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EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2Win


Posted By: Dennis - Source: Ninjalane
Published: Friday, November 04, 2011

Ok so we have seen the heatsink, we have seen the silkscreened PCBs and have even seen a demo mockup a few years ago (from another company).  So, what is this thing we have seen you ask?

Dual nVidia GPUs on a single card!. 

Now before you can say GTX 590 lets pull it back and qualify this statement a bit. "Dual affordable GPUs on a single card".  Yes its true, for the price of a single GTX 580 you can have the power of dual GTX 560 Ti's together on a special built PCB.

Friday, November 4th. 2011 - Introducing the EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2Win! This card harnesses the power of two EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti GPU’s for blistering fast DirectX 11 performance, including tessellation performance that destroys the competition. Experience a whole new level of interactive gaming and combine up to three displays off a single card for the ultimate in 3D entertainment, or disable Surround and combine up to four displays for maximum productivity. With these features and more, the EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2Win gives you double the win!

Key Features:

  • Dual GTX 560 Ti GPU's
  • Over 30% Faster than GTX 580
  • 850MHz Core Clock
  • 3D Surround on a Single Card

As you can imagine, you get all of the benefits afforded to you by the GTX 590 such as 3D Vision Surround and faster performance due to onboard SLI.  However, the one thing not mentioned is for the first time ever you will be able to run Quad SLI from a GTX 560 Ti.  

Of course you can run SLI with a GTX 560 but since the cards only came with a single SLI bridge you were limited to only a two way SLI configurations and no way to add a third card except for running PhysX calculations.

Related Web URL: http://www.evga.com/articles/00656/