ASUS GeForce GTX 560 Ti DirectCU II 1024MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card
Core: 830MHz, Memory: 1024MB 4000MHz GDDR5, Stream Processors: 384, Shader Clock: 1500MHz, SLI Ready, PhysX/CUDA Enabled, 3 Years Warranty.
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3m Mini HDMI to HDMI Lead
Mini HDMI to full sized HDMI lead - 1.3 specification compliant.
1.8m 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,...
|Warranty Type||Manufacturer via Aria|
|Manufacturer Phone||01442 265548|
|Warranty Period (yrs)||3|
Comments, Questions & Reviews:
Question by question
Hi there i have a asus p8p67-m I was wondering will this card be able to work with my board and will I be able to run sli if i wanted to in the future
Hi, the graphics card will work just fine and it supports both Sli and crossfire so yes you can put another card in if you wish.
Comparing cards by Anthony
Hi, I'm after a new gfx card, I currently have a ATI 5770 but its getting old and after a new one. I cant see the differences in cards I'm comparing the 1gb memory but I guess that's not what I need to look at. Can anyone suggest a card got around Â£250 to spend to replace my 5770
If your board supports it, I would probably suggest 2 7770's in crossfire that costs £250 if using 2 of the XFX ones (QC:48557) and should be a big improvement over your 5770.
400 Watt PSU by Daz
Would this work ok with a 400 watt PSU?
ASUS minimum power requirements are 450W as i believe so I would say no. A branded PSU of at least 500W or greater would be recommended.
Will this work? by Mike
Hi, I'm knew to PC building and was wondering if this set up would be okay?
Thanks in advance :)
That all looks fine to me. You've not mentioned a hard drive, but I'm assuming you have that covered :)
Comment by Jay
hi i was wandering if this graphics card would go with this bundle ok? as im after building a decent gaming pc but have little experiance sadly :)
Will work with that nicely :)