Zotac announce a beefed up GTX 560 TI with 448 cores
Andy Ruffell / 7 years ago
While the GTX 560 is coming to a year of service along with the GTX 560 Ti, Nvidia hasn’t been very present with this particular ‘offspring’. Zotac have recently given it more attention, feeding it steroids at the same time.
Unlike the reference GTX 560 Ti, Zotac’s latest GTX 560 TI features 448 cores, that’s 64 more than the reference (384) but also 32 less than the GTX 570 (448). That’s not all, unlike the original memory bus of 256-bit, this new product features a 320-bit wide bus for a total of 1280MB of memory.
For connectivity we can see two DVI-I, one HDMI and one DisplayPort. The cooling is basically the same as the one found of the other GTX 560 Ti in Zotac’s catalogue with the same colour combination of black and yellow.
As Fudzilla rightfully noted, being a limited edition, it could easily be an underclocked version of the GTX 570 instead of a beefed up GTX 560 Ti, therefore being equipped with a GF110 and not a GF114, although this is rather unsure.
Pricing details and availability have not been announced but it shouldn’t take long for the Zotac GTX 560 TI to show itself.