- Brand Name: ZOTAC
- Model Number: ZT-50303-10M
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Graphics Coprocessor: NVIDIA
- Graphics Card Ram: 1.0 GB
ZOTAC GeForce GTX 560 Ti OC 1GB GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 Dual DVI/mini HDMI SLI Ready Graphics Card, ZT-50303-10M
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- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti GPU, 384 Unified Shaders, 1GB GDDR5, 256-bit memory bus, Core Clock: 850 MHz,
- DirectX 11, OpenGL 4.1, NVIDIA ForceWare Drivers, Windows XP/Vista/7
- NVIDIA Unified Architecture, NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround ready & SLI ready,
- Dual dual-link DVI (Up to 2560x1600), HDMI 1.4a w/audio, HDCP ready, SLI bridge connector (2-way SLI ready)
- ED 480p, HD 720p, HD 1080i, Full HD 1080p
- Shader Clock: 1700 MHz, Memory Clock: 4010 MHz, PCI Express 2.0
- NVIDIA PhysX Technology & CUDA Technology, NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology
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Top Customer Reviews
No crashes, lockups, or heat issues have plagued me over the last year of ownership. These cards work fantastic and while the heat/bios issue stock is sort of a bummer, the fix is minor and works better than many other brands. Also of note, this card does have the same cooler as the TI AMP! edition from ZOTAC which has an extra copper heatpipe where the non "OC" 560 TI has a smaller cooler and is a bit shorter overall. (I own one of those as well which fits inside a ITX sized gaming system).
After many emails with Zotac and after trying all of their suggested fixes, they suggested that I try to have the product replaced. The customer service rep didn't try to blame my system (two 12v rails at 38amps, 600W psu, amd athlon II x4, plenty of power available.)
After reading of many similar experiences on Zotac's website, I decided to try to get a refund instead (pending, and I don't see how amazon could not give a refund after I have emails from the manufacturer itself saying I should return the card.)
I believe the main problem with the card is the BIOS, which hasn't been updated since release. All main manufacturers, like MSI, EVGA, and Gigabyte, have done a BIOS update for their 500-series Nvidia cards. Zotac doesn't seem to care.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was easy to install and set up. It gives a clear and precise image at all resolutions. I was very happy with the way it presented my games. Read morePublished on December 18, 2013 by alexs1949
it overheat to much, and it freeze a lot, playing some games like dead space 3 on high settings, i'm afraid all other comments were right.Published on February 22, 2013 by victor rodriguez