EVGA GTX 560 Ti with 448 Cores Review (Hardware)
Posted by Jeff Lindsey (Piso_mojado), Nov 28, 2011 14:06
New from Nvidia and EVGA comes the GeForce GTX 560 Ti Classified Edition. This amazing little board packs 448 processing cores and 1.2 gigabytes of GDDR5 into an amazing package. So let’s see how it stacks up to the competition.
GeForce GTX 560 Ti with 448 Cores At a Glance
When you first look at the 448 core GTX 560 Ti, you might make the fatal error of judging a graphics card by its cover. Visually it look identical to your average run of the mill 560 Ti’s. But don’t let the plastic cover deceive you for underneath the standard cover is a significant increase in hardware.
The first and most obvious of these upgrades is the 448 CUDA Cores as compared to the standard 384. With this 15% increase you may wonder why this is not designated as a GTX 565, but Nvidia has wanted to make it known that this card is not a new contender in their 500 series of cards. Instead, the card is simply a limited edition of the 560 Ti that enthusiast have already come to love.
On top of the increased number of CUDA Cores, this card also boast an increase to 1.2Gb of GDDR5 memory and the ability to use the card in 3-Way SLI.
Specifications GeForce GTX 560 Ti with 448 Cores
- Graphics Processing Clusters - 4
- Streaming Multiprocessors - 14
- CUDA Cores - 448
- Texture Units - 56
- ROP Units - 40
- Graphics Clock - 732MHz
- Processor Clock (CUDA Cores) - 1464MHz
- Memory Clock - 3800MHz (data rate)
- Memory Size - 1.2GB
- Memory Bus - 320-bit
- SLI Support - 3-Way
- Power Connectors - 2 x 6-pin
- 2 DVI, Full Sized ]HDMI, and Display port
Rating: 4.3, votes: 18