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EVGA Introduces Duo of GeForce GTX 560 Ti Graphics Cards

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. btarunr

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    EVGA kicked off its GeForce GTX 560 Ti offer with two models: a base model (01G-P3-1561-AR), and a SuperClocked model (01G-P3-1563-AR). Both cards stick to NVIDIA's reference board design (PCB and cooler). The base model comes with "Free Performance Boost", it's slightly overclocked out of the box, while being priced on par with graphics cards that stick to NVIDIA reference speeds. The base model is clocked at 850/1700/1026 (4104) MHz (core/CUDA cores/memory actual (effective)), vs. reference speeds of 820/1640/1000 MHz. It is priced at US $249.99.

    The SuperClocked model, on the other hand, features significantly increased clock speeds (over reference) of 900 MHz core, 1800 MHz CUDA cores, and 1053 MHz (4212 MHz effective). This variant is priced at $269.99. Both cards claim to be superior over non-reference design implementations that use PCBs with lesser number of layers, and lesser number of GPU electrical phases.

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  2. wolf

    wolf Performance Enthusiast

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    I wonder what clocks the FTW edition will have...
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    Looks like a GTX 460 with a new sticker. Coulda done something with the cooler. :/
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    why would you ever buy this, when you can buy a twin frozr II MSI GTX 560 for less?
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    1000 Mhz obviously...
    memory mmm dunno..
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    Why should the cooler matter ?

    Your buying EVGA for the warranty, the community, and the quality of their products not their cooler design, looking different from a 460. :shadedshu

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