EVGA Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 TI FPB PCIE 2.0CTLR1GB MINI HDMI DVI-I - 01G-P3-1561-KR
Introducing the latest in high performance graphics accelerators, the EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti. This card allows you to discover incredibly detailed DirectX 11 worlds with tessellation performance that destroys the competition. Not to mention it also offers general performance increases of over 3x the performance of previous generations. It just all about speed though, the EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti gives you NVIDIA Surround, 3D Vision, PhysX, SLI and more.
Customer Reviews of EVGA Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 TI FPB PCIE 2.0CTLR1GB MINI HDMI DVI-I
Great value, great warranty9/20/2012
This card performs well for the money, fits in most cases, and the fan is quiet, with the latest drivers I'm able to run planetside 2 and guild wars 2 smoothly, and by registering the serial number with EVGA you get a lifetime warranty (I've used this before to get a raeplacement when I broke a fan blade off, the RMA process is very easy and I got a replacement quickly)
I would have traded my wife in if i could for this7/9/2012
This product is Awesome! Not only fast and reliable but evga has been constantly updating software for quality and performance. I have the hdmi output to our 55" 3D bravia and a dvi to our 24" touchscreen and this product just performs. This product is capable of true blue ray 3d. You wont be dissapointed.
Very Good Card for dual screens5/18/2012
I upgraded from a GT220 (80$). This is the first higher end card I have owned. Needless to say, I am very impressed and now, a little bit ruined. This card pumps out the frames. All games can be "maxed out" and you still get performance: even at higher resolutions. I do admit that ATI HD cards will scale a little better with higher resolutions (a few more frames per second) and I have owned ATI hardware before. But, this card has been compared to several higher-priced cards that are not in it's reference performance bracket. This is just a remarkable deal. Later on down the road, when I rebuild my PC, I will purchase another (the price will probably drop by then) and I will SLI them. The Free Performance Boost is really why I bought the card. It is a little overclocked from the factory. I do not want to push my card any harder than I need to for 2 extra frames. I want this thing to LAST.