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ASUS GeForce GTX 560 (Fermi) 1GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card, ENGTX560 DC/2DI/1GD5

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  • DirectCU cooling performs up to 20% cooler
  • Super Alloy Power for up to 15% performance boost, 35°C cooler operation, and 2.5 times longer lifespan
  • Voltage Tweak provides a higher overclocking threshold
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  • Brand Name: Asus
  • Model Number: ENGTX560 DC/2DI/1GD5
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Graphics Coprocessor: GeForce GTX 500 Series
  • Graphics Card Ram: 1 GB

Product Description

ASUS ENGTX560 DC/2DI/1GD5 - ASUS GTX 560 DirectCU graphics card provides cooler and faster performance

Product Information

Product Dimensions 16 x 2 x 9 inches
Item Weight 2.9 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.2 pounds
ASIN B0051E3CFU
Item model number ENGTX560 DC/2DI/1GD5
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3.0 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,903 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Graphics Cards
Date first available at Amazon.com May 18, 2011

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Well, the reviewer below gave the 560 a 1 star rating because it only came with 1 6-Pin PCI-E adapter, and apparently his power supply doesn't even come with one standard, when most modern power supplies over 450w come with at least 1. This is the reasoning I'm thinking as to why ASUS only gave one PCI-E adapter, yes two would be nice, but in this day and age, most gamers have beefy PSUs with at least 2 6-Pin PCI-E connections standard, and most regular PSUs come with 1 already :-)

Anyways, back to the card review. I bought this at $184 with a $20 rebate, and at that price, it was as steal. This is FERMI architecture on the cheap! Yes the 560 TI is great, but the benchmarking difference between the two is not worth the extra $50-$70 for me (only like 5-10 more FPS if that). I do all of my gaming at 1920x1080 and I'm able to play Dragon Age II, Crysis 2, and Street Figther 4 with everything maxed out, full AA, and DX11, with no lag at all. I'm quite happy.
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This is my second of this model, bought for an SLI setup. Both cards easily run 20% over stock (with appropriate case air-flow) thanks to their beefed up cooling. Only a shame that the 560s won't do tri or quad SLI.
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Bought new end of March (2013), worked okay with two displays for a short time, said updated drivers were available, downloaded them but driver installation failed. Now no drivers, device not present, Error 28. W8 "update drivers" failed. Now only one display at reduced resolution, partial screen. Tech support said to uninstall and reinstall, did that three times, same result. Tech support finally said "it must be defective" so return. Vendor out of stock, had to order a different brand. Have used ASUS products for going on ten years, normally very reliable (which is why I bought this one). A few of anything are defective, this one was one of them. Bummer.

Update April 25th. Came to computer to check email when I got up. Eureka! Both displays were working "as they should" ... what caused this?! Checked Device Manager, saw that new drivers were loaded (apparently W8 was searching in the background over night). New driver says "Provider: AOC International (Europe) Gmbh" and "Date: 2/21/2013" and "Version" 1.0.0.0" which is apparently a complete replacement (based on version number) for the prior driver versions. Anyway, it is now working ... of course, AFTER I got an RMA for this card and ordered a replacement (which arrived the 26th!). Ain't computers fun ... NOT!
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I like the card, despite it being louder than most 560s.
There have been a few problems though. The state it arrived at my house in was dismal. The retail box was simply put into a box four times it's size and shipped. Meaning it rattled around in there A LOT. Very bad for a graphics card. Not to mention the exterior box was completely crushed.
Then after having it a couple of months, I began to have significant coil whine. This does not interfere with it's performance, but is a major annoyance. I have yet to identify if my power supply was the cause, or the poor packaging, or the card itself.
The card works well though.
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