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ZOTAC NVIDIA Geforce GTX 560 Ti OC Edition 1 GB GDDR5 Graphics Card

  • 384 CUDA Cores
  • 905MHz GPU Clock Speed
  • PCI-E 2.0 x16 Bus Std.
  • 1 GB GDDR5 Memory
2 Years ZOTAC India Warranty and Free Transit Insurance. See Details
Rs. 19,900
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Key Features of ZOTAC NVIDIA Geforce GTX 560 Ti OC Edition 1 GB GDDR5 Graphics Card

  • 384 CUDA Cores
  • 905 MHz GPU Clock Speed
  • PCI-E 2.0 x16 Bus Standard
  • 1 GB GDDR5 Memory
  • 1 GB GDDR5 Memory
  • NVIDIA 3D Vision Support
  • 2560 x 1600 Maximum Digital Resolution

Specifications of ZOTAC NVIDIA Geforce GTX 560 Ti OC Edition 1 GB GDDR5 Graphics Card

General
Brand ZOTAC
Graphics Engine NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti
GPU Clock 905 MHz
Shader Clock speed of 1810
Processors and Cores 384 Stream Processor, 384 CUDA Cores
RAMDAC Clock Speed 400
Bus Standard PCI Express 2.0 x16
Cooling and Heatsink Fan (dual-slot)
Model ID Geforce GTX 560 Ti OC Edition
Power Supply Required 500 W
Memory
Memory 256-bit, 1 GB GDDR5 Memory with 4010 MHz
Memory Bandwidth 128 GB/sec
Display
Maximum Resolution 2560 x 1600 (Digital), 2048 x 1536 (Analog)
Technologies Supported
Graphics Technologies Supported Microsoft DirectX v11, Open GL Optimization v4.1, 2-way NVIDIA SLI support
3D Support Yes support
Connectivity
DVI and HDMI Interface 2 x DVI Output Out, Yes x Dual Link DVI Out, DVI-to-VGA adapter, Mini-HDMI to HDMI adapter,
Mini HDMI 1 x Mini HDMI Output
Other Interface N/A x Display Port Out, Multi Monitor support
HD Content Support HDCP Support
System Requirements
Supported OS Windows 7, Windows Vista
Dimensions
Dimensions 111 x 228.6 mm
Other Features
Additional Features NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround, Realtime Raytracing, NVIDIA PureVideo Technology, NVIDIA PhysX Technology, ZOTAC Firestorm Technology
Warranty
Warranty Summary 2 Years Warranty from Supplier with Additional 3 Years after Registering with Zotac. Please Visit: www.zotac.com/support/warranty-manager/register.html for Registration
Covered in Warranty Manufacturing Defects
Not Covered in Warranty Forceful Tampering, Burnt, Mishandling and Physical Damage
Service Type Carry In
Domestic Term 2 Years
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Reviews of ZOTAC NVIDIA Geforce GTX 560 Ti OC Edition 1 GB GDDR5 Graphics Card

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★★★★★
★★★★★
Akshay Patil
15 Jul 2012
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Great Card but mind the specifications

This is actually the standard edition of the zotac 560ti not the overclocked or the amp edition. The model number for this card is ZT-50306-10M. The clock speed is nvidia reference 822 mhz core clock and not 950 mhz as stated in the specifications. Flipkart needs to get its act together in this respect. Otherwise, i am satisfied with the performance of this card. My system speccs are-
AMD phenom II X4 965 BE (3.4 Ghz). zotac gtx 560ti. Gigabyte 880GM motherboard. Corsair CX 430 power supply. 4 GB DDR1300 RAM.

Unigine Heaven score v3.0 Basic
FPS - 30.3
Score - 763
Min - 10.6
Max - 77.5
Re...
()

This is actually the standard edition of the zotac 560ti not the overclocked or the amp edition. The model number for this card is ZT-50306-10M. The clock speed is nvidia reference 822 mhz core clock and not 950 mhz as stated in the specifications. Flipkart needs to get its act together in this respect. Otherwise, i am satisfied with the performance of this card. My system speccs are-
AMD phenom II X4 965 BE (3.4 Ghz). zotac gtx 560ti. Gigabyte 880GM motherboard. Corsair CX 430 power supply. 4 GB DDR1300 RAM.

Unigine Heaven score v3.0 Basic
FPS - 30.3
Score - 763
Min - 10.6
Max - 77.5
Re...
This is actually the standard edition of the zotac 560ti not the overclocked or the amp edition. The model number for this card is ZT-50306-10M. The clock speed is nvidia reference 822 mhz core clock and not 950 mhz as stated in the specifications. Flipkart needs to get its act together in this respect. Otherwise, i am satisfied with the performance of this card. My system speccs are-
AMD phenom II X4 965 BE (3.4 Ghz). zotac gtx 560ti. Gigabyte 880GM motherboard. Corsair CX 430 power supply. 4 GB DDR1300 RAM.

Unigine Heaven score v3.0 Basic
FPS - 30.3
Score - 763
Min - 10.6
Max - 77.5
Render: direct3d11
Mode: 1440x900 8xAA fullscreen
Shaders: high
Textures: high
Filter: trilinear
Anisotropy: 16x
Occlusion: enabled
Refraction: enabled
Volumetric: enabled
Tessellation: extreme

6 of 6 users found this review helpful.
★★★★★
★★★★★
04 Dec 2012
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Perfect for a mid-range gamer, too bad they discontinued it.

I was looking for a mid range card and so far, this one has not disappointed me at all. I have thrown almost everything (Crysis, Crysis 2, Battlefield 3; to name the most GPU intensive games) at it and the only time it failed me was at the full HD (1920x1080) resolution on Crysis. The game crashed. But hey! Every other game runs smoothly with everything maxed out. I am a quality freak and I never tweak the settings much, I just max out everything.
So apart from Crysis, every other game runs great. By great I mean >40 FPS. And even Crysis will run at full HD resolution if one tweaks some...
()

I was looking for a mid range card and so far, this one has not disappointed me at all. I have thrown almost everything (Crysis, Crysis 2, Battlefield 3; to name the most GPU intensive games) at it and the only time it failed me was at the full HD (1920x1080) resolution on Crysis. The game crashed. But hey! Every other game runs smoothly with everything maxed out. I am a quality freak and I never tweak the settings much, I just max out everything.
So apart from Crysis, every other game runs great. By great I mean >40 FPS. And even Crysis will run at full HD resolution if one tweaks some...
I was looking for a mid range card and so far, this one has not disappointed me at all. I have thrown almost everything (Crysis, Crysis 2, Battlefield 3; to name the most GPU intensive games) at it and the only time it failed me was at the full HD (1920x1080) resolution on Crysis. The game crashed. But hey! Every other game runs smoothly with everything maxed out. I am a quality freak and I never tweak the settings much, I just max out everything.
So apart from Crysis, every other game runs great. By great I mean >40 FPS. And even Crysis will run at full HD resolution if one tweaks some settings.

I took so long in writing this review because I tested it with my new full HD monitor today only. Earlier I had a really low-res one. The new one is a Samsung 21.5 inch LED - S22B370H Monitor (also bought from Flipkart). It is a great monitor, go buy it.

So there you have it - a great mid range card. nVidia fans can still hunt for it if they want to. As for the others, go for the Radeon HD7850 2GB.

1 of 1 users found this review helpful.
★★★★★
★★★★★
20 Mar 2012
first to review
Great card, but bad price. NO TWIN FROZR !!

14K are u serious ! Its not even a "Twin-Frozr-II". Single FAN. RAM doesn't matter in game, its all about CORES AND COOLING. Insteade buy a GTX 560 (non-Ti) for INR 10.5K

But this card is the best in its class. I wud go for ATI6870 at 12.5K for same performance.

1 of 6 users found this review helpful.
★★★★★
★★★★★
09 Nov 2013
This card sucks

A disgrace to the graphic card manufacturers, Zotac has finally done it once again. Since the first day of arrival, its giving me nightmares. Launched Modern Warfare 2 the very first day and got a beep sound with blue screen of death. Hard reboot and repeat. Same with other two high-end games. I was a total noob about GPUs at that time so I decided to do some research on the internet to see if it was game-specific. Turns out, the bastard had heating problems since the first day. I spent the next three nights learning and overclocking this goddamn thing to get it function right. Ended up wit... ()

A disgrace to the graphic card manufacturers, Zotac has finally done it once again. Since the first day of arrival, its giving me nightmares. Launched Modern Warfare 2 the very first day and got a beep sound with blue screen of death. Hard reboot and repeat. Same with other two high-end games. I was a total noob about GPUs at that time so I decided to do some research on the internet to see if it was game-specific. Turns out, the bastard had heating problems since the first day. I spent the next three nights learning and overclocking this goddamn thing to get it function right. Ended up wit...
A disgrace to the graphic card manufacturers, Zotac has finally done it once again. Since the first day of arrival, its giving me nightmares. Launched Modern Warfare 2 the very first day and got a beep sound with blue screen of death. Hard reboot and repeat. Same with other two high-end games. I was a total noob about GPUs at that time so I decided to do some research on the internet to see if it was game-specific. Turns out, the bastard had heating problems since the first day. I spent the next three nights learning and overclocking this goddamn thing to get it function right. Ended up with actually "underclocking" to get it stable. Why am I here to suddenly post my review now, you ask? Well, it almost died on me today. Turns out the thermal paste was not applied properly. I picked it up like that from the factory. The guys over at Zotac did a preposterous job setting this card up. I also requested them to RMA this card when I first started experiencing issues. No replies at all. The company doesn't get back to you. Once its sold, you're on your own. Now I've submitted it for RMA at their Okhla Service Center and they aren't even giving me a new unit. When asked, they refuse to give out any ETA on the arrival. Its been close to 2 weeks and my work and gaming, simultaneously, are suffering a lot but who gives a sh!t? I regret the day I chose this card for my rig. But hey, I didn't have a choice. They've flooded the markets with their cards only so that the customers are left with all but one choice. Its still like that. The other day I built a machine for my friend. Everywhere I went they offered me Zotac ONLY. And I was ready to settle for anything but Zotac. In the end, we FINALLY found a Gainward card and our hunt ended. Guys, its a hit or miss, trust me. I've seen the internet flooded with complaints against Zotac. PLEASE don't buy this junk. I'd rather throw my money in a drainage than buying a Zotac card. Never again!

0 of 1 users found this review helpful.
★★★★★
★★★★★
03 Nov 2012
ZOTAC is a brand to trust.

i have been using this ZOTAC 560 Ti graphics card from past 2-3 months and i haven't faced a single problem yet.This graphics card is just awesome.You can play all the latest games at max settings.I have played games like max payne 3,assasin's creed series, gta 4,saints row the third ,alan wake,battlefield 3,fifa 13 at max settings(resolution -1920*1080).for those who wants to play gta 4 at max will need 2 gb of this version of card.otherwise this card is more that sufficient to play latest games at 50-60 fps..Don't spend more money on other version of 560 ti which is more costly than this.

0 of 0 users found this review helpful.

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★★★★★
★★★★★
09 Nov 2013
This card sucks

A disgrace to the graphic card manufacturers, Zotac has finally done it once again. Since the first day of arrival, its giving me nightmares. Launched Modern Warfare 2 the very first day and got a beep sound with blue screen of death. Hard reboot and repeat. Same with other two high-end games. I... (View complete review)

★★★★★
★★★★★
04 Dec 2012
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Perfect for a mid-range gamer, too bad they discontinued it.

I was looking for a mid range card and so far, this one has not disappointed me at all. I have thrown almost everything (Crysis, Crysis 2, Battlefield 3; to name the most GPU intensive games) at it and the only time it failed me was at the full HD (1920x1080) resolution on Crysis. The game crashe... (View complete review)

★★★★★
★★★★★
03 Nov 2012
ZOTAC is a brand to trust.

i have been using this ZOTAC 560 Ti graphics card from past 2-3 months and i haven't faced a single problem yet.This graphics card is just awesome.You can play all the latest games at max settings.I have played games like max payne 3,assasin's creed series, gta 4,saints row the third ,alan wake,b... (View complete review)

★★★★★
★★★★★
23 Aug 2012
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Yes it is GOOD gpu

Good GPU...You can play evry recent games is ULTRA settings.
i am not mentioning any features they are given in product page.

this is OC edition 905MHz.

temperature rises quickly, also decreases quick.
All is good in this board. but except that I want to mention something...I thought the heat s...
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