Alright, let's have a peek at the MSI 560GTX-Ti HAWK model, above you can see the card we tested with it's bundle. A 822 MHz is the default reference clock frequency used on the core, this cards clocks in at 950 MHz. Based on a 2:1 ratio the shader processor are clocked double of that, 1900 MHz.
The 1GB 256-bit GDDR5 memory is clocked at an effective data-rate of 4200 MHz. The design is stylish alright, we like that. Black PCB, which is roughly 10-inches in length. This card will eat up two PCI slots. Sitting on top of it is the Twin Frozr III cooler which has two 80mm fans blowing air over a heatpipe based cooler (4 thick pipes). A very sturdy design.
Two 6-pin PEG power connectors are required for this board. Power consumption is rated at a 170W TDP for the reference design 1024MB model, the TDP as we measure it is in fact a fraction higher due to the factory overclock which needs a slightly higher voltage. The power-connectors have been seated at top side.
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