January 25, 2011 by USA Post
GTX 560, Nvidia stormed the market for consumer video card last summer when it released the GeForce GTX 460, a surprisingly strong performer with a lean and 200 awards. But when you redefine normal, what do you do next? This is the trap that Nvidia has dropped with its new GTX 560 Ti. This $ 249 (list) card game compares very well with AMD’s own offerings same price range, both in terms of game performance and energy consumption, but is worth less compelling than the GTX 460 still available. If it was a few years since the upgrade, the GTX 560 Ti is good enough to merit a look, but you should not consider this first must-have video card of 2011.
For most purposes, the GTX 560 Ti is an update to the low end of the GTX 460 and GTX 465 cards-low-end enthusiast, like the relationship between the GTX 580 and GTX 570 and their predecessors relatively minor tweaks technology rather than large-scale rethinking. The 560 Ti Sport GTX GPU GF114, an updated version of the style used in the GF104 GTX 460, with the same two clusters of graphics processing (CDP) and multi-streaming (GS), but with 384 CUDA cores instead of 336 and 64 texture units instead of 56. (. The number of ROP units remained unchanged at 32) The clock graphic processor clock, the clock and memory have all been strengthened as well: respectively of 675 MHz to 822 MHz, 1350 MHz to 1644 MHz and 3600 MHz to 4008 MHz. As the largest version of the GTX 460, GTX 560 Ti is loaded with 1 GB of GDDR5 memory; the memory interface is the same width (256-bit).
Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti in a difficult position, and it is difficult to recommend to all those who want desperately to get everything to the last image of his game Is this a step up from the GTX 460 and 470 in terms of performance? Yes, but only if factoring in energy consumption makes it a little more attractive, if still a little hard to justify all that money. It is possible that additional partners when Nvidia started overclocking and adding memory to the GTX 560 Ti, they will make a better argument for the capabilities of this card and the hardness of his nickname implies (Ti, the chemical symbol for titanium appeared in the names of some Nvidia cards generations ago). Meanwhile, the GTX 460 is a better example of performance and price superbly adapted.
A quick peek at our search engine showed that the price Lowest price for the GTX 560 Ti is currently available at € 216.33. Of course, this is a reference clocked card and just Palit / XpertVision, it all looks like more can be found for as little as € 229.90.
It is quite interesting that the non-reference cards like the Gigabyte GV-N560OC 1GI-and MSI N560GTX-Ti Twin Frozr II are both available at € 229.90 Alternate.de. Of course, both cards are factory overclocked and feature a non-reference cooling, which means that those of reference could be even cheaper.
On the other hand, it is quite strange that Bestbuy.com and Newegg.com have not declared the 560 GTX Ti. Tigerdirect.com has a bunch of them with prices ranging from 249.99 U.S. and the reference cards about U.S. and 259.99 for the card from MSI Frozr Twin II and the United States and 274.99 for Gigabyte GTX 560 Superclocked card Ti 1 GHz.
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