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EVGA GeForce GTX560 Ti SuperClocked Video Card Review
Author: Will West
The EVGA GTX560Ti SC is targeted at the average Joe consumer looking for extra performance without the hassle required to overclock themselves or simply wants something better off the shelf. Of course the hardware enthusiast question remains, does this mean we are also getting a better GPU? Or has EVGA pushed the GF114 core to the limit leaving overclockers to demand more??
Along with overclocked performance we also plan to explore SLI scaling and see just how well the new GTX560 Ti does against GTX470. You will have to read on to find out.
Core Clock: 900MHz
Shader Clock: 1800MHz
Stream Processors: 384 units
ROP Units: 32
Texture Filtering Units: 64
Memory Interface: 256-bit
Memory Amount/Type: 1GB/GDDR5 Memory
Memory Clock: 1053MHz (4212MHz effective)
Memory Bandwidth: 134.8 GB/s
DirectX Compliance: 11
Connection: 16x PCI Express 2.0
Form Factor: Dual Slot
Multi-GPU Support: SLI
Warranty: Lifetime Warranty