|Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600 pixels|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Memory Speed||4212 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1 GB|
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 evga.com.
Top Customer Reviews
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!
+ 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. But this really steps it up another notch or two. Performance is probably like 3 times that of 8800GT.
- needs 2 power inputs.
- can get very loud like a jet engine when fans are at 100%
- it is quite a long card, almost hit my hdd unlike 8800GT
Overall, I think this is the next 8800GT which'll show up in steam as the most popular card. Its already overclocked and runs almost as well as GTX570 which is about $100 more for like 10% more fps. After 30fps, its literally difficult to tell the diff between 40fps, 50fps, 60fps, 70fps etc. 40fps will look just like 100fps i.e. nice fluid motion. Maybe some people can tell. Me, I cannot.
Overall, recommended. 5/5 stars.
Overall the card is the best bang for the buck as many have stated before and I honestly do not see myself upgrading for another 3-4 years hopefully. Don't have any second thoughts.
Phenom II X4 940 BE @ 3.6 GHz.
Corsair H50 CPU cooler.
GTX 560 Ti(1024MB).
Cooler Master 690 II Advanced Nvidia Edition.
Dell 24" ST2410 LCD Monitor.
I use dual monitors (22" and 19") My 8800gt idled at 60c and 86c on load with 100% fan speed! The 560ti SC (stock clocks) however, gave me 40c idle (28c with just single 22" 60Hz monitor @40% fan) and 55c on load (@60% fan speed). GPU load is less than 45%. This is tested on a sunny 70F day.
Cons: -The plastic wrap is noticeable on the front, but i didnt realize it was on the top as well until i put it in my case. Remember, 3 total plastic pieces to take off!
-Had to tinker with nVidia control panel settings to improve FPS to 65 from 35 for Starcraft 2 on Ultra. (google how to improve FPS for sc2 for details)
Other Thoughts: I recommend to setup fan profile with EVGA Precision so it can ramp up at temperature it hits. It's quiet at 60% for me.
I recommend ditching your alienware case if you have one too. Air flow/temperature is very important for me since i live in the valley and it can easily get over 90 in the summer, so this was a fantastic change.
My 8800GT would get to 78C on LOW settings for SC2 @100% fan! High would reach up to 86C @100% fan. Unbelievable.
Make sure to delete any existing display drivers. I used driver sweeper through Safe Mode, reboot, installed new drivers from Nvidia.com, reboot.
Q6600 stock, 700W PSU, 4GB G.Skill RAM, Evga 780i MOBO, HAF-X, Evga 560Ti SC
Update: it's summer, it's about 98F outside and it does get a little toasty in the room, so i brought up the fan speed to 60% and it idles at 32C and load at 50C with 80% fan speed.
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this card, or lets say gtx 560 ti model has a design defect on its power saving module.Read more