Palit introduces their GeForce GTX 560 Ti Twin Light Turbo
Andy Ruffell / 7 years ago
Palit have today revealed their latest product with a limited edition of a GTX 560 Ti based non-reference design graphics card: the Palit GTX 560 Ti Twin Light Turbo.
This time around, Palit is using a black PCB design as a base unlike their usual red as well as a unique GPU cooler. Similar to that of the Gainward Phantom, the fan is located between the aluminium fins of the heat sink and the graphics card itself. The heatsink is formed of four aluminium pipes connected to the stacked fins on one side, and on the GPU heatsink on the other. The fans draw air through the heatsink to cool the GPU, all of this for a claimed noise output of less than 10 dBA.
No clock speeds have been announced, but we know that being a GTX 560, it’s equipped with a 40nm GeForce Fermi 114 GPU, has a total of 384 CUDA cores as well as 1GB of GDDR5 memory on a 256-bit interface, all of this being DirectX 11 compliant.
Connectivity is available through two DVI, one D-Sub and one HDMI (full size), the GTX 560 is also 2-way SLI capable and draw power from a 6-pin PCI-E connector.
As for the clock speeds, the price and release date haven’t been announced yet.