Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560Ti 1GHz 1GB PCI-E HDMI SuperOverclocked @ DABS 20 due in 1-2 days - HotUKDeals
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20 due in 1-2 days

Features
GPU Gauntlet Sorting technology
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti SOC Edition
Core/Mem clock: 1G (std 822) / 4580 (std 4000) MHz
Top Performance, Insane Speed, Best Components
Ultra Durable VGA+ high quality components
Proadlizer® film capacitor on board
Pure Power Architecture
7 phase PWM design (6 phase for GPU; 1 phase for memory)
6 power phase status LED indicators
WINDGORCETM 2X cooling design
Voltage Read Point design
OC Guru graphics card smart tuner

Specifications
GPU GeForce GTX 560 Ti
Core Clock 1G (std 822) MHz
Memory Clock 4580 (std 4000) MHz
Shader Clock 2000 MHz
Memory Size 1GB GDDR5
Bus Type PCI Express 2.0
Memory Bus 256-bit
Stream Processors 384
Memory type 32Mx32
DirectX 11 Yes
DVI Port DVI-I*2 (Support Dual-link DVI-I)
HDMI Yes (via mini HDMI to HDMI cable)
D-sub Yes (by adapter)
HDCP Yes
Video in No
3DMark Vantage Performance X 11515
3DMark Vantage Performance - P 24590
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#1
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Soure:http://www.guru3d.com/article/gigabyte-gtx-560-ti-soc-review/19


Edited By: DownHill911 on Jan 25, 2011 17:02
#2
I'm waiting a few days and going for the better option of the Radeon HD6950 as it's dropping in price to compete.
#3
Don't think this is a great deal. Is it really worth £15 premium over this Gigabyte Model at Ebuyer? FYI it was actually a tenner chepaer than that (£206) about an hour ago but price has obv. just shot up

The ebuyer 1 is clocked at 900mhz so not much slower. Surely you could OC it yourself anyway
#4
Nobull
Don't think this is a great deal. Is it really worth £15 premium over this Gigabyte Model at Ebuyer? FYI it was actually a tenner chepaer than that (£206) about an hour ago but price has obv. just shot up

The ebuyer 1 is clocked at 900mhz so not much slower. Surely you could OC it yourself anyway
Just to compare your and mine 8)

Gigabyte GTX 560 OC 1GB------------------- vs.----------Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560Ti SOC
Core Clock 900 (std 822) MHz------------------------------Core Clock 1000MHz
Memory Clock 4000 MHz-------------------------------------Memory Clock 4580 MHz
Shader Clock 1800 MHz--------------------------------------Shader Clock 2000 MHz
Memory Size 1 GB GDDR5----------------------------------Memory Size 1GB GDDR5
Bus Type PCI Express 2.0-----------------------------------Bus Type PCI Express 2.0
Memory Bus 256-bit--------------------------------------------Memory Bus 256-bit
Stream Processors 384---------------------------------------Stream Processors 384

Also further overclocking possible see here:
http://www.guru3d.com/article/gigabyte-gtx-560-ti-soc-review/20


Edited By: DownHill911 on Jan 25, 2011 18:13: 1
#5
Not a bad price for a very good card. Wouldn't pay the premium for the factory overclock personally however. Download MSI afterburner and tweak. Yes the SOC will in all likely hood overclock further at lower Vcore/temperature but unless your benching or trying to get to 1000MHz core spend that £20 on booze or women!
#6
all dependant on which cooler is actually better, as nobull says you could just use rivatuna to clock the card.
#7
shadow_boxer
Not a bad price for a very good card. Wouldn't pay the premium for the factory overclock personally however. Download MSI afterburner and tweak. Yes the SOC will in all likely hood overclock further at lower Vcore/temperature but unless your benching or trying to get to 1000MHz core spend that £20 on booze or women!
£20 on woman? I can guarantee that extra £20 forSuper Clocked Gigabyte Card will give you much more pleasure. LOL
PC hardware is expansive but women even more. :p
#8
Be aware this card uses 2 x 8 pin power connectors and is very power hungry, for comparison AMD's top high end 'Dual card' HD 6990 uses 2 x 8 pin power coonectors the same as this midrange GTX 560 OC.

I would spend a bit more like a GTX 570 or HD 6970 or even HD 6950 and flash bios to HD 6970 if you want extra performance. You get more memory with any of those cards lower power use and much better overclocking potential on top.

This card is already at its limit and still not performing as good as a GTX 570 or HD 6970, pushing it further would use even more power and generate even more heat.


Edited By: Hanktank on Jan 25, 2011 20:35
1 Like #9
Hd 6950 is set to drop in price from tomorrow, Also AMD are releasing new drivers that give up to 30% more performance in games. The price drop and drivers are being released to coincide with GTX 560 release.

Could save money and get better performance, and double the memory by buying cheap HD 6950 and using this flashing kit to unlock the extra shaders. http://downloads.guru3d.com/Radeon-HD-6950-to-HD-6970-Flashing-Tools-download-2658.html
#10
Hanktank
Hd 6950 is set to drop in price from tomorrow, Also AMD are releasing new drivers that give up to 30% more performance in games. The price drop and drivers are being released to coincide with GTX 560 release.

Could save money and get better performance, and double the memory by buying cheap HD 6950 and using this flashing kit to unlock the extra shaders. http://downloads.guru3d.com/Radeon-HD-6950-to-HD-6970-Flashing-Tools-download-2658.html
I posted it for those who can not wait.
Generally i think that best what i can do is buy another KFA2 1GB GTX 460 PCI-E 2.0 EX OC a connect them into SLI


Good job. ThanX

Edited By: DownHill911 on Jan 25, 2011 20:53
#11
Great deal for a fast card, sure you could save yourself 20 quid, but personally wouldn't bother buts thats just me.

What to go for? HD 6950 or this? tough call. HEAT

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