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KFA2 GeForce GTX 560 Ti EX OC 1GB NVIDIA Graphics Card @ Scan - £179.99 delivered!
KFA2 GeForce GTX 560 Ti EX OC 1GB NVIDIA Graphics Card @ Scan - £179.99 delivered!

KFA2 GeForce GTX 560 Ti EX OC 1GB NVIDIA Graphics Card @ Scan - £179.99 delivered!

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Fantastic price for a new GTX 560 Ti!!! Available on the 'Today Only' page until Monday midday.

To buy at this price scroll down the list in the 'Today Only' section accessed form the column on the left hand side of the page then select 'Buy' from there to get it at this price. Or, follow this link if you just want to put it straight into your basket: secure.scan.co.uk/asp…508

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The Evolution of Multi-Display Gaming powered by GeForce® GTX 500 Series GPUs
Imagine expanding your gaming real estate across three displays in Full HD 3D for a completely immersive gaming experience. With the introduction of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 500 GPUs, you can now use the award winning NVIDIA 3D Vision to build the world's first multi-display 3D gaming experience on your PC.

• 3rd generation detachable fan design

• Dual BIOS

• Voltage measurement point

• Microsoft DirectX 11 support

• NVIDIA CUDA™ technology with CUDA C/C++

• DirectCompute 5.0 and OpenCL support

• Two dual-link DVI-I and one mini-HDMI 1.4a connectors

• Dual-link HDCP Capable

• OpenGL 4.1 support

Manufacturer: KFA2
Interface: PCI-E 2.0 (x16)
Chipset: GTX 560 Ti
Connectivity: 2 x DVI-I, 1 x mini HDMI
Edition: EX OC
SLI: Yes
Chipset Features: 3D Vision Surround technology
DirectCompute Support
Microsoft DirectX® 11
Microsoft Windows 7 support
NVIDIA CUDA™ Technology
NVIDIA nView Multi-Display Technology
NVIDIA PhysX™-Ready
NVIDIA Unified Driver Architecture
OpenCL Support
OpenGL 4.1
PureVideo HD
Shader Model 5.0
SLI Type: 2 Way
Manufacturing process: 40 nm
HDCP Ready: Yes
Cores: 384
Width: Dual Slot
Core Clock: 835 MHz
CrossFire: No
Shader Clock: 1670 MHz
Crossfire Type:
Memory: 1GB
Low Profile Compatible: No
Memory Bit Rate: 256 Bit
Memory Type: GDDR5
Package Type: Retail
Memory Clock: 4000 MHz
Maximum GPU Power: 170W
Cooling: Dual Fan

28 Comments

Hot deal. I'd to see the 6950 at this price 2

wow looks a good price, though seems to be under powered compared to other 560 Ti cards. heat added anyways
Edited by: "Drittz78" 18th Feb 2011

Core Clock: 835 MHz
CrossFire: No
Shader Clock: 1670 MHz

low clocks, probably that's why is on offer

Anyone found a review with noise for this compared to stock or 'Gigabyte twin cooler'?

Original Poster

Here's a review for near enough the same card and the other 560 offering from KFA2 - lots of reading there to keep you busy!

Hot from me, reviewed as a good cooler but think I'll wait for MSI or Gigabyte versions to drop abit to save me overclocking it.

qfel

Core Clock: 835 MHzCrossFire: NoShader Clock: 1670 MHz low clocks, … Core Clock: 835 MHzCrossFire: NoShader Clock: 1670 MHz low clocks, probably that's why is on offer



take an easy 5 minutes to turn them up and save money

This is hot from me, but I'm looking at something else and can anyone help me heh - sorry to 'jack the thread'. I've been looking at a GTX480 or GTX570, if I go with the GTX480 I can probably SLI them (they're like £50 cheaper each) can anyone send me to some prices? the GTX480 was £150 on here but that's expired, and I can only find it £220 + atm

hot - ordered. Should be decent enough to run 1080p 3d on my new plasma!

DarkFlame

This is hot from me, but I'm looking at something else and can anyone … This is hot from me, but I'm looking at something else and can anyone help me heh - sorry to 'jack the thread'. I've been looking at a GTX480 or GTX570, if I go with the GTX480 I can probably SLI them (they're like £50 cheaper each) can anyone send me to some prices? the GTX480 was £150 on here but that's expired, and I can only find it £220 + atm



The 560 when overclocked can keep up with the 570 and is faster than a 470/480 and runs cooler and quieter and is much more energy efficient than both the previous generation cards, the 560 is one hell of a card and KfA cards are a premium card. These also overclock like monsters but i would take the Msi hawk as it was previewed buy customPC this month and they say its amongst the best 560 for cool running and sheer overclocking power and is only a couple of quid more than a reference card.
Edited by: "polly69" 18th Feb 2011

So so hot. 560Ti for under £180 !

Nice deal!

Just to clear a few things up.
The 480 is still faster then a heavily Overclocked 560ti in 99% of application, and the power draw between them nrrows to an insignificant value when overclocked so much.
To get a 560Ti to beat a 'stock' 480, you will need a core of over 100mhz, not an easy feat or many cards capable of.

KFA aka gallaxy, KFA2 are the premium end of gallaxy who usually are a lower tier reseller of reference cards , premium suppliers would usually be like MSI , eVGA etc.

great deal

spaceinvader

take an easy 5 minutes to turn them up and save money


Must be a reason they're turned down in the first place..?

If this particular card clocked well it wouldnt be this price or brand. It would be £40 more and have a Asus / EVGA sticker on it

opia

Just to clear a few things up.The 480 is still faster then a heavily … Just to clear a few things up.The 480 is still faster then a heavily Overclocked 560ti in 99% of application, and the power draw between them nrrows to an insignificant value when overclocked so much.To get a 560Ti to beat a 'stock' 480, you will need a core of over 100mhz, not an easy feat or many cards capable of.KFA aka gallaxy, KFA2 are the premium end of gallaxy who usually are a lower tier reseller of reference cards , premium suppliers would usually be like MSI , eVGA etc.



All true. But you cant deny that the 480gtx was a half finished, overpriced, hot, power hungry pig of a card. I just feel sorry for the people that bought one.

MintMouse

Must be a reason they're turned down in the first place..?



For a brand I haven't heard of (and I started out with a PCI Voodoo card back in the day) they probably went for cheaper speedbinned cards over the bigger names, so they won't usually clock as well, there will be a few that reach reference card clocks/higher, but might need better cooling

Voted lukewarm as it's what I paid for my 4870 when it first came out (and that was higher rated at the time)

finlay666

For a brand I haven't heard of (and I started out with a PCI Voodoo card … For a brand I haven't heard of (and I started out with a PCI Voodoo card back in the day) they probably went for cheaper speedbinned cards over the bigger names, so they won't usually clock as well, there will be a few that reach reference card clocks/higher, but might need better coolingVoted lukewarm as it's what I paid for my 4870 when it first came out (and that was higher rated at the time)



Your logic doesnt work, you had a voodoo a long time ago (I had 2 V2's in SLI - 24 Mb baby ! ) , so therefore must know everything about modern card manufacturers ? KFA2 , have firmly landed themselves on the map as a premium brand nowadays with some of their higher OC'd cards topping the benchmarks in most cases.

Top end cards are a lot more expensive than this nowadays I am afraid, wake up grandad !

If you look at the part number on Scan's page, this card is also sold as a Galaxy so I'm not sure how this fits into the above comment about KFA being at the premium end - they seem to be the same! Anyway, it has a 2 year warranty so I don't suppose that matters too much.

I'm also not sure about the "slow clocks" comment as this card is clocked higher than the reference specs (albeit only slightly).

There are a quite few reviews on the web :-
tinyurl.com/4t8…7hl
tinyurl.com/5sv…chv

...plus others...and they are all generally positive.

However, the price at Scan is only a few quid cheaper than quite a few other places so, in my opinion, it's not exactly a 'hot deal' (but it's probably the best way to buy if you have to have one today!)

I'm going to wait a little longer - there is quite a lot of comment about AMD reducing the price of their equivalent/better cards to below the 560 so I would expect this card to soon drop too.

MintMouse

Must be a reason they're turned down in the first place..?



nope, look at the gtx 460, lots of different clock speeds. some people just dont like overclocking which is why so many companies release the oc versions and sell them at a premium, easy money.

£190 now

the ghost

£190 now



No it isn't - it's still showing as £179.99 - Today Only?

Very tempting, though I think I'll hold on to my 460 GTX OC until Kepler cards come out this year.

£190 now, take a look at the actual product page.:|

amd12345

£190 now, take a look at the actual product page.:|



See post 23.

Ooops. Youre right. I hate it when companies have different prices for the same products.

For all the people quoting this as £190

if you view the info it will say £190

If you want to buy go back to the today only page and click buy

It's now in your basket at £179 as mentioned
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