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  • EVGA GeForce GTX560 Ti SuperClocked Video Card Review
  • EVGA GeForce GTX560 Ti SuperClocked Video Card Review


    Card Layout & Features

    The EVGA GTX560 Ti SC is a reference design card with custom branding and adjusted clock speeds. This is not a bad thing since the reference design GTX560 Ti was rumored to be overbuilt by nVidia to handle a variety of vendor customizations.
    The back of the card is completely exposed much like the reference card.  No word yet on of EVGA will offer a custom aluminum backplate for the GTX 560 Ti, we'll just have to wait and see.
    The video output is made up of 2 x DVI and a mini-HDMI digital output that has a dongle for connecting to a standard HDMI connection. HDMI does carry audio signal through a built in sound chip on the GTX 560 Ti SC.
    SLI is limited on the GTX 560 Ti SC to a maximum of two cards due to the single SLI bridge connection. We saw this become a standard on the GTX 460 with obviously no change in agenda. The restriction was done to keep the GTX 560 from destroying the higher end product lines in scalar performance.
    Included Goodies
    1x Mini-HDMI to HDMI adaptor
    2x Molex to 6-Pin power adaptors
    1x DVI to D-SUB adaptor
    1x Driver Disk
    2x Installation Manuals
    1x EVGA case sticker
    1x EVGA Poster(not shown)