Here we have the backside, the PCB is clean and has an uncomplicated design. Make note of the fact that there is just one SLI connector to be found, allowing just two cards to be setup in multi-GPU mode.
The cards actually comes with a 4-phase power design and is built for overclocking, there's a lot of headroom to be found there which we will investigate later on in this article, but anywhere from 900 to even a 1000 MHz on the GPU core is a very plausible.
Also you'll find that these boards are equipped with 5 GBPs memory, allowing in theory the memory to be clocked at 5 GHz (effective), the memory voltage will need to be tweaked for that though.
Here you can see the card in action, the card come with the very same power monitoring hardware as introduced in the GTX 570/580 cards, though custom design boards form NVIDIA partners might opt to leave that out. The GTX 560 inevitable will replace the GTX 460 lineup and is aimed against the Radeon HD 6870 product.
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