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EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2Win DUAL GPU 2048MB GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 Dual DVI + miniHDMI Graphics Card 02G-P3-1569-KR Black

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  • DUAL GPU (560Ti)
  • 2048MB GDDR5 memory
  • 850MHz Core Clock
  • 4008MHz Memory Clock
  • 768 CUDA Cores
  • DirectX 11 support
  • NVidia CUDA, PhysX, PureVideo HD, 3D Vision Surround Technologies
  • 3 Dual-Link DVI-I HDCP capable connectors

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: EVGA
  • Model Number: 02G-P3-1569-KR
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Graphics Coprocessor: 2 GeForce GTX 560 Ti
  • Graphics Card Ram: 2
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Product Description

Introducing the EVGA GeForce GTX560Ti 2Win! This card harnesses the power of two EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti GPU's for blistering fast DirectX 11 performance, including Tessellation performance that destroys the competition. Experience a whole new level of interactive gaming and combine up to three displays off a single card for the ultimate in 3D entertainment. With these features and more, the EVGA GeForce GTX560Ti 2Win gives you Double The Win!

Product Information

Product Dimensions 13.7 x 9.6 x 3 inches
Item Weight 2 pounds
Shipping Weight 3 pounds
ASIN B005J4XMUM
Item model number 02G-P3-1569-KR
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4.0 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,809 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Date first available at Amazon.com August 25, 2011

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01/25/2012
I purchased this card for a friend. I installed it and let me just clearly say that this card is HUGE!!! If you don't have a big case, and I mean big, it won't fit.
Cons: The card is so big that the weight of it causes the card to sag and put stress on the pci slot. As graphic cards get bigger, manufactures need to find a way to support the card better.
After I installed this card, I could not get anything to display. I tried three displays and all of them said "No Signal" even during POST. I then switched from dvi to vga. I then got the card to work. It didn't make any sense, and I thought that we got a bad card. After installing Nvidia drivers, and rebooting I switched back to dvi and it worked. It still doeskin make much sense, but the card it working now.
The warranty on this card is only three years. I did not know this until I registered it for my friend. You can pay to add additional warranty time when you register it. It doesn't make much sense why EVGA only offers a three year warranty on a 520$ card when a single 560 ti card has a lifetime warranty.

Pros: I haven't had much time with the card, but I did play a little Crysis in Devmode to see how it ran. Average FPS was ~45 on very high settings. My friend told me that he likes it, and hasn't had any complains.

All-in-All: If it was me, I would not have spent this much on this card. Sure its great, but you could just do SLI with two 560 TI's and you would get the lifetime warranty. The performance may not be as good with SLI, but I'm sure its negligible.

03/14/2012
My first review I gave this card a 4 star. I'm now changing it to a 1! My friend used this for three weeks and then it died.
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By Lawrence on January 28, 2014
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love this card. I can run BF4 on ultra at 1900x1200 fine. Only problems I have having with it hard hardware related since I also have a REVODRIVE x2. They don't play nice with eachother on a asus p8p67 pro mobo. A lot of driver DPS lag and I think it is because of what the hard drive is and doesn't have anything to do with the video card. My brother also bought one for himself but I think it might be because of his system being untweeked. Great card. if I could quad SLI these together, I would buy another one at the massive price of 500$ or some crazy number lol. mine was a steal at 200$ :)
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First, here is my comment on the other review and secondary comment saying two sli GTX 560s is better
"Not so. I have a CM HAF case with 200mm fans and the gtx 560ti 2win(I used to have two 560 Ti's but they got too hot being next to each other) and I overclock to 930Mhz/1860/2100Ram(Could only get 875Mhz stable with old sli)

Not to mention since this uses an onboard bridge, you can successfully QUAD SLI two 560 2wins!! You can only do a max of two 560 Tis

I have also had to RMA one of these since buying a few months ago(Darn Witcher 2 and it's UBERsampling setting....grr took it off and it's fine with the new card)

Also, if you only use the CD that comes with the card, and don't get the newest from EVGA/Nvidia, any overclocking runs the risk of shorting the card out because they didnt have the profiles right for voltages when this came out!!! Very dangerous. Overall I'm very happy with the performance of this card(It outperforms the GTX 590 in almost every game, for $200 less) although I just found out my DP55KG Intel Extreme mobo can do Crossfire as well(DOH!) so I coulda gone with a 6990 instead.... but oh well. This is THE best bang for your buck for a single card setup, IF you can fit it in your case"

Just like EVERY Nvidia card I've owned in the past five years, this card can get pretty hot in a smaller case(I had an NZXT Apollo case when I upgraded to this card from a single 560 Ti, I had to hammer out the 2.5" bay just to fit it!!! 11.5" Monster) but now in my HAF 922 mid tower case this baby works like a dream. I have it overclocked from 850Mhz to 930Mhz(Almost 10% increase!
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- Purchased 3/2012 from the Egg - 1yr+ at time of review.

--- Pros ---
* Excellent deal for performance at time of purchase.
* No Issues
* Fairly quiet.
* 1080p max settings on most everything.

--- Cons ---
* None Yet

--- Thoughts ---
* Benchmark charts are good when looking for deals.
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Works great do not overclock not unless you have A 1200 watt power supplier or higher . If any problems happens playing games make sure all drivers updated and software are installed too. Everything will run great
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