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Club 3D Announces CoolStream Edition GeForce GTX 560 Graphics Cards

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  1. btarunr

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    Club 3D B.V. is strengthening its current range of the NVIDIA 500 series graphics cards with the introduction of the new GeForce GTX 560 model, aimed at users who demands the latest features at a reasonable price.

    Club 3D at introduction will include two models, the CoolStream Edition, which features a customized cooler design from our award winning CoolStream cooler for quiet and efficient operation and at the top of the range we have the CoolStream Overclocked Edition, which has the features of the standard CoolStream Edition but higher GPU and memory speed than the standard reference design.

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    These will support the latest DirectX 11 technology and display output such HDMI 1.4a for best results on Blu-ray in 3D.

    Features
    Microsoft DirectX 11 Support, NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround Ready, OpenGL 4.1 support, 2-way NVIDIA SLI Technology, NVIDIA PhysX Technology, NVIDIA CUDA Technology, 32x Anti-aliasing Technology, NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology, PCI Express 2.0 Support, Dual-link DVI Support, and HDMI 1.4 Support.

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  2. Izliecies New Member

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    this ought to have two fans
     
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    It would have been better.
     
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    radiator on cards looks different then on PCB only :wtf:
     
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    Yeah, the heatpipe and fin configuration looks very different.
     
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    Looks like they took a basic cooler used on many entry-mid range cards and shoved heatpipes in the core and attached a laptop cpu cooler to it.

    ... But as long as it gets the job done.
     

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