NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 cores, packs a great green punch

NVIDIA set to unleash the 448 core GTX 560 Ti later this month.

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NVIDIA are set to unleash their latest graphics card, the GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 cores on the 29th of November. It has been talked about for a little while now, but the official specifications are now available for us to drool over, so let's get into it.


The original GeForce GTX 560 Ti launched back in January of this year and featured the GF114 silicon, 384 CUDA cores, a 256-bit wide GDDR5 memory interface, 1GB of memory, high clock speed and some great overclocking potential. This caused AMD to go red with anger, as NVIDIA liked to say that their GTX 560 Ti "pwned" the Radeon HD 6870. AMD came back swinging with the HD 6950 and was able to lay some smack down on the 560 Ti.

NVIDIA doesn't want its crown taken away from the $250-ish price point, which is why they've gone back to the drawing board on the 560 Ti and introduced a redesigned version. The new GeForce GTX 560 Ti will sport the "448 cores" brand extension, which will of course include 448 CUDA cores compared to the 384 on the original 560 Ti. The new SKU will feature the same silicon that is on the GTX 570, 580 and GTX590 cards are based on: GF110.

The chip will carry the marking "GF110-270-A1", aside from the 448 CUDA cores, it will have a memory bus width of 320-bit, 1280MB of RAM (the same as the GTX 570). Clock speeds will be 732MHz core, 1464MHz CUDA and 950MHz actual memory clock speed. The only difference between the GTX 570 and the new 448 core GTX 560 Ti is the CUDA count, 448 versus 480 on the 570.

NEWS SOURCE:techpowerup.com

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