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EVGA GeForce GTX560 Ti 448 Cores FTW 1280 MB GDDR5, Dual-DualLink DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort, SLI Graphics Cards 012-P3-2066-KR

by EVGA
3.9 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

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  • Core Clock: 797MHz Memory Clock: 3900MHz Shader Clock: 1594MHz
  • CUDA Cores: 448
  • Microsoft DirectX 11 Support
  • NVidia Cuda, PhysX, PureVideo HD, 3D VisionSurround ready Technologies
  • NVidia 2-Way and 3-Way SLI ready
  • Two Dual-Link DVI-I HDCP capable connectors
  • HDMI 1.4a connector
  • DisplayPort 1.1a Connector
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Product Description

Discover the incredibly detailed world of DirectX 11 with the EVGA GeForce GTX560 Ti 448 Cores graphics card. loaded with the latest gaming technologies the EVGA GTX560 Ti 448 Cores delivers polished performance.

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Technical Details

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
RAM GDDR5 SDRAM
Graphics Coprocessor GeForce GTX 560 Ti - 448 Cores (Fermi)
Chipset Brand NVIDIA
Graphics Card Ram Size 1280 GB
Brand Name EVGA
Item model number 012-P3-2066-KR
Item Weight 2 pounds
Product Dimensions 9 x 1.5 x 4.4 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 9 x 1.5 x 4.38 inches

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ASIN B0069RZ0LW
Customer Reviews
3.9 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,503 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Shipping Weight 2.4 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available November 29, 2011

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I upgraded/switched over from an ATI HD 5770 because it simply wasn't cutting it anymore, graphically speaking. My friend also ordered a graphics card 2 days after. (MSI Computer Video Card - N560GTX TI TWIN FROZR II 2GD5 OC). Everybody knows that the MSI 560 Ti Twin Frozr II is one heck of a GPU, but guess what? This card SMOKES his by 15-20% minimum. He is so mad that he didn't listen to me and get this 448 core mack daddy... lol

I was a big AMD fan for many years, but the whole driver support situation with them is just ridiculous. There were so many problems with so many different games that I just couldn't take it anymore. I researched this purchase religiously for over 2 weeks before I made my decision. I was going to get the exact same card as my friend, but 2 days before my purchase I read about the release of this product. After I learned the difference and did some cost/benefit analysis, this was the clear winner.

PROS:
1. This card only runs 5-8% slower than a 570. For it to be called a "560 Ti" is nothing short of a marketing campaign, because it literally has nothing in common with that card. These are the same chips that the 570's and 580's use. The 560's are a totally different chip design.

2. This card has 448 CUDA Cores (shaders) vs the 560 Ti's 384. The 570 is nothing more than a 580 with one cluster lanced off, this card is a 570 with another one lanced off. It is a new card, but it is based on a winning and highly performance oriented design. Plus, for the 560 Ti to achieve the performance that it does, Nvidia has already overclocked the heck out of it. There is not a lot of room for overclocking it.

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I got my EVGA 560 TI 448 in earlier today and just got finished installing it. It replaced an EVGA GTX 280. I uninstalled the nVidia drivers, rebooted to safe mode and ran DriverCleaner. Rebooted to Windows 7 and d/l'ed the 266.66 and the 285.62 to test which were better. I began to install the 285.62 and it couldn't find a supported device, same with the 266.66. Sooo, I actually resorted to using the CD setup and it worked like a charm. I was getting a 24.8fps avg in Unigen Heaven with the 280 on DX10 with a score of 625. I ran the same settings with the 560 and hit 40.8fps avg with a score of 1029. I haven't touched the clocks yet so I can't comment on the O.C. I usually don't O.C. my video card anyway. My system is a e8500@4ghz running 4gigs of ddr2 ocz reaper @ 800mhz. Not sure if it's bottlenecking yet. EVGA was great with a replacement I had about 3 years ago so I felt confident in the selection. I'm still not certain if the price increase is worth it for the extra cores and memory, but we will see.
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Best card in the ~300 price range imo. Plays all my current games on ultra without any stutter (Batman AC, Saints Row Third, BF3, MW3, L.A. Noire, Skyrim, etc.. etc...). There are better cards out there yes, and yes 2 gtx460's might be better than this single card (but not by much). If you want to go with just one card, my opinion is that this is the best bang for your buck in the ~$300 price range. Have not found any problems after using it for the past week dual booting both XP 32 and 7 64, working great on both.
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I recently started playing Star Wars The Old Republic. Oddly enough, the game, similar to World of Warcraft, requires a whopping lot of graphics and cpu to play well. I originally had a 3+ year old ATI video card. I figured upgrading to the nVidia 430 would be plenty good.. on graphs it showed to be quite a bit faster than my old card. For some reason though, I couldn't get better than 10fps in high quality mode. I turned down to lowest settings and got around 30fps, sometimes less. I also use the CUDA cores of nvidia for Adobe product, namely After Effects and Premiere. Apparently the ATI cards aren't utilized much by those products. It's a shame because ATI cards are typically more powerful for less money than the nVidia cards. At any rate, I needed a bump. I read that this card is basically a 570 reject.. something wasn't quite up to snuff for 570 branding, but it was a bit better than the original 560ti due to more cores (but less ram). Because I use the cuda cores for adobe products, I figured the extra 64 cores would be worth it. It was only slightly more expensive than the original 560ti anyway. Well, busted this out today (did 1 day shipping and it got here in 1 day) and holy smokes.. I set the settings on the highest thinking I'd be lucky to get 30fps.. I am pulling 100+fps on full settings, although in some areas it drops down to 50 or so. Still.that's a HUGE improvement over the previous card. I didn't expect it to be nearly that high. I like that I can control the settings too.. I can turn off the auto-fan and bump it up all the way if I want to. Little loud doing that, but my CPU fan is louder when I game.
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This card replaces EVGA GTX 285 which has 240 CUDA cores--GTX 560 ti with 448 CUDA cores; I definitely notice a difference with my 3D programs-rendering time is quite a bit faster. Card requires 2 6-pin power connectors; the instructions referred to as "+12 volt Rail Amp". The card was easy to install; however, I was unable to load drivers from the website so I ended up having to use the CD drivers as well as other reviewers. I trust EVGA as my GTX 285 is still working; I replaced it because I want to have the ability to connect my TV and 2 monitors to the card. Resolution and refresh rates are very close in comparison to the 570 which I almost bought, however, the selling points for this particular card are the outputs--that is it has a Display-Port and a regular sized HDMI port rather than the mini HDMI port (found on the GTX 570 - and other higher end cards of this type) as well as the additional CUDA Cores.
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