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Palit GeForce GTX 560 Ti Twin Light Turbo 1 GB

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by W1zzard, Nov 27, 2011.

  1. W1zzard

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    Imhoteps, Rivage and stefanels say thanks.
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    Great review.
    It seems this card arrives a little late to the game, considering that the GTX560Ti 448 is just around the corner.
    Also, I can't help but wonder that a VRM heatskink could work wonders on this card. Especially when OC comes to mind.
     
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    Cool heat sink fan design. Nice review:)

    Waiting for more video card reviews.
     
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    Palit has always been great
     
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    Cool. Never seen it before. Its crazy expansive. Its getting extremely expansive to cool video cards now days. instead of buying vga heat sink or waterblock, I just upgrade the video card to something faster. Damn...I love watercooling:(
     
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    very nice review... like always... just love TPU reviews :)
     
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    Very nice cooler design. First, at first glance I thought that he had no fan :D
     
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    Has anyone tried buying one of these cards? I don't see offered online anywhere.
    Looks like a good mid-range card. I like the cooling system. Just can't find one for sale.
     

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