ASUS GTX560Ti 448 Core DirectCU II Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

ASUS GTX560Ti 448 Core DirectCU II Review

Introduction

Despite being a limited product and only available in certain countries, including the UK, the 448 Core version of the nVidia GTX560Ti has divided opinion between those who like the cheeky bit of extra power available when compared to the standard GTX560Ti, and those who think it's expensive enough to be pointless, considering the GTX570 is only about a tenner more.

So with the ASUS GTX560Ti 448 DirectCU II in our sweaty palms, let's see if this can help clarify things a bit. Although the main point from that immense title is that nVidia should have called it the GTX565 if only to save us all needing widescreen monitors to read the product name.

Technical Specifications

Apart from the DirectCU II cooler, the ASUS version is identical to the stock option, with the standard 732MHz core. Hopefully the excellent cooler will allow us to romp towards 1GHz.

Graphics EngineNVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 cores
Bus StandardPCI Express 2.0
Video MemoryGDDR5 1280MB
Engine Clock732 MHz
CUDA Core448
Shader Clock1464 MHz
Memory Clock3800 MHz ( GDDR5 )
RAMDAC400 MHz
Memory Interface320-bit
ResolutionD-Sub Max Resolution : 2048x1536
DVI Max Resolution : 2560x1600
InterfaceD-Sub Output : Yes x 1 (via DVI to D-Sub adaptor x 1)
DVI Output : Yes x 2 (DVI-I)
HDMI Output : Yes x 1
Display Port : Yes x 1 (Regular DP)
HDCP Support : Yes
Accessories1 x Extended SLI cable
1 x Power cable
1 x DVI to D-Sub adaptor
SoftwareASUS Utilities & Driver
ASUS FeaturesDirectCU Series
Super Alloy Power
Dimensions11.1 " x 4.9 " x 2.3 " Inch

 

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Most Recent Comments

12-12-2011, 05:05:26

tinytomlogan


ASUS have released their version of the GTX560Ti with 448 Cores, and equipped it with the DirectCU II cooler.

Continue Reading

12-12-2011, 18:39:14

CocaCola
Thanks Tom for another great review. Seems like Asus is really big on these bulky coolers. I would still very much prefer MSI and Gigabyte's coolers for performance/silence and that they save a bit more space for parts and upgrades.

12-12-2011, 19:24:35

murphy7801
I do like the DCUII cooler they keep my gtx 580's in line

13-12-2011, 15:09:36

badtaylorx
i have 2 cards with the dcu ii coolers and unless you either brace them so they dont sag or have a silverstone (inverted mobo)case,,, your temps will not be anything special....

however....

if properly installed....(asus' fault not toms) you'll have a hard time hitting 60c even cf-sli'd and oc'd....

idle temps are a pedestrian 30-33c but thats idle

just my exp...

bTx

13-12-2011, 16:02:41

murphy7801
My gtx 580's dont sag just screwed it to the case extra tight no issue. Also yer I on break 60 if I have my cards at 900mhz.

13-12-2011, 20:09:33

Greenback
I just put watercooling on my 6870

22-12-2011, 06:27:14

murphy7801
Quote:
Originally Posted by Greenback View Post

I just put watercooling on my 6870
Effort to maintain and on a 6870 is that really necessary ? unless this is a troll comment
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