In typical standout fashion, chinese based VGA add-in board partner Colorful has come forward today introducing their latest super duper, highly modified graphics card - the iGame GTX 560Ti Kudan.
Straight off the bat when you look at the accompanying photos of this card, you can see it's a huge step away from the norm and clearly stands right out. There might be a real lot of GTX 560Ti's on the market, but nothing quite like this one.
Colorful has not only designed a stronger custom PCB for this card, but it also comes with a add-in card that provides additional power phases. The triple-slot cooler boasting ten heatpipes and three fans (one 90mm and two 80mm) is truly a work of art, as shown in the photos, with a chunky backplate and also coming with five detachable heatsinks (which are a part of the Air-Kit), along with paints and brushes in the Color-Kit to further customize the look of your GTX 560Ti Kudan's cooler how you see fit.
Without the use of the Turbo-Kit daughter card, the GTX 560 Ti Kudan features eight phases as is, while with the daugher card will boost it up to 12 phases. It depends on three 6-pin PCIe power connectors and comes with 384 CUDA cores and a 256-bit interface. The card's GPU clock speed comes in at 820MHz, which goes up to 900MHz with the Turbo BIOS on-board and a whopping 1010MHz with the Monster BIOS that becomes available if you connect the Turbo-Kit.
The card sports 1GB of GDDR5 memory running at 4000MHz stock, 4200MHz Turbo, and 4500MHz Monster. Additional features include 2-Way SLI support as well as dual-DVI and HDMI outputs.
We haven't been made aware of pricing as yet, but for obvious reasons that is one aspect of this card that definitely won't be so attractive.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:23 am CDT
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