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ASUS GeForce GTX 560 Reviews:
insidehw.com: In certain situations, when a company is using practically the same chips for two or more product generations, the need to rename a certain older-generation product is unavoidable. In order to simplify that process for the end users and avoid them drowning in a torrent of names, prefixes and suffixes, the simplest way is to rename the product with some slight changes and place it (either by name or price) into the newer category. NVIDIA is familiar with this concept, in fact, too familiar - this strategy got completely out of hand back in the era of GeForce 8, 9 and GT200. Luckily, history doesn?t have to repeat itself, and this move is entirely justified in the case of GTX560. This card is the one that should be put right behind GTX560 with the Ti(tanium) suffix, and therefore replace the very popular GTX460 with 1 GB VRAM, which was the first Fermi-based product to offer truly excellent performance at a moderate price...
overclock3d.net: In need of a GPU upgrade but have been holding off for something more affordable? Hopefully ASUS have just what you need.
techpowerup.com: ASUS GeForce GTX 560 TOP Direct CU II is a close to perfect implementation of NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 560 non-Ti. The card comes with increased clock speeds out of the box which results in the same performance as the GTX 560 Ti. ASUS' thermal solution manages to impress too. It is whisper quiet, has tons of OC potential and temperatures under load are around 70?C.
tweaktown.com: I've become quite a fan of the new GTX 560 thanks to the aggressive price tag NVIDIA have chosen to go with. At $199 US it's a fantastic valued card and combined with the fact NVIDIA have let its partners go a little crazy straight away with the model helps make the launch more interesting than others. Today we'll be looking at the ASUS version of the card which carries the DirectCU II label, which we know means we're going to be looking at an awesome cooler while the TOP label that's also present lets us know we're going to have quite the overclock out of the box.
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This is a post from the OpenBenchmarking.org Blog. ASUS GeForce GTX 560 Reviews was posted in Product Launches on Thursday, 19 May 2011.