Price includes Batman Arkham City (when bought from NewEgg).
8phase Digital PWM.
Triple SLI capable.
ASUS Super Alloy Power.
NVIDIA 3D Vision.
6pin power LED debug.
Native fullsize HDMI & DisplayPort output.
Triple slot cooler.
4way SLI support.
Support for CUDA, PhysX and DirectX 11
Takes up three PCIe slots.
Heavy card causes extra stress on motherboard PCIe slot.
Not overclocked out of the box.
Card could be quieter, considering it's a triple slot design.
Power consumption a good deal higher than GF114 based GTX 560 Ti.
Triple slot cooler might not be for all (SLI, small cases).
Only two active display outputs.
By Pro-Clockers on June 05, 2012
The ASUS GTX 560 Ti 448 even though on the market for a while still has a place long after its release. With no NVidia card based on the Kepler below the GTX 670, this card is definitely a winner when it comes to price vs. performance. If you budget...-
By X-bit Labs on March 06, 2012
The ASUS GTX 560 Ti 448 cores DirectCU II is an excellent, almost perfect, product that has only one noticeable downside. It is as thick as 58 millimeters and blocks as many as three expansion slots on the mainboard. We guess this won’t be a big...-
By Hi Tech Legion on February 07, 2012
When it comes to pretty much any computer component, ASUS is a name you can trust. You can be rest assured that they invest time and money into any and all R&D, and it shows in the products that they produce. Now I'm not going to prance around...-
By Overclock3D on December 12, 2011
So let's get the obvious stuff out of the way early.At stock, the ASUS is pretty much on a par with the other 448 Core cards we've tested, although because it doesn't come overclocked out of the box the MSI generally edges ahead. Although...77
By TechRadar on December 01, 2011
Asus is the first company to get this limited edition GTX 560 Ti 448 Core graphics card onto our testbench.Now the dreaded limited edition tag has been handed to graphics cards many times over the years and generally it doesn't make for good things....60
By techPowerUp! on November 29, 2011
If NVIDIA set out to fill a vacuum between the standard GeForce GTX 560 Ti and GeForce GTX 570, it more than achieved it with the new GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 cores. Cards based on this new SKU are priced somewhere in between the price-points of the...90
By HardwareHeaven on January 01, 2006
With the new GeForce GTX560 Ti 448 Core NVIDIA were clearly aiming to fill a particular price gap in their product range and the chip they have created to fill this achieves that task well. We get a part which has all of the great features present on...100
By Les Numériques on December 30, 2011
Une excellente carte graphique destinée aux joueurs soucieux d'activer toutes les options graphiques dans les jeux. Comme toujours, son prix est à surveiller de près pour juger de son intérêt, d'autant plus que la...100
By Hardware France on December 17, 2011
Si la GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 Cores DirectCU II d'Asus dispose sans conteste d'un système de refroidissement très performant, celui-ci souffre par contre de deux défauts : il manque de discrétion au repos et il monopolise pas...-
By Chip.de on December 02, 2011
Geforce GTX 560 Ti? Während Nvidia im Hintergrund bereits massiv an einer neuen Grafikkarten-Generation arbeitet und von dieser bereits Anfang 2012 erste Vorabexemplare fertigstellen will, kommt pünktlich zum Weihnachtsgeschäft noch ein...-