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9.0 out of 10

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560 Ti (GV-N560OC-1GI)

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9.5

Palit GeForce GTX 560 Ti Twin Light Turbo 1 GB

techPowerUp!
28 November 2011
  • Summary: Palit's GTX 560 Ti Twin Light Turbo is a solid custom design GTX 560 Ti implementation from Palit. It doesn't come with many bells and whistles, except the LED-lit fan and the accessory package is slim, but the card performs very well. In our testing we see it edge past AMD's HD 6950 2 GB - thanks to the increased clocks out of the box. The out of the box overclock is relatively small with 835 MHz, however.
  • Pros: Low noise, Good overclocking potential, Low temperatures, Overclocked out of the box, Native full-size HDMI & Analog output, Compact, Support for CUDA, PhysX and DirectX 11
  • Cons: Overclock out of the box could be bigger, Only two active display outputs at the same time
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Overall 9
9.0

Expert Review

funkykit.com
20 June 2011
Overall 9
9.3

MSI GeForce GTX 560 Ti Twin Frozr II 1 GB

techPowerUp!
3 March 2011
  • Summary: In a segment where we know a surprise awaits us with every new release, the GeForce GTX 560 Ti lived up to being a bundle of surprises. To begin with, it can bulldoze through any game at any resolution, making DirectX 11 games playable even at the highest resolution. While asking for a higher price than what the GTX 460 1 GB did on its launch, the GeForce GTX 560 Ti lived up to it by giving us excellent price-performance ratio, which surpasses both the Radeon HD 6870 and...
  • Pros: Overclocked out of box, No price increase compared to reference design, Good overclocking potential, Quiet cooler in idle, Low temperatures, Support for DirectX 11, Support for CUDA / PhysX
  • Cons: Noisy cooler in 3D, Still limited to two active display outputs per card, NVIDIA power limiter system could possibly complicate advanced overclocking, DirectX 11 relevance limited at this time
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Overall 9
9.3

Palit GeForce GTX 560 Ti Sonic 1 GB

techPowerUp!
25 January 2011
  • Summary: In a segment where we know a surprise awaits us with every new release, the GeForce GTX 560 Ti lived up to being a bundle of surprises. To begin with, it can bulldoze through any game at any resolution, making DirectX 11 games playable even at the highest resolution. While asking for a higher price than what the GTX 460 1 GB did on its launch, the GeForce GTX 560 Ti lived up to it by giving us excellent price-performance ratio, which surpasses both the Radeon HD 6870 and...
  • Pros: Substantial performance improvement over GTX 460, Overclocked out of the box, Reasonable pricing, Full size HDMI & Analog output, Support for DirectX 11, Support for CUDA / PhysX
  • Cons: Noisy under load, Power draw limiter could complicate advanced overclocking, Still limited to two active display outputs per card, DirectX 11 relevance limited at this time
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Overall 9
9.2

ASUS GeForce GTX 560 Ti Direct Cu II 1 GB

techPowerUp!
25 January 2011
  • Summary: In a segment where we know a surprise awaits us with every new release, the GeForce GTX 560 Ti lived up to being a bundle of surprises. To begin with, it can bulldoze through any game at any resolution, making DirectX 11 games playable even at the highest resolution. While asking for a higher price than what the GTX 460 1 GB did on its launch, the GeForce GTX 560 Ti lived up to it by giving us excellent price-performance ratio, which surpasses both the Radeon HD 6870 and...
  • Pros: Substantial performance improvement over GTX 460, Overclocked out of the box, HDMI output, Support for DirectX 11, Support for CUDA / PhysX
  • Cons: Noisy under load, Power draw limiter could complicate advanced overclocking, Still limited to two active display outputs per card, Card is longer than other GTX 560 cards, DirectX 11 relevance limited at this time
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