Today NVIDIA went official with its latest videocard called the GTX 560 Ti. The new video card promises a lot of performance while staying reasonably priced at about $250. PNY has offered up its version of the card that is based on the NVIDIA reference design.
The card has a core clock of 822MHz and has 384 CUDAprocessor cores. The processor clock is 1645MHz and the texture fill rate for the card is 52.5 billion/sec. The card has 1024MB of GDDR5 RAM and a memory clock of 4000MHz.
The card supports all of the features you expect from an NVIDIA card like SLI, 3D Vision and 3D Surround as well as CUDA and more. PNY's card has DVI and HDMImini connections built-in. Availability for the card is unknown at this time.
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