EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2Win Dual-GPU Pre-Orders Detected
The EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2Win DUAL GPU, odd as it sounds, outperforms the GTX 580 by 30%.
EVGA is teasing this baby with the marketing slogan: “Is it a GTX 585?”, to demonstrate how this card is rather a better card than the GTX 580.
I’m very confused by this product considering EVGA is competing with itself with a product that nearly shares the same price point.
The GTX 580 costs MSRP: $589.99, while the outperformer GTX 560 Ti 2Win Dual-GPU costs 571.36.
The GTX 560 Ti 2Win offers blistering DirectX 11 performance right off the box, including Tessellation — that thing people are going crazy for nowadays.
The card handles three displays: 3 Dual-Link DVI-I HDCP capable connectors, and HDMI x 1.
NVIDIA 3D surround with only one card, 3D Vision and PhysX ready.
This is also the first time I ever see a graphics card with three integrated fans. Now that’s hot! Err, cool … as in “temperature”, but still cool … as in “zomg, neat!” A YouTube video trailer can be watched below.
GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2Win Dual-GPU
- Core Clock Speed: 850MHz
- CUDA Cores: 768
- Memory: 2048MB GDDR5
- Memory Clock Speed: 4008MHz
- Memory Bandwidth: 256.6GB/sec
- Shader Clock Speed: 1700MHz
- Bus: PCI-E 2.0
- Interface: DVI-I, DVI-I, DVI-I, Mini-HDMI
- Product Warranty: 3 year warranty upgradable upon registration
- Product Length: 11.5in – 292.1mm
The GTX 560 Ti 2Win Dual-GPU is now a direct competitor of the XFX AMD Radeon HD 6990 which AMD claims to be the fastest graphics card in the world.
|Specs||GTX 560 Ti 2Win||GTX 580||Radeon HD 6990|
|Core Clock Speed||850MHz||772MHz||830MHz|
|Memory||2048MB GDDR5||3072MB GDDR5||4000MB GDDR5|
|Memory Clock Speed||4008MHz||4008 MHz||1250MHz|
|Shader Clock Speed||1700MHz||1544MHz||N/A|
|Mem. Bandwidth||256.6 GB/sec||192.4 GB/s||5.0Gbps|
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