Discover the incredibly detailed world of DirectX 11 with the NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 560 Ti graphics card. With over 3x the performance of previous generations1 and loaded with all the latest gaming technologies the GeForce GTX 560 Ti delivers a gaming experience that will blow you away.
With 3x the performance of previous generations1, the GeForce GTX 560 Ti lets you crank up the gaming realism.
Built for DirectX 11
Enjoy all the visual glory of the latest DirectX® 11 blockbuster games like Crysis 2, HAWX 2, and Civilization 5. With massive geometry processing power of the GeForce GTX 560 Ti lets you enjoy incredibly detailed environments and characters.
GeForce GTX Gaming
GeForce GTX delivers performance and technologies for a superb gaming experience – from 3D Vision to Surround multi-monitor gaming, PhysX and the unbeatable power of SLI – with GeForce GTX you know you’ve got the best.
1. Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 Ti Review: GF114 Rises, GF100 Rides Off by Tomshardware.com
GF100, your services are no longer required. Nvidia’s GF114 GPU displaces the last card based on the company’s 3 billion-transistor chip using fewer than two billion transistors. It’s amazing what a little optimization can do. Welcome, GeForce GTX 560 Ti.
2. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti Review by Hothardware.com
We’ve got a couple of GeForce GTX 560 Ti cards in the lab, a reference model from NVIDIA and a factory overclocked speedster from MSI. Strap yourself in and come along for the ride as we check out what will undoubtedly be a popular card with budget conscious PC gamers.
3. NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 560 Ti: Upsetting The $250 Market by Anandtech.com
As unfathomable as it seems now, at one point in history the product refresh cycle for GPUs was around 6 months. Twice a year NVIDIA and AMD would come out with major refreshes to their product lines, particularly at the high-end where a quick succession of parts brought great performance gains and left us little time to breathe.
4. NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 560 Ti – Hitting An Even Sweeter Sweet Spot for Gamers by Futurelooks.com
Fermi has grown up pretty quickly. First, the hot headed GF101/102 came and as the GTX 480/470, many jokes about frying eggs evolved. Then, the GF104 gave us the GTX 460; a card that really hit the gaming sweet spot in terms of price and performance. Then brought the scaled up GF110 which firmly secured the GTX 580 as the most powerful single GPU video card solution today. But nVidia wasn’t done!
GPU Engine Specs:
- CUDA Cores 384
- Graphics Clock (MHz) 822
- Processor Clock (MHz) 1645
- Texture Fill Rate (billion/sec) 52.5
- Memory Clock (Gbps) 4008
- Standard Memory Config 1024 MB GDDR5
- Memory Interface Width 256-bit
- Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec) 128
- Feature Support:
- NVIDIA SLI®-ready1 2-way
- NVIDIA 3D Vision Ready yes
- NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround Ready2 yes
- NVIDIA PureVideo® Technology3 HD
- NVIDIA PhysX™-ready yes
- NVIDIA CUDA™ Technology yes
- Microsoft DirectX 11
- OpenGL 4.1
- Bus Support PCI-E 2.0 x 16
- Certified for Windows 7 yes
- Maximum Digital Resolution 2560×1600
- Maximum VGA Resolution 2048×1536
- Standard Display Connectors Mini HDMI
- Two Dual Link DVI
- Multi Monitor yes
- HDCP yes
- HDMI4 1.4a
- Audio Input for HDMI Internal
- Standard Graphics Card Dimensions:
- Height 4.376 inches
- Length 9 inches
- Width Dual-Slot
Thermal and Power Specs:
- Maximum GPU Temperature (in C) 99 C
- Graphics Card Power (W) 170 W
- Minimum Recommended System Power (W) 500 W
- Supplementary Power Connectors Two 6-pin