Nvidia’s new mid-range card got a bump in speed from Zotac recently when they released a variant of the GTX 560 Ti. The new mid-range GPU from Nvidia was released a few weeks back to replace the GTX 460. The card includes more CUDA cores and a higher clock speed than last Summer’s 460. The stock core speed of the 560 Ti is 822MHz, but Zotac has squeezed another 128Mhz of processing power out of her, rounding off with an impressive core speed of 950Mhz.
Full specs below:
Core Clock: 950MHz
Core Processors: 384 Stream Processors
Memory Clock: 4400MHz
Memory Type: GDDR5
Memory Interface: 256-bit
Memory Size: 1GB
The new card also comes with a download coupon for Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, which has a PC release date of February 22nd. You can get the full low-down over on Zotac’s product page.
Nvidia today officially announced the inclusion of a new mid-range graphics card. We’ve heard the rumors for a few weeks now, but the company put out the word on its GTX 460 successor on the Nvidia blog.
The GTX 560 Ti is squarely aimed at the sub $250 demographic, offering better performance and power consumption than the 460 while still being based on the same architecture. The 560 TI boasts an impressive 21% better power efficiency and 33% better performance than last year’s mid-range sensation.
Nvidia are building the GTX 560 Ti up to be “the fastest GPU you can get for under $250..”