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Colorful Shows Off The Most Powerful GeForce GTX 560 Ti PCB Featured in iGame Card

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Asian graphics card vendor Colorful is at it again with its innovative board designs. This time, the company is after a GeForce GTX 560 Ti (GF114-based) graphics card that boasts of very strong power delivery, and a few mysterious expansion options. Colorful's emphasis has always been on PCB design and choice of high-grade components. This particular card, most likely called the Colorful GTX 560 Ti iGame, is no exception to that. The PCB is particularly long (as much as a GF110-based board).

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if that was GTX570 it would make more sense
 
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Kind of senseless, but it looks awesome.
 
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This is just pure insanity. What is the point of this product? If this thing costs more than a 570, is twice as long and consumes more power the facts speak for them selves. Its like a bulldozer; adding additional wheels wont make it go any faster if slow to begin with. A 580 iGame would make much more sense
 
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this card doesn't consume more power than a 570 at stock. better vrm = / = more power. you can have 4 phases pushing 50w each buck converted, with 8 mosfets. or you can have 8 phases that push 25w with 16 mosfets. it's the same thing. but more vrm MAY result in less electrical noise. this is a top quality card, but i think they may be doing it to clear out their 560 stock. you know with the new gf110 based 560 coming in, they have to come up with better stuff. then once it comes in, they probably will take out the big guns and upgrade those cards with these. that is if you can buy a Colorful card. they are nowhere to be found. i looked at uk stores but only low end Colorful's. they just have been selling in Asia. about time they increase their availability, it'd be great to buy these kinda cards.
 
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lol... it's for an extreme oc. EVGA also had those for their shitty 590s. given only to oc'ers to solder down. notice the "untouchables" shit at the back of its pcb? i bet this 560 ti is better than their quad 590 hahaha


 
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epic ghetto vrm, right there. ^^^
 
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Have colorful done any high end cards like this yet?

They seem to like midrange cards for their stupidly over the top designs lol
 
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i bet this 560 ti is better than their quad 590 hahaha
Ha-ha, maybe in dreams. Even single not overclocked GTX 580 will kill this 560 without notice :D, no need even to bother on 590. That's epower cards I used is for 1200mhz GPU clocks on both GPUs :D
 
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Ha-ha, maybe in dreams. Even single not overclocked GTX 580 will kill this 560 without notice :D, no need even to bother on 590. That's epower cards I used is for 1200mhz GPU clocks on both GPUs :D
lol your silly, no wonder why current EVGA products blow. do you honestly think i was serious? this card is built better than anything you can ever HOPE to make.
 
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could this be for the announced 448 core GTX560ti? as well as the reg 560ti, or is that what the Gf114 based model is. if so then awesome, too bad it wont be sold in the u.s.
 
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nah, this is a regular 560. look at it's core, it's rectangle. the GF110 has a square core. the pcb also sort of gives it away from the front. if it was gf110, it probably wouldn't have had that much empty space.
 
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ah to bad... soo many GF chip numbers to keep up with
 
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but at least they have nice HSF
 

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Ha-ha, maybe in dreams. Even single not overclocked GTX 580 will kill this 560 without notice :D, no need even to bother on 590. That's epower cards I used is for 1200mhz GPU clocks on both GPUs :D
:roll: You cannot deny you do things a bit crazy. I mean really now. I mean, you don't even send ME boards...:laugh:..I know I'm not extreme enough for that. :p



Anyway, these cards are interesting. Quite interesting.;) Too bad they won't be sold up here.
 
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:roll: You cannot deny you do things a bit crazy. I mean really now. I mean, you don't even send ME boards...:laugh:..I know I'm not extreme enough for that. :p.
i think if you had EVGA stuff, they would have sent it. but with AMD hardware... going to be hard. :D
 
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wow,,,i see alot of disrespect for the gf 104/114 here!!! best and most underrated nvidia chip of all time!!!

doubt it at your own peril....just ask yourself one question.....why only one sli finger???
 

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i think if you had EVGA stuff, they would have sent it. but with AMD hardware... going to be hard. :D
The majority of my reviews so far have been Intel-based products. Personally, I use Intel products in my own rigs. It's not what you think, at all. I have a CPU for EVERY Intel socket, and AMD socket, if not multiples.

i'm just not on their radar is all. Something I need to work on, I guess.
 
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The majority of my reviews so far have been Intel-based products. Personally, I use Intel products in my own rigs. It's not what you think, at all. I have a CPU for EVERY Intel socket, and AMD socket, if not multiples.

i'm just not on their radar is all. Something I need to work on, I guess.
it's not you thats on your radar honestly. this site has never gotten a single EVGA hardware in its lifetime. wonder why? ATI tool, amd...? thats why they wont provide you. EVGA is the premium of nvidia. they have to do what they tell them to do. so an amd based site wont get EVGA hardware
 

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I wasn't aware that TPU was AMD-based. This is news to me. I'm personally very near to independant here. ATiTool has discontinued a long time ago now. Now it's GPU-Z, which is technically very much agnostic.

And that's fine, if they want to stay nV-centric. The way you put it clearly shows thier bias, which has NOTHING to do with me. ;) That's good, though, as it makes sense.

I will say, notice the lack of a Bulldozer launch review here @ TPU, and notice a lack of me using Bulldozer in my own board reviews. I have no personal relationship with AMD, and on here, might just be their largest critic. AMD has refused to send me samples, and I assume it's because I am so critical of them, otherwise you statement above makes ZERO sense. If it was as you say, truly, I'd have new AMD chips, no?

So yeah, I am not on THEIR radar, and my own radar works perfectly, thanks.
 
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no, yes. thats what i meant. you arent the point here. i was referring to EVGA GPUs, boards, as a whole... they used to be a cream of the pie brand. and certainly a site like say Rage3D wouldnt get EVGA stuff. its between them, not you. :)
 

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That card is pretty impressive. I like that cooler. Be nice if they made that as an aftermarket for GTX 4xx-5xx. I'm not to familiar with colorful tho.