Thursday, May 19th 2011

ECS Announces GeForce GTX 560 CoolFast Edition Graphics Card

Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS), the world’s leading motherboard, graphics card, barebone system, and notebook manufacturer unveils the newest ECS GeForce GTX 560 graphics card with DirectX 11 solution. GeForce GTX 560 graphics card are built with an NVIDIA GeForce 560 graphics processing units (GPU) come with 336 CUDA cores and 256-bit GDDR5 1024MB at 4000 MHz memory clock to present the breathtaking calculating speed for graphics.

ECS GeForce GTX 560 graphics card designed with cutting-edge welding technology—CoolFast to connect the bottom of cooler with heat pipe; in this way, the heat will directly transfer to heat pipe without the intermediary of a piece of copper to achieve higher heat dissipation. The advanced cooler technology would help to improve 20% more cooling ability.

DirectX 11, the Whole New Age of Gaming Experience
With NVIDIA CUDA technology, ECS GeForce GTX 560 fully fulfills gamer’s requirement for the latest DirectX 11, Open CL and Open GL 4.1, which will become mainstream requirement for high-performance games. ECS GTX 560 also contains NVIDIA PhysX technology enabling more dynamic and realistic gaming interaction and NVIDIA 3D Vision ready for 3D performance and entertainment experience.

Multi-Output, Solid Design
Moreover, ECS GeForce GTX 560 equips with dual DVI-I and mini-HDMI outputs to multiple your enjoyment of vision. Besides, ECS GTX 560 built up with all solid capacitor to ensure the longer lifespan of the graphics card. All solid capacitor design also makes sure more stable current to protect your graphics card.

The First Choice for Performance
As the new member of NVIDIA performance level, ECS GeForce GTX 560 presents high cost/performance ratio for gaming users. As an advanced version of GTX460, ECS GTX 560 amazingly reveals up to almost 40% more gaming power performance combining CoolFast cooling technology supports the latest graphics language DirectX 11 achieving satisfied performance. ECS GeForce GTX 560 proves itself to be the top choice of high-end graphics cards.
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10 Comments on ECS Announces GeForce GTX 560 CoolFast Edition Graphics Card

#1
RejZoR
Interesting. ECS is going large lately. Pretty good mobos, now they are in the graphics market etc.
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micropage7
RejZoR said:
Interesting. ECS is going large lately. Pretty good mobos, now they are in the graphics market etc.
but they have to work hard to switch the market image that said its quality and features questioned.
but its kinda good point to start and try to challenge the old previous brands
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sno.lcn
micropage7 said:
but they have to work hard to switch the market image that said its quality and features questioned.
but its kinda good point to start and try to challenge the old previous brands
Haha that makes ECS the Hyundai of the computer world :cool:
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#4
Jonap_1st
RejZoR said:
Interesting. ECS is going large lately. Pretty good mobos, now they are in the graphics market etc.
they already entering graphic market since the release of geforce 52xx and radeon 92xx

micropage7 said:
but they have to work hard to switch the market image that said its quality and features questioned.
but its kinda good point to start and try to challenge the old previous brands
most of my mobo's are ECS and still running fine after 4 years. also i have good RMA experience with them. dunno for their graphic cards..
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#5
STCNE
I'm not having any problems with my ECS board, unlike my ASUS and Gigabyte which have come back defective from RMA a 2/3 time.
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#6
u2konline
My AMD system i plan on building later this year, i plan to go ECS all the way. MB and Graphic Card. I am going with a Six core, ESC MB with USB 3.0 speed, and a GTX 550ti. Only to save some cash on the card. But ECS is pretty good, still have a working MB with them, no issues.

I do have a question tho, who is the New Radeon girl on the box?
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#7
Widjaja
Don't hear much about ECS down this way unless it's el cheapo.
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#8
micropage7
Widjaja said:
Don't hear much about ECS down this way unless it's el cheapo.
yep, maybe most of us hear ecs is like that, thats the one that need to get switched from the market/people :D
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RejZoR
sno.lcn said:
Haha that makes ECS the Hyundai of the computer world :cool:
Well Hyundai is one of the fastest growing automotive companies and ever since the introduction of i-series cars they are manufacturing european class quality cars.
If you equal ECS with Hyundai, then that means they are doing a damn good job...
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STCNE
RejZoR said:
Well Hyundai is one of the fastest growing automotive companies and ever since the introduction of i-series cars they are manufacturing european class quality cars.
If you equal ECS with Hyundai, then that means they are doing a damn good job...
They are, I prefer my ECS P67 board over my P55 ASUS Maximus, of course that could be because of ASUS's RMA, the IDE controller died and ASUS sent me a refurbished board with bent pins, and now I'm going in circles with them to get it replaced. ECS also has the best color scheme IMO.
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