MSI GeForce GTX 560Ti Twin FrozR II 1024MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card

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Core: 822MHz, Memory: 1024MB 4000MHz GDDR5, Stream Processors: 384, Shader Clock: 1644MHz, SLI Ready, PhysX/CUDA Enabled, 2 Years Warranty.

Stock:
Discontinued!
This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 44470  
Stock code: GFX-NV560-N560GTX-RE
Manuf. code: N560GTX-TI Twin Froz
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Description:

With explosive performance and an innovative thermal design, NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 560 rips through the latest games like World of WarCraft®: Cataclysm, Call of Duty: Black Ops, and Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X.® 2 with quiet operation. As you've come to expect from a GeForce GTX GPU, GTX 560 packs support for all the premium GTX gaming technologies such as DirectX 11, NVIDIA® Surround, 3D Vision™, PhysX®, and SLI®. GeForce GTX 560Ti - arm yourself for battle.

Features:-
- 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: 822MHz
- Memory: 1024MB GDDR5
- Memory Clock: 4000MHz (Effective)
- Memory Interface: 256-Bit
- Processing Cores: 384
- Shader Clock: 1644MHz
- Bus Type: PCI-Express 2.0
- Display Connectors: 2x Dual-Link DVI-I & 1x Mini-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
- Warranty: 2 years

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer msi
Warranty Type Direct with Manufacturer
Manufacturer Website http://uk.msi.com/service/warranty/
Warranty Period (yrs) 3

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Comment by Steven

Hi, I was wondering whether this card would work with my Jeantech Arctic JN120F-600AP12V2?

Many thanks, Steven.

Response by daniele
Hi Steven,
Whilst I cannot guarantee compatibility, that should be fine

Question  PDU problems by john

Sorry to complicate matters, but is there a simple way we can calculate PSU requirements? I see motherboards offering quad SLI functionality but the highest PSU available (from Aria at least) is 1050W. Wouldn't four of these cards require 2000W? and that's before we add the hard drive, CPU & memory requirements.Or am I getting it all wrong?

Answer by philm on Saturday, July 9, 2011
http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculator.jsp

This should be able to help you out with your selection. 2000w ius a little excessive for four 560Ti

PSU Requirements by mellink

Hi i'm sorry but thats just not true.

This graphic card (and with all other carsd on the market they put a huge wattage rating on) What is important is the amperage on the 12V rails.

saying you need 500W to run it isnt true at all. They say 500W because then there is more likey to be more amperage avaliable on the 12V rails (you can look on the side of your PSU for the ratings)

The true power consumptions of this card INCLUDING a i7 965, Asus p6T, 6GB corsaid Ram and a 128GB SSD is 135Watts with no load and 301Watts withload. These figures are taken driectly from Custom PC

My advice is look at your 12V rails if its a gaming PSU/performance one they tend to put in more powerful 12V rails and it'll be fine, its they are small rails or rail, then you need a new one, but the overall wattage is a total misnoma.

Response by andrewn
Yes, of course. But as a retailer we pretty much have to quote the figures the manufacturers provide. You can naturally do your own research, indeed this is always a good idea. But it would be irresponsible of us to go about promising compatibility beyond what the manufacturers state as the minimum requirement. So, basically, you need to go and have this argument with nVidia and AMD. Good luck with that.

The PSU won\\'t be enough by Cleeecooo

To answer the question regarding the silentknight PSU, Strictly speaking, it will be enough, however you will be greatly risking your system in doing so as if the PSU can't cope (which it probably can't) then it may take the rest of your system with it.

I would strongly recommend you get a new one. Quick code 44572 would be a good choice.

Please note, I don't work for Aria :)

Power requirements by jul3s

What PSU requirements does this baby need please as I have a silent knight 580 and wonderring if I need to upgrade

Response by andrewn
nVidia state 500W, and you will also need two 6-pin PCI-E connectors. I've never heard of that PSU, so can't vouch for it.
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