Any word on a 560ti 2win (448) edition?

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  1. xtro2005

    xtro2005 New Member

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    I was curious if the community had heard anything
     
  2. ElementalDragon

    ElementalDragon Ancient Guru

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    well... there IS the review about it. not sure exactly what you're looking for.
     
  3. Homonculus1987

    Homonculus1987 Banned

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    That review isn't the 448 cuda cores version.
     
  4. Boulard83

    Boulard83 Member Guru

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    Its supposed to be a 448core version of the GTX570 and not really a 560TI since its going to have 1.28gigs of ram and 448 Core @ 732mhz + 3 Way SLI compatible.
     

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    Expect slightly better performance than a GTX470. I don't know what to compare clocks to, maybe a GTX470 at 750 core?

    It is basically a GTX470 with better stock clocks, less power draw and cooler temps.
     
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    I think i miss read title ... No i didnt heard of a 2WIN edition of the 448core 560TI.
     
  7. gridiron whirlw

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    There is a review of the 448 version ?
     
  8. TheHunter

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    560Ti (448) is gonna be released on 29.Nov.2011
     
  9. AcceleratorX

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    Performance will be basically the same as HD 6950 or 10% better, which effectively makes it very close to the GTX 480. It's not a big deal for existing 560 Ti owners, though compute performance may have bigger advantages.

    I don't think NVIDIA really needed to release this though, but I guess NVIDIA wants to get people buying their GPUs at all price points given the holiday season is incoming.
     
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    560ti is alrady 10% slower than hd 6950 so it's only just going to be equal, other than in games which favour nvidia/ati.

    The 560ti has already proved to be a fail at 1080p so this release is very much needed if nvidia want to compete in the lower-high end segment at 1080p resolutions atleast until nvidia can get a new series out, ati's 7 series should be out around january so it's still too little to late and only hurts gtx 570 slaes.
     

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  12. Hemectu

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    Ya no 448 edition for the 2 win dual gpu card.

    The 448 model GTX 560 is a single GPU card.
     
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    Looks like a typical "what to do with GF110 GPUs that fail the 570 tests" thing
     
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    That would be fine, if they can make it use more vram
     
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    Dunno where u get your news, but Nvidia still sells 50% more of its failed cards then AMD does.
     

  16. BlackZero

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    I don't see what sales or AMD has got to do with actual performance, which btw is fail at 1080p going by bf3 mp performance.
     
  17. Boulard83

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    560 TI is not a fail for 1080P cause of ( buggy IMO ) BF3. 560TI is yes "limitied" to 1gb of Vram, wich is plenty for 98% of the newer games at 1080P.

    The 448 edition gona have 1.28gigs, like the 570.
     
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    With EVGA just releasing the 560Ti 2Win (384) I doubt they will also release a 2Win 448 version.
     
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    its just a 570 with some beat shaders that got cut probably. gtx 565 would of been a better name for it
     
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    Never know a few might be able to flash to 570..the 465 some did..
     

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