ASUS GTX560Ti 448 Core DirectCU II Review

Resident Evil 5 - DX9 and DX10

ASUS GTX560Ti 448 Core DirectCU II Review

Resident Evil 5

With DirectX 9 shaders the results are fairly close, although again the overclocked ASUS manages to surprise with its ability to top out ever-so-slightly higher than the equivalent cards. Once Resident Evil 5 is set to DirectX 10 this gap widens and it starts to knock on the door of the GTX570 overclock.



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12-12-2011, 05:05:26


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

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12-12-2011, 18:39:14

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. Quote

12-12-2011, 19:24:35

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

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