Gigabyte embraces 448 core GTX 560Ti with a Windforce Cooler
Ryan Martin / 7 years ago
Gigabyte along with Zotac and MSI has announced its 448 core variant of the GTX 560Ti. The GV-N560448-13I card is based on Gigabyte’s own GF110 PCB comprised of ultra durable components. They have also equipped it with Gigabyte’s high performance Windforce cooler which for this card consists of a large vapour chamber with copper heat pipes and aluminium heat sinks as well as three 80mm fans. Nvidia reference clock speeds are maintained in this card but as you might expect there is significant headroom to change the 732MHz Core /1464MHz CUDA /950MHz Memory (3800MHz effective) configuration. This card obviously packs 448 CUDA cores compared to the old GTX 560Ti which had 384. And it uses, like the GTX 570, 1280MB of VRAM across a 320bit bus.
These cards will be available in limited quantities, in the US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Russia, and the Nordics. It will be priced at around $300.