NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti . Graphics card for upper-middle-range computers built by the NVIDIA company, one of the great leaders in the field of digital display technologies.


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  • 1 Presentation
  • 2 Architecture
  • 3 Specifications
  • 4 Performance
  • 5 See also
  • 6 Sources


NVidia GTX 560 Ti hits the market with the same magic we’ve seen on other GeForce 500 series models, both on the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 and on the lower echelon, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 . Arguably, the GTX 560 is an improved NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 , with a good job behind that will give excellent performance.



NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560

The 40 nanometer process is maintained and all the parameters of the GPU are improved, highlighting the 822 MHz frequency and 4 GHz memory, compared to previous models of the 500 series. Also, the new GPU is much more efficient from the energy point of view, dropping to 180 watts TDP compared to more than 200 that suppose the higher models. As a result, additional power connectors also vary, becoming “just” two of six pins each.



  • GPU GF114 at 822 MHz., 40 nanometers.
  • 384 CUDA processors.
  • Memory 1 GB GDDR5 at 4,004 MHz.
  • Support for DirectX 11, OpenGL 4.1, 3D Vision and PhysX.
  • Mini HDMIand 2x DVI video outputs .
  • Two 6-pin power connectors, minimum 500 watts of power for the power supply.

The GF114 GPU is the heart of the NVidia GTX 560 Ti, and is similar to the GTX 460, because again we find a new GPU within an existing family. While 580 and 570 opt for the GF110, NVidia GTX 560 Ti includes the GF114 GPU, a brief evolution over the previous one.


Performance Comparison Table

According to internal tests of NVidia, the performance and power of the NVidia GTX 560 is located between the past 470 and 480, always below the GTX 570 and also above the GTX 460, as on the other hand is logical.

As always, with the GTX 560 you can enjoy any current game at any graphic configuration, as long as the rest of the hardware is in accordance. It is not a surprise either, the world of GPUs (graphic processors) is advancing at an absolutely barbaric rate in recent years and this family of video cards located in the upper-mid range can move almost all contemporary games without any problem. that you have on hand. The rule is that you will have a card to play them within a period up to 1 year after the card is released


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