Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by xtro2005, Nov 10, 2011.
I was curious if the community had heard anything
well... there IS the review about it. not sure exactly what you're looking for.
That review isn't the 448 cuda cores version.
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.
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.
I think i miss read title ... No i didnt heard of a 2WIN edition of the 448core 560TI.
There is a review of the 448 version ?
560Ti (448) is gonna be released on 29.Nov.2011
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.
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.
The 560 Ti 2win is a dual GPU card....seems a bit muddled in this thread.
Ya no 448 edition for the 2 win dual gpu card.
The 448 model GTX 560 is a single GPU card.
Looks like a typical "what to do with GF110 GPUs that fail the 570 tests" thing
That would be fine, if they can make it use more vram
Dunno where u get your news, but Nvidia still sells 50% more of its failed cards then AMD does.
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.
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.
With EVGA just releasing the 560Ti 2Win (384) I doubt they will also release a 2Win 448 version.
its just a 570 with some beat shaders that got cut probably. gtx 565 would of been a better name for it
Never know a few might be able to flash to 570..the 465 some did..