ELSA presents a compact GeForce GTX 560 Ti
Andy Ruffell / 7 years ago
Just as more and more people are looking for small and compact PC solution, finding the adequate graphics card that will fit in small spaces without losing their graphic power is difficult; yet ELSA, a Japanese graphics card manufacturer, have lately unveiled a compact version of nVidia’s GeForce GTX 560 Ti.
Renamed ELSA Gladiac GTX 560 Ti Mini, the length of the PCB has been reduced by 59mm, making it small enough to fit in a mini-ITX setup, but it doesn’t loses its graphic qualities.
Featuring the GTX 560 Ti GPU clocked at 822 MHz, equipped with 1GB of GDDR5 memory ove a 256-bit interface and clocked at 4008 MHz as well as having CUDA cores clocked at 1644 MHz, you’ll be able to enjoy 1080p without too much problem, and gaming shouldn’t be too restricted either.
The cooling is taken care of by a 80mm fan on top of a dense aluminium fin array connected to the usual heat-pipe and fan-heatsink assembly.
Connectivity won’t be a problem at all, you can find two DVI and one HDMI, most of which are easily found on modern displays.
With expandability allowing for a 2-way SLI setup, you shouldn’t have trouble finding a smaller space for your computer equipped with this.
The ELSA Gladiac GTX 560 Ti Mini is set to hit the market next week but for an unknown price.