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Gigabyte nVIDIA GTX560TI 1GB PCI-E Graphics Card


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  • Powered by NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti GPU
  • Supports PCI Express 2.0
  • Microsoft DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4.1 support
  • Integrated with industry's best 1 GB GDDR5 memory and 256-bit memory interface
  • Supports NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology
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Technical Details
BrandGigabyte
Item Weight1.5 Kg
Product Dimensions40 x 25 x 6 cm
Item model numberGV-N560OC-1GI
SeriesGeforce GTX 560 TI GV-N560OC-1GI
Hard Drive Size1024 MB
Graphics Card DescriptionGigabyte nVidia Graphics Card
Graphics RAM TypeGDDR5
Graphics Card InterfacePCI-E
  
Additional Information
ASINB004K8R8MG
Best Sellers Rank 72,034 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.3 Kg
Date First Available28 Jan 2011
  
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Gigabyte GV-N560OC-1GI NVIDIA GTX560 TI 1024MB DVI HDMI Graphics Card

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1GB GDDR5 900MHZ 2xDVI,HDMI

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JAMES667 on 15 Mar 2012
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I bought this Graphics cast thinking it was going to be something temporary for my PC. Boy, was I mistaken.

This graphics card blows my old one out of the water with its twin-cooling and over-clocked core.
Want to be able to play 'Battlefield 3' on Ultra Graphics? Well look no further! This graphics card exceeds my expectations and is 100% worth a buy! It stays at a cool temperature and is very quiet. The graphics card comes with a Mini-HDMI to HDMI adapter and a DVI to VGA adapter too!

Its price is excellent for what it delivers and you won't be needing to get a new graphics card for at least 3 years. That's Really good!
Hope this helps you make the right choice!

:D
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By mosta67 VINE VOICE on 22 Mar 2011
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After over 2 years with an ATI 4870 it was beginning to show some slowdown with some titles at 1080p resolution.
Given a low end AMD Athlon 6000 system, 400w power supply, and little space in a small form factor case, upgrade paths were getting narrower.
I tried a Palit GTX 460 which ended up being a defective sample, but was around 10% faster than the ATI 4870 at the standard SVGA resolutions with benchmarking tools, before the blue screens started.

I settled on this Gigabyte GTX 560 model, being around 10% factory overclocked from the standard 822Mhz, given that the SOC 1GHz Gigabyte model was in low supply in the UK at the time, commanding a 20-30% premium over lower models and having higher power requirements.

Benefits of this GTX 560 in my case were the smaller size over the ATI 4870 (though not as compact as the GTX 460), quieter fans - the Gigabyte 'Windforce' cooler angles the fans to reduce turbulence, in theory allowing air to exhaust faster, and lower ambient temps - the PC no longer keeps my feet as warm and the cat prefers to sleep elsewhere. The CUDA implementation for the GeForce series was also of interest, since the developer resources seem to be more accessible and more mature than the equivalent ATI stream API - it remains to be seen when (if) the Open CL libraries become the standard.

The box contained driver disk, DSUB-DVI converter, two Molex to PCI converters and the card, so a no frills package.

Running the standard free 3DMark tests were artificial, as they restrict the resolution of the test, so the 20% or so increase over the old 4870 was relatively useless.
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By Kelvin B on 21 Nov 2013
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easy to press in. and wire to PSU.

installed on Asus P8Z77-V PRO with Corsair AX850 PSU.

performs well. with moderate graphics gaming settings. idle temp 28 degree.
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