GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 core review
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 11/28/2011 02:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
The GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 Core
Compared to its bigger brother (570), the GTX 560 Ti (448 Core) will come with one of the 15 streaming modules (a cluster of 32 shader processors) disabled, to provide a total of 448 shader processor cores. The rest of the 448 cores include 56 texture units, 40 ROP units and a 320-bit memory bus connected to 1.28GB of graphics memory, similar to the the GeForce GTX 570. The card is basically a GeForce GTX 570 with 1 Shader Module disabled.
The card's reference clock frequencies will also mimic those of its older brother as the GPU will work at 732MHz, while the GDDR5 video buffer is clocked at 950MHz (3.80GHz effective). Together with the increased performance offered by the new graphics core, the power consumption of the card has also grown since the GTX 560 Ti 448 uses the same 0.950V to 1.100V voltage range as the GTX 570.
GeForce GTX 560 Ti
So the GeForce GTX 560 Ti is in fact based on the GF104 GPU, it has 384 shader processor cores, 32 ROPs, and a 256-bit wide memory interface that connects to four 64-bit controllers with each 256MB memory tied to it, so that's 1 GB of memory in total.
The reference GPU has holstered rather high GPU clock speeds, with 822 MHz core, 1644 MHz on the shader cores, and 4000 MHz (GDDR5 effective datarate) memory, chunking out a very decent 128 GB/s in memory bandwidth -- reference of course.
GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 Core
So the GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 Core is based on the GF110 GPU, it has 448 shader processor cores, 40 ROPs, 56 texture units and a 320-bit wide memory interface that connects to five 64-bit controllers with each 256MB memory tied to it, so that's 1.28 GB of memory in total.
The GF110 reference GPU has high clock speeds as well, with 732 MHz core, 1464 MHz on the shader cores, and 3800 MHz (GDDR5 effective datarate) memory, chunking out 152 GB/s in memory bandwidth -- reference speeds of course.
560 Ti 448
|Stream (Shader) Processors||448||384||448||480||512|
|Core Clock (MHz)||607||822||732||732||772|
|Shader Clock (MHz)||1215||1644||1464||1464||1544|
|Memory Clock (effective MHz)||3350||4008||3800||3800||4000|
|Two Dual link DVI||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
Much like it's older brothers, NVIDIA remains comfortable at the 40nm fabrication node.
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