The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti, which is why we start in the next few weeks, a small set of tests for speedy mid range graphics card from NVIDIA, let us begin at this point with the Point of View GeForce GTX 560 Ti TGT Beast Edition TFC. It has a significantly revamped cooling system, greatly increased clock speeds and allows perhaps even much higher frequencies, because instead of the two 6-pin connectors are 6 - and 8-pin plug fitted.
Including the Point of View GeForce GTX 560 Ti was found TGT Beast Edition TFC it is equipped with a huge cooling system from Arctic Cooling, which boasts three 92-mm fans, many aluminum fins and five thick heatpipes this will not only ensure a more efficient cooling, but also for a quieter operating sound.
To put that but much more in the delicate 40-nm chip and 1024MB of GDDR5 video memory, not only shows the massive cooling system, which is for a TDP of up designed to 250 watts, but also the power of the graphics card. Instead of the
usual 6-pin PCI Express power connectors, the producers exchanged with his Beast edition of the GeForce GTX 560 Ti from one of the two against one 8-pin model.
The Point of View GeForce GTX 560 Ti TGT Beast Edition TFC relies on NVIDIA GF114 chip, this aims to build on the success of the brachial NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 and get a similarly good overclocking potential and a high-performance 3D with it. For this, the GPU, which, as usual, runs in 40 nm off the line, a total of 1.95 billion transistors, had to make do with 336 nor the direct predecessor scalar units potter, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 384 calculators, this is based on the two graphics processing clusters, each fully equipped and ready so 48 shader processors.
When it continues to rely on fast memory GDDR5 chips and installed a total of 1024 MB, connect the data lines and over 256 standard work with 2004 Mhz,in addition NVIDIA 3D accelerator boasts the 220 class with a total pf sum cost in the market grid amplifiers. By default, expects an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti with clock speeds of 822/1644/2004 MHz and features the familiar dual-slot reference cooler, which you could find on many previous graphics cards, in his TGT Beast Edition Point of View shot clock to the regulators .