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MSI Twin FrozR II GeForce GTX 560 Ti OC 2048MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card
Core: 880MHz, Memory: 2048 3900MHz GDDR5, Stream Processors: 384, Shader Clock: 1760MHz, SLI Ready, PhysX/CUDA Enabled, 3 Years Warranty.
3m Mini HDMI to HDMI Lead
Mini HDMI to full sized HDMI lead - 1.3 specification compliant.
2m DVI-D Single-Link Digital Monitor Cable
Suitable for digital single-link monitor connections, Gold plated connections, Fully shielded for...
2m DVI-D Dual-Link Digital Monitor Cable
Suitable for digital dual-link and also single-link monitor connections, Gold plated connections,...
Description:Twin Frozr II Thermal Design 20 Degrees Celsuis Cooler!!
- Dual 8CM PWM Fans for 50% more air alow can cool down GPU/Memory/Power Module at once.
- Four heat pipes with SuperPipe Technology
- Nickel-plated Copper Base : Large size of Copper Base can dissipate the heat of GPU faster.
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7+1 Phase PWM Design
- Higher current to GPU Powerv - Higher overclocking capability
- Better stability in peak load
Military Class Components
- Hi-C Cap provides more precise GPU voltage.
- SFC (Super Ferrite Choke) : 30% Higher Current Capacity, 10% Power Efficiency Improvement.
- All Solid CAP for longer lifespan.
- Dual 8cm PWM Fans for 50% more airflow.
- Superpipe technology and nickel-plated copper base for better dissipation
- 20c cooler than reference design
- Military Class II Components
- Core Clock: 880MHz
- Memory: 2048MB GDDR5
- Memory Clock: 4008MHz (Effective)
- Memory Interface: 256-Bit
- Processing Cores: 384
- Shader Clock: 1760MHz
- Bus Type: PCI-Express 2.0
- Display Connectors: 2x Dual-Link DVI-I & 1x HDMI 1.4a (Includes HDMI & VGA Adapters)
- SLI Ready
- HDCP Capable
- DirectX 11 Support
- OpenGL 4.0 Support
- PhysX Enabled
- CUDA Enabled
- 3D Vision Enabled
- NVIDIA Surround Enabled
- 3 Year Warranty
|Warranty Type||Manufacturer via Aria|
|Warranty Period (yrs)||3|
Comments, Questions & Reviews:
PSU by Jed
I just bought this card from you guys but I think I made a Poor decision and I got a 500watt PSU. The whole set up was suggested by someone on the forum, I can't link the thread as I'm on my phone now but the thread is called help please! And is on the new build thread. It's on a wish list link near the bottom, I'd be greatful if you could have a look and tell me if it's enough. If it isn't enough will I be able to send the PSU back and buy something more powerful? And if it isn't powerful enough will it damage the other components? Thanks for any help in advance.
A decent brand of 500W PSU should be absolutely fine for this graphics card. I have one of these (well, different brand but same card) and a 500W PSU myself, not had a problem in several months of use.
2gb vs 448 by 1892patriot
I have to ask as I am stuck in deciding which card i want or should buy and need help either from yourselfs or the community.
I dont know which one to get 448 or 2bg. Which is better bang for buck?
Which one hs the better bench mark?
Which one will perform best on BF3?
It depends a lot on your resolution. More RAM such as included on this model is very helpful for resolutions higher than 1920x1080 and for multi-monitor gaming. For most other resolutions the "448 core" variants should provide better performance.
will it work ok with by piper
hi will this card be ok in a gigabyte H55M-S2H mb. with a xfx 750 single rail power supply...
Whilst I cannot guarantee compatibility, that should be ok
448 or 384 by Dave
Please confirm whether 448 cores as per headline description or 384 cores as content description ?
i checked the website and it doesn`t mention 448 cores , this is the 2gb version of the card the description at the bottom is accurate
Wrong details? by Rob
The memory is listed as both 2048MB and 1280MB, which is it?
Same for the number of cores, is it 384 or 448?
this card comes with 2gb memmory , i am unsure how many cores it the dessciption lower down the page is correct