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edit: expire!

So cheap, it's even cheaper than the non-Ti ones! 60 in stock at time of posting. Ebuyer do free delivery, but you can pay more if you want next day or saturday.

Product Description

Microsoft DirectX 11 support
NVIDIA CUDATM technology with CUDA C/C++,
Direct Compute 5.0 and OpenCL support
NVIDIA PhysX™ technology
NVIDIA SLI®-Ready technology
NVIDIA 3D VisionTM Surround Ready
NVIDIA PureVideo® HD technology
PCI Express® 2.0 support
Two dual-link DVI-I outputs
One mini-HDMI 1.4a native output
Dual-link HDCP Capable
OpenGL® 4.1 support


Discover the incredibly detailed world of DirectX 11 with the PNY® GeForce® GTX 560 Ti graphics card. With over 3x the performance of previous generations and loaded with all the latest gaming technologies the GeForce GTX 560 Ti delivers a gaming experience that will blow you away.

SPECIFICATIONS
Bus Connector: PCI-Express
Outputs: 2xDVI-I DUAL LINK, Mini HDMI
Core Clock: 822 MHz
Memory Clock : 4000 Mhz
Memory Capacity: 1 GB GDDR5
Memory Interface: 256-bit
Memory Bandwidth: 128 GB/s
Fill Rate (texels/sec.): 52.5 Billion
DirectX: DX 11

MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
PCI Express® or PCI Express® 2.0-compliant motherboard with one dual-width x16 graphics slot
Minimum 500W or greater system power supply
Two 6-pin PCI Express® supplementary power connectors
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#1
What's the difference with a Ti one?, was looking at these and 570's the other day.
#2
DaleR
What's the difference with a Ti one?, was looking at these and 570's the other day.


560ti are the original 560s released at the start of the year. 560 non-ti are the newer stripped-down ones (fewer shaders, TMUs, clock hz) released a couple of months ago to compete in a lower price bracket that nvidia have been struggling in.

Edited By: Aradria on Jun 22, 2011 17:51
#3
Haha i was gonna post this. It was on 1 stock when I ordered this now it has 60. It's obviously a mis-price as the non TI version is £5 more so get it quick while it last!
#4
Baah they pulled it now or somebody ordered 60 :<

one day i'll post something that isn't just a misprice or gets hot because people like the product/retailer/picture :p


Edited By: Aradria on Jun 22, 2011 18:04
#5
Wow, and I thought the 6870 deals were good

Wish this had lasted, I've only had my 6870 a month
#6
Will this be good enough for Battle Field 3 when it comes out?
#7
yes which is why i got one :)
1 Like #8
DaleR
Will this be good enough for Battle Field 3 when it comes out?


No not for maxium settings, you would need at least 2 x GTX 560ti in sli, preferably 2 x GTX 570's or GTX 580's or even better a HD 6990 to run it at maxium
#9
Yeah, it depends what you can call "good enough". On low settings you can probably run it on any old card. On a 560ti you can handle pretty high settings, but then after that there's a huge gap between "pretty high settings" and "totally maxed out on a massive screen resolution". For most people, a card like 560ti will be fine for now though.

Anyway this is expired but someone else needs to click it.

Edited By: Aradria on Jun 22, 2011 21:06
#10
Hanktank
DaleR
Will this be good enough for Battle Field 3 when it comes out?


No not for maxium settings, you would need at least 2 x GTX 560ti in sli, preferably 2 x GTX 570's or GTX 580's or even better a HD 6990 to run it at maxium


Thanks mate, am thinking about ugrading my i5 750 to Sandybridge, so may hold out and look at getting some better cards and SLi, my screen res is 1920x1080 btw.


Edited By: DaleR on Jun 22, 2011 22:02

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