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In The Box
Driver Disk, User Manual, DVI-to-VGA Adapter, Mini-HDMI to HDMI Adapter, 2 x Dual MOLEX to 6-pin PCIe Power Cable, ZOTAC Boost Premium Software Bundle
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti
Clock speed of 1645 MHz
Processors and Cores
384 Stream Processor
RAMDAC Clock Speed
PCI Express 2.0 x 16
Cooling and Heatsink
GeForce GTX 560 Ti G.One Signature Edition
Power Supply Required
256-bit, 1 GB DDR5 Memory with 4000 MHz
2560 x 1600 (Digital)
Graphics Technologies Supported
Microsoft DirectX v11, Open GL Optimization v4.1, Yes support
DVI and HDMI Interface
2 x DVI Output Out, Yes x Dual Link DVI Out, DVI-to-VGA Adapter
1 x Mini HDMI Output
1 x Display Port Out
HD Content Support
HDCP Support and HDTV Support
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
228.6 x 111.15
NVIDIA Unified Architecture, NVIDIA PhysX Technology, NVIDIA CUDA Technology, NVIDIA PureVideo HD Technology, RoHS Compliant, ZOTAC Firestorm, HDMI xvYCC Color and DeepColor Technologies, Hardware-accelerated Blu-ray 3D Ready
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
Not Covered in Warranty
Forceful Tampering, Burnt, Mishandling and Physical Damage
I needed to upgrade my old 8800GT, so i was thinking which card to get.. the 560ti or the HD6950. when i read about online reviews, the two cards are quite equally matched, but then there was the issue about the size.. this card is not more than 10 inch long while the 6950 was around 1 inch longer. for a cramped cabinet like mine, it was an obvious choice, since its shorter PCB and lower price than the HD 6950, but it may not be to everyone's liking because there is a picture of Shah Rukkh on...
I was using 9800 GTX plus, and thought to upgrade. Bought one Zotac 560 ti. Started crashing on day one. When I went through various forums it is the same irrecoverabe problem worldwide. I have been a nvidia fan for about 6 years, but I wqas forced to move on to ATI because of this card. I strongly recommoend ATI 6950
Though I bought this card from the Market, wanted to add a review about this great product.
I was very happy with the Performance of this card; Most of the games in the market right now can be played on maximum settings. Hours of gameplay and still no issues with the heat generated (though you also need a good Cabinet for it).
I've been reading other reviews as well about crashing and all, though haven't really faced it so far (its been over 1 years); either with Windows 7 or Windows 8, whi...