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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti Arrives with Great Specs and a $250 Price Tag

Written on January 26, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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NVIDIA has finally introduced a GTX 500 series graphics card that's affordable, yet packs incredible performance the series is well known for.

NVIDIA has just unleashed the heir to the great throne of the stellar success of the GTX 460, but this time under the flag of the GTX 500 series. Introducing the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti, the company’s newest graphic card to enter the $250 range market that promises to blow your mind with its transistor level hardware improvements found in the GTX 500 series. With increased clock speeds, less leakage, and better power efficiency, the GTX 560 Ti packs the power you need with a mid-range price budget.

You may be wondering what the “Ti” stands for. Well if you listened to your chemistry teacher, Ti is Titanium which is a material commonly used for air and spacecrafts. The lightness and strength of the element gives the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti that added performance boost (although this isn’t quite the first time NVIDIA has used it).

Hit the break and check out the specs of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti.

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Overclock You NIVIDIA Graphics Card with EVGA Precision 1.9.6

Written on September 06, 2010 by Adam Eve

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EVGA, once again, sets itself apart from the rest with the EVGA Exclusive Precision Overclocking Utility. Tweak your graphics card for better performance -- even if it's not manufactured EVGA.

If you’re looking for a way to amplify a bit more performance from your video card, a free Precision app from EVGA can help you. With EVGA Precision 1.9.6, you can tweak the core clock, shader clock, memory clock, fan speed, and you can as well link multiple GPUs in its small window. With the help of the screen overlay, you can monitor your card’s temperature, clock, framerate and lots of other things. It’s also very simple to use: just adjust the clocks, then click the Apply button. But a bit of research on how to test overclocks for stability is still highly recommended.

System Requirements:

* Windows XP 32/64, Vista 32/64 or 7 32/64
* EVGA 6, 7, 8, 9, 200 or 400 series graphics card
* Forceware 96.xx or higher drivers


* Independent or Synchronous control for fan and clock settings in a multi-GPU system
* Allows up to 10 profiles, and ability to assign hotkeys to these profiles to allow in-game
* Ability to view temperatures in the system tray
* Core/Shader Clock Link/Unlink capability
* Fan Speed manual or auto adjustment
* Real-Time on-screen display support for ingame temp, framerate, and clock monitoring
* Logitech Keyboard LCD Display support
* In-app temp/clockspeed monitoring of GPU’s
* Information button shows device, driver, memory size, BIOS Revision and SLI mode
* Ability to choose different skins, and make your own!
* Now you can save screenshots from your favorite games!

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