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Colorful Announces iGame GeForce GTX 560 Ti Graphics Card

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Colorful announces the latest NVIDIA graphics card - GTX560 Ti. Comparing with the GTX460, the new GTX560Ti provides 48 more CUDA Processors; as the architecture of GF114 is like an "update" of GF104 , the GTX560 Ti is compatible with the PCB solution of GTX460, that's why we could see most of the GTX560 looks like GTX460. Colorful also continues the PCB solution of iGame460, which made a great success in 2010, and named the new product as iGame560-1024 D5 Ymir.

The iGame560 continues the Shark-inspired Bionic design on the cooler, however, it increases the surface of nickel plated cooper base and the length of the heat-pipes, to achieve better thermal performance. For the VRM area, it makes use of a 7-phase design, with high-grade ONSEMI-made MOSFETs which are covered by one piece of radiator. Just like other iGame Ymir series, it has a dual-BIOS design that is user-controllable with a switch on the rear panel, each BIOS stores a different clock speed profile, in Normal Mode, sticking to reference speeds of 820/4000 MHz (Core/Memory); in Turbo Mode, the clock is setting at 900/4200 MHz, and the performance will achieve to that of HD 6950.



Key Features:
  • Shark-inspired Bionic Design, with Breathing Light equipped.
  • Silver Plating Technology and 6+1 multiphase VRM.
  • Unparallel Hybrid Cooling System, providing better thermal performance and lower noise.
  • One Key Overclocking and Voltage Measure Points.
  • Proadlizer capacitor onboard to provide better Overclocking capacity.
  • iGame Tools Pack and mini HDMI cable provided(Optional).
Specifications:
  • Name: iGame560-1024 D5 Ymir
  • CUDA CORES: 384
  • Graphics Clock (Normal/Turbo): 820/900 (MHz)
  • Memory Clock (Normal/Turbo): 4000/4200 (MHz)
  • Memory Capacity: 1024MB
  • Memory Interface: 256-bit
The iGame560-1024 D5 Ymir will be available now in Asia and will be available in Europe after Chinese New Year Festive.
 
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1. Breathing Light = sorry???
2. Shark inspired = SORRY????
3. Now this one is a real customized design, wow
4. I thought the 5xx Series were cooler, but fighting heat seems still an issue ?
5. Overclock 'on the click', underlaying design must come from Nvidia. Remember that other card this week with the 'coin' turning switch? Much better this one.
 
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:roll::roll::roll:

brilliant!
 
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:laugh: some interesting marketing buzz words in this press release, breathing Light has left me a little confused though :confused:

I love colorful's designs, i hope they do well expanding into Europe and manage to push further out and preferably start making more high end custom cards for nvidia but it would be nice to see some AMD cards from them in the future as well.
 
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Apart from the marketing, the card looks great...

Where is Colorful selling their products anyway? Haven't seen any in europe but they seem to be a very nice company with some really cool products.
 
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They're releasing this already?! Took them months to release the GTX480 version.
Looks stunning, though. And performance must be too. :respect:
5. Overclock 'on the click', underlaying design must come from Nvidia. Remember that other card this week with the 'coin' turning switch? Much better this one.
Yeah, that was a Radeon, and the coin-turning switch is for the BIOS backup feature, not to OC on-the-fly. :slap: