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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 560Ti OC 1024MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card

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Core: 900MHz, Memory: 1024MB 4000MHz GDDR5, Stream Processors: 336, Shader Clock: 1800MHz, SLI Ready, PhysX/CUDA Enabled, 3 Years Warranty.

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This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 43576  
Stock code: GFX-NV560-GV-N560OC-
Manuf. code: GV-N560OC-1GI
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Description:

The Gigabyte GV-N560OC-1GI is equipped with WINDFORCE 2X mirroring-inclined fin cooling solution which employs 2 ultra quiet PWM fans and four pure copper heat pipes. The special inclined dual fan design effectively minimizes the flow of turbulence between two fans and enhances heat dissipation of hot area right underneath each fan. By unique design, WINDFORCE 2X even enlarges air channel on the graphics card vents and creates a more effective airflow system in chassis. This special design helps heat dissipate quickly from GPU. In addition, the 2 copper heat-pipes strengthen the speed of heat dissipation.

Gigabyte’s UDV board employs high quality components including 2 oz Copper PCB, 1st tier memory, Japanese solid capacitors, ferrite core chokes and lower RDS (on) MOSFET, resulting in 5% - 10% lower GPU temperature, 10%~30% better overclocking capability and 10%~30% less power switching loss.

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:
- Core Clock: 900MHz
- Memory: 1024MB GDDR5
- Memory Clock: 4000MHz (Effective)
- Memory Interface: 256-Bit
- Processing Cores: 384
- Shader Clock: 1800MHz
- 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
- Warranty: 3 years

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer gigabyte
Warranty Type Manufacturer via Aria
Manufacturer Website http://uk.gigabyte.com/
Manufacturer Phone 01908 322878
Warranty Period (yrs)3

Comments, Questions & Reviews:

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 Perfect (Almost) by Flynn

My feelings are of the same for the review before. Absolutely brilliant. Until you play BF3 that is. The voltage (not sure if it was just my pc setting it wrong) was too low for the OC and was running unstable, crashing easily during battlefield.

I used MSI Afterburner to increase the voltage to 1050 mv (1.05 Volts) which stabilised it. The cards cooling is fine with this increase (don't hold me to that, your setup could be different) and sits below 70 with BF3 on almost all settings at ultra.

I am disappointed to see that both Aria and Gigabyte either do not know about this, or fail to mention this to their customers.

The link below takes you to a page describing overclocking a bit and has the links needed for those new to OCing.

(http://mytechencounters.wordpress.com/2011/04/25/gpu-overclocking-overclocking-your-graphic-card/)

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 Great Card by Rhics

I went for this card after reading a lot of reviews about gtx560ti's and i'm really happy with the purchase.

I didn't have to downclock mine and it runs stable at 900mhz core (Stress tested with FurMark). I did however upgrade / flash the bios.

The mini-HDMI isn't a problem as it comes with an adapter which I basically leave plugged in all the time.

My idle temp is low 20's and it never (5 hour BF3 sessions) goes above 60. The fans are really quiet.

Its running quiet happily with my overclocked AMD955be quad-core and a ton of other stuff on a 4-year old Corsair VX550w.

Running Battlefield 3 on High/Ultra with rock solid frames... It never skips a beat and has been a massive upgrade from my (noisy and hot) XFX 5770 xxx.

Also got a free copy of the Batman Arkham city which is out next week (Check Nvidia site) which i'm looking forward too.

Hope this helps :)

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Question  Cores? by Danny C

The main heading for this card states it has 336 cores. However, the features section states this card has 384 cores. Can you tell me which is correct please, and ammend the web page to show the correct value?
Cheers

Answer by stewartz on Wednesday, November 9, 2011
As far as I am aware, after checkeing other sites it is 384 cores, but I cannot be 100% sure. Please contact [email protected] or 0844 999 2499 who should be able to assist you with this.

Question  clock issues by Stanna

I have read a few reviews about this card some state that there is a problem with the speed its been clocked at and need to be lowered to 850-875 mhz to run stable can you confirm any problems regarding this

Answer by daniele on Saturday, November 5, 2011
I'm not aware of any such issues although you may want to confirm that with our sales team: [email protected] or 0844 999 2499.

Question  TV connection by umzyi

if connected to samsung 1080p hdtv through hdmi or dvi cable, would it work ok or will i face any problems?

Thanks

Answer by jorged on Thursday, July 7, 2011
while i can not guarantee the compatibility this should be fine.
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