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EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti Superclocked 1024 MB GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 2DVI/Mini-HDMI SLI Ready Limited Warranty Graphics Card, 01G-P3-1563-AR

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  • GEForce GTX 560 Ti with 900 MHz core clock
  • PCI Express 2.0
  • 1024 MB 256-bit 0.4ns GDDR5 memory
  • 4212 MHz memory clock and 1800 MHz shader clock
  • NVIDIA 2-way SLI ready, Minimum 500W power supply and 2 6-pin PCI-E Connectors Required.
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Discover the incredibly detailed world of DirectX 11 with the EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti graphics card. With up to 3x the performance of previous generations and loaded with the latest gaming technologies the EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti delivers polished performance. Specifications include the GTX 560 Ti (900 MHz core clock) chipset, 1024MB of 0.4ns GDDR5 memory with a 4212 MHz memory clock, 256 bit memory interface, 1800 MHz shader clock, 134.8 GB/sec memory bandwidth, 57.6 GT/s texture fill rate, 384 CUDA cores and PCI Express 2.0 compatibility. Additional features include Microsoft DirectX 11 Support, NVIDIA PhysX and NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technologies, NVIDIA 2-way SLI readiness, NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround readiness, NVIDIA CUDA technology with CUDA C/C++, DirectCompute 5.0 and OpenCL support, PCI-Express 2.0 support and OpenGL 4.1 support. Connections are 1 Mini-HDMI 1.4a connector and 2 Dual-Link DVI-I HDCP capable connectors. Package includes the EVGA Driver/software disc with EVGA Precision Tuning utility, 1 Mini-HDMI to HDMI adapter, 1 DVI to VGA adapter, 2 6-pin PCI-E power cables and a limited warranty if registered within 30 days at

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Resolution 2560 x 1600 pixels
Processor 900 MHz
Memory Speed 4212 MHz
Graphics Coprocessor Geforce GTX 560 Ti
Chipset Brand Nvidia
Graphics Card Ram Size 1 GB
Brand Name EVGA
Item model number 01G-P3-1563-AR
Operating System Windows XP, Vista, 7
Item Weight 2 pounds
Product Dimensions 11.8 x 2.9 x 9.5 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 11.75 x 2.9 x 9.5 inches

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4.1 out of 5 stars 83 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #970 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Shipping Weight 2.4 pounds
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Date First Available January 26, 2011

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As a very picky gamer, jags, jumps, and framerate drops, mean a lot to you. They haunt your life and can ruin an otherwise good experience in an alternate reality. The only drawback to this is that a good graphics card costs a pretty penny. When most people consider computers they consider an extra two-hundred dollars to be an incredible amount of money (never bring up the GTX 590), but that is what this card, considered an entry level card by most, stands at for the cash. Is it worth it?

For the price the performance is invaluable.

Many less picky gamers would probably say it runs all of their games flawlessly. Again, for the picky gamer, it doesn't quite do that. I switched from SLI GTS 450s to this single card, and it outperforms them, but still has some hiccups (or many, depending on the game) at full 1080p with Anti Aliasing and SSAO on full. However, all of my games (even Dragon Age 2 now that it is patched) run at or near an acceptable 30 Frames Per second. In fact you are actually getting, with this superclocked version, a product that nearly performs as well as its +100$ superior, the 570, it usually falls within a 10% margin. This is a premium card for the budget gamer. It will run, and run well, most all games with stunning visuals. This isn't the opus that the GTX 590 is, but it doesn't cost $700+ either.

I highly recommend it, and would even recommend you SLI it down the road to outperform (theoretically) a GTX 580. Just make sure your powersupply can handle it. Many don't have the 2x six pin connectors.
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Very nice card. I have owned a few EVGA cards, and am very happy with these. Running dual GTX 560 TI, and it plows through BC2 like butter. Seems to run cool, stable, and quiet. Amazon is a great place to purchase from too...card showed up in 3 days! after I placed my order.

After having both cards in a few days, I am really impressed. In BC2 I am running everything maxed out, and getting 100fps.

I did have to use EVGA precision, to set a fan profile, and raise the speed of the fans. The auto fan sucks. My comp is air cooled, and the cards have hit 70c in game. Idle about 30c. Happy with that!
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This review is going to get a bit technical, but not really heavy duty technical stuff about the nVidia Fermi cards, just some basic rocket science with THIS particular nVidia card, and I hope you all find it worthy of reading; I'll try and make it interesting with some practical applications of the science I'm talking about.

First and foremost this is an EVGA video board, and I cannot say enough about EVGA the company, their tech support, and their place in the manufacturer's championships at No.1, and I think that is not even debatable, it's factual. With the ONLY Lifetime Warranty in its class for this type of video card, the EVGA 560Ti SuperClocked video card is factory overclocked all right, but there's still room up at the top for even higher pursuits, which I'll describe in full in just a second. But first some of those techno-babbles that I hinted at earlier:

1) The 560 Ti series is the first video card from EVGA/nVidia to use the famed GF114 Processor (GPU)chip, which is an all new architecture with many new features
2) The GF114 CPU is cut on 40nm technology, which means it's lighter and smaller and able to achieve very high clock cycles because it's easier to keep cool, among other interesting features
3) With 137GB/sec bandwidth, a 256-bit bus, 384 Unified Shaders, and 1024MB of DDR5 VRAM (MLC memory to be specific) this card yields 30.7 GigaPixels for its pixel fillrate, and 61.4 GTexels for its texture fillrate, on a 32 ROPs PCI-E 16X bus interface: all this means is that it's incredibly fast at rendering scenery and game action is blinding fast, and all you have to do is plug it in and give it a 16X bus PCI-E slot and you're Golden!
4) It supports DirectX 11.0/10.0/SM5.
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After a lot of time seeing several nvidia cards go by each proclaiming to be the next best thing on earth, I finally decided to buy a worthy successor to the 8800GT. And I think this is it - the evga nvidia GTX 560 Ti. This card is paired with my Q6600, 2GB DDR2, 600W Rosewill PSU, MSI P95 mobo, extra Antec VGA Cooler, Samsung Spinpoint 500GB HDD, nvidia 3D vision with Acer 24 3D LCD monitor. As you can see, most components are from 2007 when I last upgraded my PC. I really wasn't gaming on PC that much (mostly on consoles), so I didn't feel the need as well. Now that I'm gaming more on PC again since consoles are showing its age especially in terms of graphics, I decided on a drop-in replacement for my 8800GT. This was it.

Pros -
+ good value for the money. $249 for card, $20 rebate from evga (if I get it), $50 Batman Arkham City Steam coupon code.
+ lifetime warranty once you register + evga stepup for 90days
+ mostly quiet card when idling and gaming without much going on.
+ temps are about 35C idle (+-2C) and hit 73C with Witcher 2 on Medium-spec (1920x1080) with 3D Vision. Without, its still around there.
+ good framerates. Hits over 60fps on Witcher 2 at 1920x1080 on medium-spec. Games run smooth with almost all games on highest settings. I can prolly run it on highspec as well but haven't tried. On 8800gt I was getting 20fps at 1920x1080. This gives over 60fp
+ should be ok for next few years provided I upgrade my other components as well
+ Win 7 experience score went up from 6.9 before to 7.7 if that means anything
+ handles 3D gaming quite well without much drop in fps.
+ I have noticed that 8800GT on lower resolutions like 1280x1024 or even 1440x900 can do Witcher2 medium spec easily and game looks quite good there as well.
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