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Perforated shroud for better hot air exhaustion.
ZOTAC FireStorm software.
ZOTAC Boost Premium software bundle.
NVIDIA 3D Vision.
Bundled with a fresh PC game.
Very High Factory Overclock.
Support for DirectX 11.
Support for CUDA.
Because it is overclocked it draws more power.
Power Connectors face drive bays.
Noisy cooler in 3D.
By XSReviews on June 01, 2011
So after all of this, is the 560 TI Amp from Zotac worth its price tag? Well, probably not. 20% extra cash, for a small performance bump isnt going to be worth it to the average enthusiast who would be more than capable of slapping a new cooler...
By Bit-tech.net on May 17, 2011
While the Zotac GTX 560 Amp! offers impressive performance that in most cases allows the card to surpass a stock card, its only been able to achieve this at the cost of higher power consumption and higher operating temperatures. These are...
By ITP.net on May 08, 2011
Thanks to its supercharged internals Zotacs GeForce GTX 560 Ti AMP! Edition is a mainstream beast....
By ThinkComputers on May 04, 2011
At one time Zotac was the only manufacturer offering a GeForce GTX 560 Ti overclocked up to 950 MHz, most others were 850 and 900 MHz overclocks. Now 2 other manufacturers offer this card at the 950 Mhz overclock. The only real difference you are...
By Hi Tech Legion on March 03, 2011
The GTX 460 video cards from NVIDIA were already quite impressive to begin with, but when you enable all cores and significantly increase clock speeds, you get the GeForce GTX 560 Ti, a lean and powerful hunter evolved. Now take that GeForce GTX 560...
By Tech2 on March 01, 2011
PerformanceThe card performed as I expected it to, showing a decent improvement over the reference card and ASUS offering. What I did find strange though, was that the DirectCU II TOP beat out the AMP! Edition in the Unigine Heaven 2.1 benchmark,...
By ExtremeTech on February 28, 2011
Aside from this, however, the card features most of the same features as the Nvidia standard. The GF114 GPU, an updated version of the Fermi-based GF104 design used in the original GTX 460 ($199 list, 4.5 stars) last summer, is loaded with two...
By techPowerUp! on February 15, 2011
ZOTAC's GeForce GTX 560 Ti AMP! Edition is the highest clocked GeForce GTX 560 card that you can buy at the moment. It offers substantially increased clock speeds of 950 MHz vs. 823 MHz on the reference design. This gives the card a nice performance...
By TechRadar on February 08, 2011
Nvidia's mid-range marvel has hit every branch on the way down the overclocking tree to produce Zotac's GeForce GTX 560 Ti AMP!Now the origial GeForce GTX 560 Ti was a big hit when it first turned up last month. Tipping up with the same balance...
By Tbreak.com on February 08, 2011
Zotac are usually quick to launch their Amp! Edition cards in the market once the regular reference cards from Nvidia are out, but even I was amazed that the overclocked GTX 560 Ti was out within 2 weeks of launch. I guess I shouldn’t be so...
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