Asus GeForce GTX 560 Ti 822MHz 1GB GDDR5 PCI-Express HDMI Nvidia @ Dabs £149.98 or less with voucher. Inc Free Game + Free Delivery.
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Asus GeForce GTX 560 Ti 822MHz 1GB GDDR5 PCI-Express HDMI Nvidia @ Dabs £149.98 or less with voucher. Inc Free Game + Free Delivery.

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Found 22nd Feb 2012
To get this cheaper add an item for around £1 to your basket along with the graphics card, then enter code HEART10 at the checkout, total cost incuding delivery is around £142. Hope this is useful to someone.

ASUS is proud to introduce the new ASUS ENGTX560Ti DC to all our users. Using the unique ASUS DirectCU Cooler the noise level is greatly reduced by using flattened copper heat pipes which directly contact the GPU core to speed up heat dissipation for a 20%* cooler performance compared to reference. Keeping the card temperatures low also results in quieter operations thanks to reduced fan speeds!

The card also boasts Super Alloy Power which can create a 15% performance increase, 2.5 longer product life span and a 35°C cooler operation. In addition to this, the engine clock runs at a staggering 822MHz, allowing users to enjoy high speed and an unprecedented gaming experience. Super Alloy Power is a special blend of elements formed using an ASUS exclusive formula, under extreme pressure and temperatures. The metals are highly-magnetic, heat-resistant and anti-corrosive used to reduce power loss, enhance durability and achieve cooler operation.

With exclusive Voltage Tweak technology also being a key feature of this product, the ENGTX560Ti DC allows users to crank up performance by up to 50%.

ASUS Unique Selling Points

Voltage Tweak: to crank up performance by 50%.
ASUS DirectCU Cooler: Exclusive cooler design which embeds two 8mm flattened copper heatpipes directly on the GPU surface for up to 20% better cooling.
Super Alloy Power: Provides 15% performance increase, 2.5 times longer product lifespan and 350C cooler operation.
Gamer OSD: Real-time overclocking, benchmarking and video capturing in any PC game!
Splendid: Watching movies on PC is as good as on Top-of-the-line consumer television.

Key Selling Points

Microsoft Windows 7 Support: Enable PC users to enjoy an advanced computing experience.
DirectX 11 Ready: Bring new levels of visual realism to gaming.
SLI Support: Multi GPU Technology for Extreme performance.
NVIDIA 3D Vision™ Ready: The only full 1080p HD solution for 3D games, 3D movies and 3D pictures.
NVIDIA PhysX ready: Dynamic visual effects like blazing explosions, reactive debris, realistic water, and lifelike characters.
GeForce® CUDA Support: Unlocks the power of GPU's processor cores to accelerate the most demanding system tasks.

Key specification

Graphics Engine GeForce® GTX560
Bus Standard PCI Express® 2.0
Video Memory 1G GDDR5
Engine Clock 822 MHz
CUDA Cores 384
Shader Clock 1645 MHz
Memory Clock 4008MHz (1002MHz GDDR5)
Memory Interface 256 bit
DVI Max. Resolution 2560 * 1600
DSub Max. Resolution 2048 * 1536
D-sub Output 1 x DVI-to-D-sub adaptor
DVI Output 2 x DVI-I
HDMI Output 1x Native HDMI (Mini HDMI)
HDCP compliant YES
Dimension The card size is 9" x 4.4"

In The Box

Accessory bundled
1 x mini HDMI-to-HDMI adaptor
1 x DVI-to-D-sub adaptor
2 x Power Cable
Software Bundled
ASUS Utilities & Driver
*Please follow the driver setup instruction to download
SmartDoctor application on ASUS website prior to use
Community Updates
37 Comments
Nice find thank you...
Hmm, there's also an ASUS 560 (non-Ti) on there for £130 with Shogun 2 AND Mafia 2, I need a new PSU anyway which would bring it over the £150 (I assume the £150 is needed for the voucher to work?).

I found a 600w OCZ PSU on there for £30..

So, Asus GTX 560, two games, 600w OCZ PSU, free delivery, £150 all in after voucher. Sounds good. plus 2% topcashback, so £147.

Oh PSU out of stock now anyway (there was 1 left when I posted). A moot point anyway due to lack of spousal budget approval

If only I had £147....
Edited by: "lukewalker48" 22nd Feb 2012
hot hot hot
@lukewalker48 get the ti version its worth and some for just that little extra
good make as well
Is the free game Assanssins Creed Brotherhood?
just bought myself the EVGA "TI" 448 core version of this card. Cost about £70 more but well worth it.
gaijintendo

Is the free game Assanssins Creed Brotherhood?


During February 2012 anyone who buys one of these Asus GeForce GTX 560 Ti 822MHz Graphics Cards will be able to claim a FREE download voucher for Mafia 2 on PC. Simply order the item and then email duncsdeals@dabs.com with your Sales Order Number to claim, a code will be emailed back within 48 hours
i like phil collins
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Recommended as joint best card for £180 just a couple weeks ago so good deal.
Is this a noticeable improvement on a gts250?
JoYork

Is this a noticeable improvement on a gts250?



Seriously? the 250 is a nice card was top (?ish) of 2 old ranges but this would stomp all over it. If you want to stick with nvidia I think this is currently the best price/performance so a great upgrade...
Edited by: "Zoea" 22nd Feb 2012
Thanks for that. What are the radeon of this card?
Sorry I meant to say Radeon equivalent.
This is a bit slower than the Radeon 6950:-

guru3d.com/art…ew/
I bought this from Dixons for £148.99 and it's great! Smooth in Skyrim on Ultra Settings at 1280x1024 8xAA 16xAF and using the HDR Shaders mod (Monitor is next on the list of upgrades) with occasional framerate drops, always above 40.
And it should perform a lot better after the latest nVidia drivers
great card@good price,but i'd wait 2 months for nv's ng cards to press 5xx even cheaper.
570 Asus CUII was on here for £250 the other day. If you can stretch to it that is still the sweet spot (imo) for performance vs price. This is still an awesome deal though!
lukewalker48

Hmm, there's also an ASUS 560 (non-Ti) on there for £130 with Shogun 2 … Hmm, there's also an ASUS 560 (non-Ti) on there for £130 with Shogun 2 AND Mafia 2, I need a new PSU anyway which would bring it over the £150 (I assume the £150 is needed for the voucher to work?). I found a 600w OCZ PSU on there for £30..So, Asus GTX 560, two games, 600w OCZ PSU, free delivery, £150 all in after voucher. Sounds good. plus 2% topcashback, so £147.Oh PSU out of stock now anyway (there was 1 left when I posted). A moot point anyway due to lack of spousal budget approval :)If only I had £147....



I ordered a modular 750w OCZ psu from Dabs and had to return it. It was on two 12v rails. One for the motherboard and cpu. One for everything else. So the current on the rail for my hard drives, two GPU's, case fans etc wasn't high enough. Don't scrimp on a PSU. Get a single 12v rail one with enough power for your needs and any future aspirations (SLI, Crossfire)
Hot deal, but DABS are pants for customer service if you need to return anything. I bought the PNY 560ti for the same price in December and it was faulty, still chasing them up for a refund despite numerous promises. If I haven't received by Friday I'm going to ask AMEX to refund me. In the meantime I bought the slightly overclocked version of this from Amazon (albeit for £16 more and without the free game). Anyway rant over and heat added!
Is it worth waiting until the 600 series is released before buying this card? Will it come down in price quickly? Or is the 600 series even scheduled for release soon?
These any good at 3d?
Great card at this price, hot from me.
I got the maximum edition of this card about 2 or 3 months ago for the same price. Absolute monster, playing battlefield 3 on max settings and getting a steady 55 fps. Difference between the cards is Maximum edition has 900 MHz core and this is 822MHz, everything else also has a little boost like the shader. But you can still overclock this one if you need a little boost.
Nice deal though
As far as I know the HEART10 valentines voucher expired on the 17th, and on the 20th if you got their newsletter thing. The new vouchers seem to be LEAP, e.g LEAP10 gives you £10 off if you spend over £199.
Probably worth waiting for the 7850 and 7870, and the 600 series. The former will be about the same price range and should at least match or beat the 560ti.
Does this only support 2 monitors at a time?
This card and the i5 2500k is a great combo, I have this running overclocked to 1000MHz (Could do more, not sure if I need to at the moment!) and the 2500k OC'd to 4.5 easily!
I signed in just to reply to Yorkies comment about dabs customer service being pants:
I did a £800 custom build pc where apart from the graphics card, everything was bought through them. I had a failure to boot after the build and through a combination of online chat and telephone calls they diagnosed the issue then just to e safe arranged free pickup for testing the whole setup before rma'ing my power supply. I had the whole unit tested and back to me within the week and everything was fine. You can call them and get a person on the phone within 2-5 minutes and they're more than reasonable. I also bought the hp homeserver through them and when hp wanted more details to process the claim than I had on my email confirmation(couldnt find my order form that came in the post, must of been binned by the housemates) they emailed me a copy straight through. Excellent service IMHO
had to laugh at aria's claim other week they stated they were selling the 560 ti cheapest in the uk @ £160 odd, a quick look on net and i found exact same for £149 lol,

this offer is very good, great price for those looking to beef their card up
Edited by: "n1ttygr1tty" 23rd Feb 2012
I got the Asus 560ti Direct CUII version from Dixons which has better cooling. great cards
Liam1990

I signed in just to reply to Yorkies comment about dabs customer service … I signed in just to reply to Yorkies comment about dabs customer service being pants:I did a £800 custom build pc where apart from the graphics card, everything was bought through them. I had a failure to boot after the build and through a combination of online chat and telephone calls they diagnosed the issue then just to e safe arranged free pickup for testing the whole setup before rma'ing my power supply. I had the whole unit tested and back to me within the week and everything was fine. You can call them and get a person on the phone within 2-5 minutes and they're more than reasonable. I also bought the hp homeserver through them and when hp wanted more details to process the claim than I had on my email confirmation(couldnt find my order form that came in the post, must of been binned by the housemates) they emailed me a copy straight through. Excellent service IMHO



Glad you had a great experience, I have all the emails (not replied to once in 24hrs as they claim to try), maybe I have been unlucky but my £700 build went far less smooth!
With regard to the DABs debate they were bought over by BT some years ago (hence why the the BT store looks exactly the same) so they should not have any problems providing a proper service.

Update: Typos
Edited by: "iriyas" 24th Feb 2012
ordered late on Wednesday received today, cannot fault the delivery times! all working great so far
The clock on this card is 822Mhz, how does it compare to the 830Mhz variant? I've looked around and can't find a comparison. Any help here appreciated?

Thanks
tWeetZ

The clock on this card is 822Mhz, how does it compare to the 830Mhz … The clock on this card is 822Mhz, how does it compare to the 830Mhz variant? I've looked around and can't find a comparison. Any help here appreciated?Thanks



I received this card on Friday and it overclocks to 900MHz easily. Very happy with it
Edited by: "Lupeto" 27th Feb 2012
Lupeto

I received this card on Friday and it overclocks to 900MHz easily. Very … I received this card on Friday and it overclocks to 900MHz easily. Very happy with it



Opted for the Direct CU II TOP card from Asus which was pre-clocked to 900Mhz. Hopefully your OC GPU will hold out and you'll have got yourself a real bargain 'cos I paid a chunk more than £150 for mine.
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