Gigabyte GTX560Ti 448 Core Review

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Gigabyte GTX560Ti With 448 Cores Review

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The card is between a 560 and 570 in length, as we'll see below. This fits with our belief that this really should be a GTX565, rather than yet another GTX560. Even with this smaller PCB Gigabyte have still fitted a full-size tri fan cooler to the GTX560Ti 448.

Looking beneath the fans we can see that this has a vapour chamber as well, so this should be one frosty card.

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Thankfully although we have three fans we aren't into triple-slot territory. Up the business end we have the usual selection of video outputs.

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Despite the shift to the full-fat GF110 the card still only requires two 6pin PCIe power connectors.

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As you can see the PCB is right between the GTX560Ti and GTX570, although the extra cooling on our Gigabyte model extends it beyond the reference GTX570 length.

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29-11-2011, 08:56:15

tinytomlogan


That rather lengthy name means an upgraded limited edition GTX560Ti. How does it perform?

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29-11-2011, 09:09:54

SieB
Nvidia seem to make a habit of releasing revisions of existing cards that perform slightly less than the next model up but price them only a few quid less. If you have 244 why wouldn't you spend 6 extra for a better card?

This release seems pointless to me and it's like Nvidia is just saturating the market to sell more cards.

29-11-2011, 10:52:22

badtaylorx
it bugs me when nvidia does this........

my next cards are STILL gonna be those sparkle calibre 560ti's

29-11-2011, 12:06:22

Carbonific
My biggest gripe with Gigabyte's cards are that they're still putting blue PCBs with black coolers. It seems strange that they haven't adopted the same stylistic choice as they did with their motherboards and went with black PCBs for the higher end stuff. A shame because I think it'd complement the cooler incredibly well.

Regardless: as others have said, it's a nice card, but I'm not sure where it's supposed to fit on the market with the price tag that it's carrying.

29-11-2011, 12:13:32

nothingspecial
Interested to see if they play ball with an old 384 core GF114 based card in SLI. Would be slightly tempted to grab one in that case. If not, then I'd just wait and save for the "670"
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