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Club 3D Announces the Introduction of the New NVIDIA GTX 560Ti CoolStream OC Edition

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Club 3D B.V. is pleased to announce the introduction of the next generation gaming video card. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti CoolStream OC Edition supports DirectX 11, CUDA, and Nvidia PhysX technologies to provide the best experience on your favorite games with up to 3x the performance of previous generations.

With NVIDIA 3D Vision technology you can now use two Gefore GTX 560Ti CoolStream OC Edition cards in NVIDIA SLI configuration to project across three displays with NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround technology.

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560ti' card requires 2 pins? or 1pin?
 
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NVIDIA should have launched the 560 Ti a week earlier and shud have given the board partners the gpu and the specs and to;d them to do whatever they like with the board and the cooler...
Except EVGA not even a single popular Nvidia board partner has come with the reference design...
So had the done that they would have got only more profits...
MSI:- Twin Frozr II
ASUS:- Direct Cu II
Zotac:- Reference Cooler with totally new shroud...
Palit:- Sonic Cooler
Gigabyte:- SOC Cooler
And now there is 'nother one with non-reference cooler...