Those of you, who had opportunity to own older GeForce TI series, GeForce 2 Ti and GeForce 4 Ti know the reasons to Ti series popularity. It was exactly GeForce 4 Ti that introduced the world with Multi display technology as well as Accuview Antialiasing and nfiniteFX engine.
With a redesigned GF100 GPU, NVIDIA presents latest model from Ti Series GTX 560 Ti. It may not be as revolutionary and groundbreaking as it was with older models, but still, Ti has aces up its sleeve. Incredible performance and low price, what else would you wish from the gaming card. GPU GF114 with 256 bit memory interface GTX 560 Ti shows impressive results especially in SLI mode.
GTX 560 Ti beats any video card with same price range. GTX 560 Ti supports all the technologies that Fermi cards do: PhysX, Surround, 3D Vision and CUDA. GTX 560 Ti shows better results than 460 series in almost every application and benchmark. Surprisingly, it shows better results in most applications than 470. Testing’s under game engines such as Crysis, Metro 2033, HAWX 2, Mafia 2 etc. along with different benchmarking applications are used to measure VGA performance. In some games GTX 560 Ti has better performance than more expensive cards like Radeon HD 6950.
GTX 560 Ti with its huge overclocking potential produces small amount of heat and it doesn’t require special cooling systems such as water cooling. 560 Ti has fairly low fan noise and low power consumption.
GTX560 Ti is an ideal choice for price range between 245$ to 265$