NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 1GB GDDR5 PCIe
The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 1GB boasts 384 CUDA cores, there are also 64 TAU (Texture Addressing Units) units. Breaking it down, we have 2 Graphics Processing Clusters, 8 Streaming Multiprocessors, 384 CUDA Cores, 64 Texture Units and 32 Raster Operations Units. The GeForce GTX 560 Ti is paired with 1024MB of GDDR5 memory clocked at 1002MHz (4008MHz DDR). Combine that with a memory interface of 256-bit and you get a peak theoretical bandwidth of 128GB/s.
Strong update to previous generation technologies.
Relatively low power usage.
Substantial performance improvement over GTX 460.
Quieter than other cards in this performance class.
Support for DirectX 11.
Support for CUDA / PhysX.
Great gaming experience on a mid range card.
Requires 500-watt power supply.
Blocks second expansion slot.
Some versions of last-generation Nvidia cards are a better value.
Power draw limiter could complicate advanced overclocking.
Still limited to two active display outputs per card.
DirectX 11 relevance limited at this time.
No serious drawbacks discovered.
Premium priced mainstream product.
Blocks an adjacent slot.
Requires two six-pin power connectors.
By Tech Digest on August 22, 2011
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By GamePro on April 25, 2011
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By PC Authority on March 23, 2011
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By Bright Side of News on February 07, 2011
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By Legion Hardware on February 01, 2011
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By Techgage on January 26, 2011
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By Good Gear Guide on January 26, 2011
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By PC Advisor on January 26, 2011
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By DigitalVersus on January 26, 2011
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By PC Mag on January 25, 2011
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