Performance almost on par with GTX 560 Ti.
Quiet and highly effective DirectCU II cooling solution.
Low temperatures for a heavily overclocked video card.
ASUS Super Alloy Power.
NVIDIA PhysX, NVIDIA 3D Vision.
ASUS SmartDoctor and GamerOSD.
Very High Factory Overclock.
MiniHDMI to HDMI adapter.
Overclocked out of the box as fast at GTX 560 Ti.
At this price, you'd still prefer a Ti.
Nvidia is back to name confusion (Ti and nonTi).
ASUS SmartDoctor needs improvement.
Higher power consumption than similar AMD cards.
Limited to two active display outputs.
By HardOCP on August 01, 2011
Our ASUS ENGTX560 Ti DCII TOP was a force to be reckoned with. At its stock settings the card was keeping up with the Radeon HD 6950 in nearly all of our tests, while the overclocked ASUS ENGTX560 Ti DCII TOP man handled the Radeon HD 6950 in 4 of our...-
By PC Advisor on June 27, 2011
The power of the GeForce GTX 560 GPU is brought out by this overclocked graphics card from Asus. It beats the stock-clocked Ti variant (GTX 560 Ti) in performance in many cases despite having lesser shader muscle. The cooler does a great job too....80
By PCWorld India on June 27, 2011
The GeForce GTX 560 is less meaty because of having less muscle than the GTX 560 Ti - or so we thought, until Asus showed what this GPU could do if it was factory overclocked and shipped with a mean-looking cooler....85
By Hi Tech Legion on May 17, 2011
Just as there plenty of options across different price segments for the video card market, there are also plenty of video card manufacturers with their own take on the factory overclocked cards. Some merely offer higher clock speeds while keeping the...-
By Pureoverclock on May 17, 2011
We were suitably impressed by the release of the Nvidia GTX 560 Ti just a few short months ago, as it packed some excellent horsepower and overclocking prowess, beating the AMD cards in the mid-range market segment. Upon hearing of the GTX 560 in the...-
By InsideHW on May 17, 2011
In certain situations, when a company is using practically the same chips for two or more product generations, the need to rename a certain older-generation product is unavoidable. In order to simplify that process for the end users and avoid them...-
By techPowerUp! on May 17, 2011
NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 560 non-Ti sets out to fill the void in NVIDIA's lineup at $200. While GTX 560 Ti performs great around $230, its price does turn away some potential customers who will find a good alternative with AMD's $200 HD...93
By HEXUS.net on May 17, 2011
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 (non-Ti) is launched to fill the price and performance gap between the GTX 460 1GB and GTX 560 Ti cards. This new GPU is a cut-down version of the Ti insofar as it has a portion of the processing core removed or disabled....80
By Overclock3D on May 17, 2011
So how does the latest addition to the Fermi line-up do?We think surprisingly well. Of course it's a surprise to see the 'standard' version coming out after the Ti, but now it's here there is a lot going for it as a good value...87
By AnandTech on May 17, 2011
NVIDIA’s GF104 and GF114 GPUs have been a solid success for the company so far. 10 months after GF104 launched the GTX 460 series, NVIDIA has slowly been supplementing and replacing their former $200 king. In January we saw the launch of the GF114...-