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|22nd January 2011, 14:53||#1|
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Geforce GTX 560 Ti Benchmarks Leaked?
NVIDIAís GTX 560 Ti is set to launch on Jan 25th. However, Taiwanese site, CoolPC.com.tw, has released pictures of the reference card. They got pulled before too long, but not before we snagged a copy for you to enjoy (courtesy of Hexus.net)! Now donít get too excited, these are not going to be breaking any benchmarks for your top-of-the-line rig. NVIDIA is positioning these cards as something between their performance and middle of the road cards.
Based on details from Hexus.net, the GTX 560 Ti will be using the new GF114 GPU with a 1GB frame buffer. Itís core clock with be roughly 823Mhz, which equates to 1,646Mhz for the 384 Cuda cores. Also, the GF114 GPU and itís 1GB frame buffer will be connected via a 256-bit length bus. What does all that gibberish mean in terms of performance? Check out the benchmarks released by diyfan.taobao.com and see for yourself how the card stacks up, even before itís even released.
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