Video Card MSI N560GTX-Ti Twin Frozr II Golden Edition review

NVIDIA has completed the highest ranks of the 500 series, while serving the low end. Meanwhile, manufacturers have released new revisions of the high-end cards like the GTX 560 Ti. The GTX 560 Ti 384 processors and 1 GB of GDDR5 memory CUDA on a bus of 256 bits. Reference core clock speed is 822 MHz, 1645 and 1002 MHz for memory shadowing. PCIe 2.0 x 16 is the standard for connectivity in NVIDIA AMD runs at 2.1 (in general). These cards support 2-way SLI, and a large number of features that NVIDIA has developed. 3D Surround Sound and Vision is easily compatible with PureVideo HD and 3D multi-monitor support. Microsoft DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4.1 are the supported formats games.

Map review today was provided by MSI and is a variant of Twin II Frozr called Hawk. This model has been overclocked up to 950 MHz core, 1900 MHz shader and 1050 MHz memory. Four heat pipes and two fans  cooling the GPU with thermal pads fresh large memory circuits and power. MSI designed the card to be easily overclocked with the following features strongly throughout OVP and two different types of fans can be selected by simply pressing a switch.

The tension can be controlled actively with voltmeters connected to the ports to facilitate access to the back of the card for basic control of memory, and PLL voltage. Afterburner MSI was developed with three voltage capabilities and control the clock speed of high-level software overclocking easy. August 1st phase power design and quality components to give the military a greater possibility of overclocking and stability margin of power in other cards may have problems in delivery.

All these implementations of design make this a good candidate for extreme cooling and a high-end overclock much more out-of-the-box easily than other cards I've ever seen.

MSI Computer Video Card - N560GTX TI TWIN FROZR II 2GD5 OC

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