NVIDIA GTX 560 Ti Rumored, MSI Ready with Its Own Version

"The rumor mills of the tech world are active again, this time regarding NVIDIA’s next GTX card; it seems NVIDIA is gearing up to release a Ti card."

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The rumor mills of the tech world are active again, this time regarding NVIDIA’s next GTX card; it seems NVIDIA is gearing up to release a GTX 560 Ti card. The Ti suffix in this case is linked to Titanium, which indicates a high performance card made particularly for enthusiasts.

NVIDIA first came out with its Ti chips way back in 2002 when it introduced the GeForce 4600 and 4400 Ti cards. Both cards were based on the NV25 chip, a variation of the GeForce 3 NV20 chip. Later the company also released a GeForce 4200 Ti card. The feature of all of these cards was a terrific performance per watt ratio, which lent them awesome performance figures.

Now if the rumors are to be believed, the new card GeForce GTX 560 Ti card should be a chip off this old block. The card is expected to not just be a performance buster, but also a tailor-made one for overclocking. So enthusiasts can definitely look forward to some exciting out-of-the-box overclocked cards in the near future.

Another piece of interesting news, this time around from the portal My Garage is that MSI is already gearing up to unveil its own version of the GeForce GTX 560 Ti. The upcoming card is more or less confirmed to be a Twin Frozr II card and will feature MSI’s patented Twin Frozr II cooler with two 80mm PWM fans and five heatpipes.

On the core specifications, the word is that the card will have 384 CUDA Core, 1GB of GDDR5 memory with a 256-bit interface and will be factory overclocked. So the GPU, shader and memory clocks will be hiked beyond the 820 MHz, 1640 Mhz, and 4000 MHz of the stock card respectively; exact figures however, are not yet known.

The MSI N560GTX-Ti Twin Frozr II/OC will also reportedly support 2-way SLI and have two DIV ports and a mini HDMI outlet. Both the NVIDIA stock card and MSI’s overclocked GPU are expected to be officially announced on January 25. Pricing for the cards though, is as yet unknown.

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07-01-2011, 13:38:54

killablade


:D im waiting for my package even though i know it wont be posted today or tommorow i still keep checking the status "Processing" haha




You don't even have your gear yet and you have already overclocked it to 4,6Ghz! Respect man! :P

07-01-2011, 13:48:53

benj3


You don't even have your gear yet and you have already overclocked it to 4,6Ghz! Respect man! :P




im just that good man xD :D!

07-01-2011, 14:13:19

Aurus_OC


im just that good man xD :D!




That is in every sense of the worse truly "mental" :D
Looking forward to overclocking those CPUs :)

07-01-2011, 16:28:20

LaurenceGough
Lol, I'm always clicking refresh on both order status and especially tracking websites.. I had a delivery the other day of my PSU and RAM at 8PM a day late!! ParcelFarce for you.


I'm smart enough to buy my P67 Motherboard and i5-2500k on Sunday at a local store so I can play games all night long :lol: :lol: :lol:

07-01-2011, 17:10:08

benj3


Lol, I'm always clicking refresh on both order status and especially tracking websites.. I had a delivery the other day of my PSU and RAM at 8PM a day late!! ParcelFarce for you.


I'm smart enough to buy my P67 Motherboard and i5-2500k on Sunday at a local store so I can play games all night long :lol: :lol: :lol:




cooorr how much is that gonna set u back I hate buying from local stores always so expensive!

07-01-2011, 18:26:24

LaurenceGough


cooorr how much is that gonna set u back I hate buying from local stores always so expensive!




It's Novatech so they normally have the best online prices too :). I hope their i5 prices are ok though..

I'm lucky, even if it's on the other side of Reading it's still nothing compared to say the two and a half hour journey to Overclockers UK...

07-01-2011, 19:52:07

FunkyMonkey90
I just hate it when you have a list of all the parts you want but have to wait months to save up =[

07-01-2011, 20:19:06

benj3


It's Novatech so they normally have the best online prices too :). I hope their i5 prices are ok though..

I'm lucky, even if it's on the other side of Reading it's still nothing compared to say the two and a half hour journey to Overclockers UK...




ah when im at home home ie not windows novatech is 30min drive so tis cool where is aria/overclockers do you know?

08-01-2011, 13:00:38

LaurenceGough
Damnit, I have to wait until Monday now when they have stock!!! Will have to wait until after work :(. I have been waiting around for what seems like forever now! :(

I thought that the CPU's and motherboards were coming out on the 5th, clearly not.

Overclockers are located in Staffordshire

18-01-2011, 11:57:18

Morbious Stone
yup, I hate it, still waiting and I started b4 Christmas :angry:
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