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Nvidia GeForce GTX 560Ti 1GB

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1 Nvidia GeForce GTX 560Ti 1GB on July 1st 2012, 11:31 pm


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I acquired the Nvidia GeForce GTX 560Ti a few months ago to replace my GTS 250 with was a great card and was still playing most games at playable frame rates but was starting to fall behind in a lot of the newer games, also the 250 only supported up to DirectX 10 and i really wanted to try out DirectX 11 witch has a few new features like tessellation and also more power for things like PhysX witch is very demanding.

Well enough ranting, well the 560Ti was a huge improvement over the 250. The card has a core clock of 823MHz, Memory Clock of 2000MHz, and also has 384 cuda cores. I was able to undervolt the card from 1012mV to 975mV and could have gone lower but did not want to go to low just to insure stability. What i find funny is that is lower than the ATI videocard in my sisters laptop. Furthermore i was able to overclock the card from 823MHz to 925MHz using the stock voltage and the card was completely stable. My old 250 you could not overclock very well at all and if you tried the computer usually would blue screen.

Well the 560Ti under max load usually does not go over 70C, when undervolted. At stock voltage it did not get go much over 73C and overclocked it gets a bit warmer but usually does not go over 75-80C.

So in conclusion the Nvidia GeForce 560Ti is a great card and can run any game you throw at it, and usually on the highest settings.


I also made a graph showing the difference between the two cards using the program MSI Kombuster to do benchmarks.


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