EVGA today launches the GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2Win. A card with cool looks, a pair of GF114 GPUs and heck it even comes a little overclocked for ya, as the core frequency clocks in at 850 MHz whereas a default GTX 560 Ti is ticking and tacking away at 822 MHz.
Currenrently we have this card on our test bench and we have spotted an NF200 switch chip to provide the necessary data links in-between the GPUs, and yes .. that means internally they are setup in SLI mode. The cooling system consists our of three fans, based on a heatpipe heatsink.
With games like Battlefield 3, Skyrim and Batman: Arkham City and Crysis 2 DX11, that might be a terrific alternative in the Q4 holiday season for many. More on this on Monday when we launch a full review.
eVGA launches GTX480 and 470 - 03/27/2010 11:36 AM
eVGA also issues their rpess releases and announces a complete series right away. The product they'll release include pre-overclock version and a liquid-cooled version as well: GTX 480&470 GTX 48...