KFA2 GeForce GTX 560 White edition and Anarchy review
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 01/26/2011 02:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
Product Gallery KFA2 GTX 560 LTD OC WHITE EDITION
Right, next one then. Here we have the KFA2 GeForce GTX 560 LTD OC White edition. We'll zoom into that white PCB in a minute, the card is based on the previous GTX 400 series cooler design but this time receives an aluminum cover.
Included in the bundle are the regulars like PCIe power converters, driver CD, manual and a full HDMI cable (though ours was missing).
The card is fantastic to see, and it just feels very sturdy. It comes loaded with features like its factory clock frequency at 950 MHz on the primary GPU core and 4400 MHz on the memory at default. This card has 0.4 ns DDR5 memory (= 5000 MHz), all covered up by that Quad heat pipe copper base cooler with an aluminum cover sitting on top of it.
You can spot it already, a white PCB, which is roughly 10-inches in length. This card will eat up two PCI slots (dual-slot). Again, this is a very sturdy design.
Here we see something unusual, all GTX 560 cards come with two 6-pin PEG power connectors, the LTD OC White edition however comes with 6+8-pin PEG power connectors to get some more juice flowing to the graphics card that feeds its Digital PWM circuit (6 phase digital for GPU, 2 phase analog for memory). Voltage regulation wise the board has been equipped with the Volterra VT1185M (main controller) + VT1157SF (integrated MOSFET + Driver).
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