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Asus 1GB GeForce GTX 560TI DirectCUII PCI-E Graphics Card

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  • Engine overclocked to 830MHz for faster and smoother performance
  • Speed up heat dissipation with doubled airflow via exclusive DirectCU dual fan design
  • Pump up graphics performance with Super Alloy Power delivering a 15% performance boost, 2.5 longer lifespan and 35C cooler operation
  • Crank up 50% faster clock speeds with exclusive Voltage Tweak
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Technical Details
BrandASUS
Product Dimensions40 x 25 x 6 cm
Item model numberENGTX560 TI DCII/2DI/1GD5
Graphics Card DescriptionGeForce GTX 560TI Direct CU
Graphics Card Ram Size1 GB
  
Additional Information
ASINB004K8R8DA
Best Sellers Rank 28,600 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 Kg
Date First Available26 Jan. 2011
  
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4.7 out of 5 stars

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kyal on 23 Oct. 2011
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I have had the card for a week now and it has enabled me to play every game on my PC at 1920x1200 at maximum settings with framerates over 30 fps (STALKER: Call of Pripyat, Dead Island, Modern Warfare 2) Although none of those games really stress this card as they are older DirectX 9 titles. According to Nvidia's beta performance guide, the GTX 560 Ti is capable of running Battlefield 3 at high settings in 1920x1080 resolution which should be a good indicator of the card's performance.

The Asus 1GB GTX 560 Ti DirectCUII is currently the best value card around, like the best selling 8800GT before it. If you have read the reviews of this card from hardware sites, most of them will tell you that the ATI Radeon HD 6950 is slightly faster and in most cases it is, however at the time of the reviews the prices of the 560 Ti and the HD 6950 were the same, or the 560 Ti was more expensive.

This is not the case in the UK and you'll be lucky to find a HD 6950 with 1GB for under £200. I got my Asus GTX 560 Ti DirectCUII for £160.48 (circa early October 2011). Currently on Amazon (23/10/11), you can get a:

Asus GTX 560 Direct CU (non Ti) with the older DirectCU cooler for £148 which is almost £20 cheaper which is great if you are on a budget.
Asus GTX 560 Direct CU II (non Ti) which comes factory overclocked at 850MHz for £167.28 which is a few pence cheaper than the 560 Ti.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Josh Taylor on 21 Feb. 2012
For the price you really can't fault this at all. The DirectCUII cooler which is featured on this card is pretty much the 2nd best cooler for the 560ti, the Twin frozr 2 is the best. But there really is not that much of a difference between them, only 3 degrees Celsius. The hottest I have got this card was while running 3DMark11 and it only got up to 63 degrees which is just outstanding, while running regular games on average you're looking at about 54 degrees but in more extreme games like BF3 or Crysis 2 it will peek at 59 - 60 degrees. And yes of course just in case you're wondering this card just rolls over any game out right now. I get minimum FPS' of about 45 in BF3 and an average of around 55 at 1080p of course with an i5 2500k cpu. And pretty much constant 60 fps in Crysis 2 at max with the odd drop to about 50 for a second or two. In most games I play like World Of Warcraft, League Of Legends, Counter Strike: Source etc... I mostly hit the frame caps which is just outstanding, I upgraded from a Gtx 460 to this card as the 460 was strugeling to cope with BF3, hitting temps of 75 degrees and an average FPS of about 40 it was just not good enough. This card however just does the job perfectly and will last you a very long time. It's very quiet so long as you have good airflow, the fans stick at around 30% - 40% of their top speed under full load which is about 1600RPM, at 100% they go all the way up to 4200RPM, I have never had them go over 45% while gaming. 99% of the time they are under 40% of their total speed and you can't even hear them. However if you decide to see what 100% sounds like I can confirm it is just insane.Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Colin Gibson on 8 Nov. 2011
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Asus 1GB GeForce GTX 560TI DirectCUII PCI-E Graphics Card.

Installed card working on the following setup:
Asus M4A89GTD Pro (Socket AM3-940 pin) Motherboard.
AMD Athlon Pheonom II x6 core 3.3Hz 1100T (Black Edition) 9MB Cache.
4 x Kingston 4G DDR3-10600 1333 (240 pin) Memory, total 16G.
Western Digital Hard Drives x 2, Caviar Blue 1TB SATA III 6Gb/s, 32MB, 7,200 RPM.
Windowns 7 Pro 64 bit version.

Updated card and startup, no drivers installed but W7 stated it was looking to download them, it did and downloaded the correct drivers as 15/10/2011 v8.17.12.8562. Strangely these drivers seem more upto date than both the disk that came with the graphics card and those on the Asus website. I will investigate more here over the next few days.

Once W7 had downloaded the correct drivers, in just a few minutes, a reboot was needed to boot into the correct display. Everything worked perfectly upon reboot - now using a great card with plenty of power for whatever I through at it.

I am not a gamer but do edit a lot of HD Video etc and need a really fast graphics card. I will try and post an update after I have played with the card more.

Fist impressions are excellent.
I have posted a few more pictures of the packaging as the card is already shown on the site, it is very high quality and a shame to put the box in the roof after just 10 minutes of use. Still it will set off my resale of the item in 2 years time!!

Thanks Colin.

Footnote: Using the drivers provided in the disk pack you will get versions 23.03.2011 v8.17.12.6785.
Then updating via the driver update section you will get 20.05.2011 v8.17.12.7533
As previously mentioned using W7 update from the start you get 15.10.2011 v8/.17.12.862
My conclusion is just update from the original install situation, you will save loads of time and worry.
Hope this update helps. Thanks Colin.
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