|Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600 pixels|
|Memory Speed||4158 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||GeForce GTX 560|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1 GB|
EVGA GeForce GTX 560 DS SSC 1024MB GDDR5, PCIE 2.0, Dual DVI-I, mHDMI, SLI Ready Graphics Card (01G-P3-1466-KR)
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- Chipset: GeForce GTX560
- Engine Clock: 900 MHz
- Video Memory: 1 GB DDR5
- Memory Clock: 4158 MHz
- Memory Interface: 256-bit
- Memory Bandwidth: 133 GB/s
- Max. Resolution: 2560 x 1600
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This is the second of these cards that I have bought. The first was from New Egg last year and was to replace and upgrade a GeForce 8600 GT card that a power spike seemed to have damaged. It worked, but would shut down without warning. It is the first nVidia card I've ever had fail on me.
Installation of the card was quick and simple as I removed the old card, installed the new one and updated the drivers from nVidia's website (already downloaded). It has performed very well in DirectX 9, 10 and 11 as I expected given my track record with nVidia cards. After I updated the drivers, its performance has been rock solid with absolutely no problems.
I can highly recommend this card for a mid-level gaming machine. It's a bit much for just cruising the net as it drinks quite a bit of power. But for a mid-level 3D gaming machine, it's a very good value and a great performer.
When my niece rebuilt her PC (built a new one, actually), I urged her to buy one of these as she plays many of the same 3D games that I do. She has been quite satisfied with her purchase as well. I have been building PCs including hers for over twenty five years. This one was the first she built herself. She was amazed at how easy it is. And she is very happy with her purchase, both the price and the performance. I think you might be, too, if your needs are like hers and mine.
Whatever you decide to buy, good luck with your purchase if you buy some other video card. You won't need luck if you buy nVidia, especially this card.
I was able to overclock mine slightly using MSI Afterburner, and also adjusted the fan curves to keep it cooler under full load. The fan can get loud under full load, but in a Fractal Design Define R4 case it is not objectionable. And you can tune the fan curves so its not really a big deal, at least to me.
I can't speak for the heat issues that another commenter had (it's never overheated and is quite a bit cooler than my 260 was.), but it should have a TDP of about 150 Watts. That's not too hot in my opinion.
Cons: Did not know it was a max two monitor support, but again I just purchased a second one to take care of that.(The micro-HDMI is a clone for one of the DVI-I ports)
Overall: Very happy, was thinking of going up to a 700 series but figured why not SLI for less money?
System Spec's: AMD FX 6350, M5A99FX PRO R2.0 Motherboard, 16GB kit (8GBx2) Ballistix 240-pin DIMM, DDR3 PC3-12800, 128 Samsung SSD 840 Pro, 2 x EVGA GeForce GTX 560 SSC 1024MB(soon to be SLI), 2TB(1TB x2) Western Digital 7200
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This is my second 560 card and is running in SLI with no problem. To back they don't make them anymore.Published on November 29, 2013 by Bryce Schonfeld
It's a great video card... it basically pumped my fps when playing games. I upgraded from an old GTX 280..and it certainly delivered what I expected. Read morePublished on May 1, 2013 by ulrikov
Very Hot! But it acceptably...
I had EVGA GTS 450 and bought this to upgrade.
I just returned it after installed it. Read more