MSI has just launched another glorious graphics card into its well regarded Twin Frozr II series based on the popular GTX 560 Ti. Sporting that lovely, eye catching heat-pipe happy Twin Frozr II cooler, one of the other major standouts of the particular model is the arguably useful doubled up GDDR5 memory at 2GB.
Touching base on the specs, the card has 384 CUDA Cores, a 256-bit interface and carries support for 2-way SLI. MSI packs it with Military Class II components, including Hi-C Capacitors with a Tantalum core, Super Ferrite Chokes and All-Solid Caps with an aluminum core, while its connectivity options come in the form of dual-DVI along with a mini HDMI output.
The card will come out of the box with increased clock rates of 880/1760/4008 MHz, versus 822/1645/4008 MHz on the standard GTX 560 Ti. The card should be hitting shelves anytime soon.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:23 am CDT
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