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Zotac GeForce GTX 560 Ti AMP! Edition 1GB Video Card Review
4 May 2011
Summary: Final Thoughts
At one time Zotac was the only manufacturer offering a GeForce GTX 560 Ti overclocked up to 950 MHz, most others were 850 and 900 MHz overclocks. Now 2 other manufacturers offer this card at the 950 Mhz overclock.
Pros: – 950 MHz overclock, – Good cooling, – DirectX 11 support, – Performs very close and better in some cases to the 2GB Radeon HD 6950
Cons: – Because it is overclocked it draws more power
Summary: ZOTAC's GeForce GTX 560 Ti AMP! Edition is the highest clocked GeForce GTX 560 card that you can buy at the moment. It offers substantially increased clock speeds of 950 MHz vs. 823 MHz on the reference design.
Pros: Overclocked out of box with high clock speeds, Good overclocking potential, Full game Assassin's Creed Brotherhood included, Reasonable price increase performance considered, Support for DirectX 11, Support for CUDA / PhysX
Cons: Very high power consumption, Noisy cooler in 3D, High temperatures, No low clock profile for idle desktop 2D, 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