|Max Screen Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Memory Speed||3900 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||GeForce GTX 560 Ti|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||1.25 GB|
MSI N560GTX-Ti 448 Twin Frozer III PE/OC - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti (448 Cores) PCI-E 16X Graphics Card
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- Chipset: GeForce GTX560 Ti
- Engine Clock: 750 MHz
- Video Memory: 1280MB DDR5
- Memory Clock: 3900 MHz
- Memory Interface: 320-bit
- Bus: PCI-Express 2.0 x16
- RAMDAC: 400 MHz
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|Graphics Coprocessor||GeForce GTX 560 Ti||NVIDIA||GeForce GTX 750 Ti||NVIDIA|
|Graphics Ram Size||1.25 GB||4000||2||2 GB|
|Display Resolution Maximum||2560 x 1600||4096 x 2160||2560 x 1600||Digital Max 4096 x 2160 (via 2 HDMI), Analog Max 2048 x 1536|
|Dimensions||4.53 inches x 9.57 inches x 1.65 inches||5.5 inches x 11 inches x 1.57 inches||1.46 inches x 9.85 inches x 5.04 inches||2.3 inches x 13 inches x 9.3 inches|
|Item Package Weight||3.3 pounds||4.1 pounds||2.16 pounds||1.35 pounds|
|Memory Clock Speed||3900 MHz||7010 MHz||5400 MHz||5400 MHz|
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Top Customer Reviews
I run two 30" 2560x1600 monitors and get 30+ fps on max settings in most games.
Based on this experience I bought another card for my wife's machine and then when Amazon was selling the card at another $20 discount I bought a third one.
I am now running two of these cards in an SLI configuration in my main machine. In SLI, the combination is stable and benchmarks better than either a new GTX 680 or AMD 7970. I haven't found a game yet where I don't average over 60 fps, again at 2560x1600 resolution. The card that is on the inside (where the air flow is blocked by the other card) runs about 5C warmer, but this means they both still run under 70C when gaming.
Given the short availability and inflated prices on the GTX 600 series, a find an SLI combination of these 560 cards to be an excellent choice. The drivers and PCB designs are stable...I do not seem to see any of the problems folks are reporting with non-stock 600 series cards at this point.Read more ›
The card was easily overclockable and stayed relatively cool. As per several reviews, I overclocked the MSI M560-ti 448 from 750MHz to 850MHz without increasing the voltage. Due to crashing while gaming, I had to increase the voltage a bit (25mV) to resolve the crashing problem. The reviews say that way more overclocking is possible, but I'm happy at this speed. Also, the temps stay well below 70 degrees under normal use, i.e. not stress testing.
It more than matched the speed of my dual GTX 260 setup and is easily overclocked. Reviews noted that the card could be overclocked to speeds equal to that of a GTX 570 or possibly even a 580. All this while being able to stay relatively cool. A fantastic card and a great buy.
This card runs at 30 degrees while idle in my system, under load around 50 degrees, full overvolted and stress tested around 60 degrees, what a difference from my old GTX 470! This MSI card also has a lot better cooler solution than my reference GTX 470 had.
Performance wise, using the Heaven benchmark as the easiest way to show the differences:
2560X1440 4X AA with Tesselation on
-My overclocked GTX 470, was giving me 27.4 FPS and a score of 691
-The GTX 560 448 at clock speeds gave me 27.2 FPS and a score of 685 (which is what I expected, so my overclock was about equal to this stock settings)
-The GTX 560 448 overclocked with no voltage changes (850 core, 2100 memory, amazing) gave me 30.1 FPS and 759 score
-The GTX 560 448 overclocked with max core voltage and +30 memory voltage (950 core, 2200 memory speeds) gave me 32.7 FPS and score of 824
-The GTX 560 448 overclocked with all voltages set to max (really just added Aux voltage increase), I was able to run stable at 1000 core speed (insane) and 2200 memory (just couldn't get over that limit without artifacts and even if there were no artifacts it made a very marginal difference in FPS), this gave me 33.6 FPS and score of 847.Read more ›
I had considered non-TI GTX 560's from Newegg but those tend to be $169 with like a $30 rebate. Except it's a pain to do teh rebate. I've been waiting close to two months now for the last rebate I sent in to arrive. And GTX 660's are between $230 and $300 as of right now.
I'm coming from a radeon 5670 and this is at least 3 times as fast. I can run just about every game I can think of at max without havign to really think about it. Battlefield 3 for instance looks incredible with this card at 1920x1080 with everything turned to the max.
It is also very quiet. Quieter than teh radeon 5670 that it replaced. I play with headphones so I don't much notice the fan noise under load, but in quiet office situations it is very quiet, about the same as my CPU cooler.
A word to the wise: Nvidia PhysX matters. This alone is reason to get Nvidia over ATI, as otherwise they're about parity. Without PhysX, game worlds tend to be like shiny mausoleums. With PhysX game worlds come alive. You see realistic fabric and shatter and also fog and other visual treats. It's very impressive. ATI cards do not have PhysX, and will encounter serious slowdowns in PhysX games. Also, I hear that Nvidia has far better linux drivers than ATI.
Installation was a little tricky though. I had to track down a six pin cable to connect to my PSU. This GPU requires two six pin power connections. and it comes with two adapters that let you use the white connectors (molex?). I have a 450 watt PSU and it works fine multiple hours under load.
I've been gaming too much with this thing :) you will too.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
awesome card for the price already have one wanted to run sli and the card is really hard to find so i am very pleased so far with this refurbish cardPublished on March 10, 2013 by xjeeoster01
I bought this video card 8 months ago and I just can say that is amazing, only 64 ºC at full load, TDP= 188W (22W less than the GTX 570). Read morePublished on February 19, 2013 by Jesus Zambrano
I bought this graphics card from MSI, it worked from march of 2011- november of 2011, One of the fans stopped working and it kept over heating, i sent in an rma and they were very... Read morePublished on November 28, 2012 by Bubbles
I bought this card for a new computer to play games but wanted to build cheaply. I didn't succeed at the cheaply part but the computer is fast and should last a few yrs. Read morePublished on May 8, 2012 by Bean
This was also quiet over the load on the benchmark of FF14 and Biohazard5.This item is also popular in Japan.Published on March 24, 2012 by Ak
This is a nice graphic card for the price, i bought mine for $196. plays all games on ultra settings, Skyrim, WOW, and any other latest games you want to play. Read morePublished on March 19, 2012 by Mah
In general, I really like these 560Ti-448 cards
I'm NOT a fan of the MSI Twin Frozer heat sink design (pun intended). Read more
Fastest card I have ever had.
This is the Sweet spot for current GTX500 series cards. Will not upgrade till a hot deal on Kepler arrives.