techpowerup.com: NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 560 Ti is priced at the sweet spot of $249. It comes with a redesigned graphics processor that enables higher clock speeds and lower power consumption. NVIDIA's reference design board excels with nice overclocking potential and low fan noise.
hardwaresecrets.com: NVIDIA is releasing today their latest GPU, the GeForce GTX 560 Ti. Let?s see what you can expect from it.
hardwareheaven.com: In the first of our GTX 560 Ti launch articles we have the Palit GTX 560 Ti Sonic on our test bench and will be running it through a selection of real world tests to establish how well it performs against the current line-up from AMD and NVIDIA. Tests will include Black Ops, Crysis, F1 2010 and of course our usual selection of GPU computing and multimedia tests.
hothardware.com: If you?ve been on top of the graphics space the last few months, you?ll no doubt be aware that NVIDIA recently introduced the GeForce GTX 580 and 570, which feature the GF110 GPU; an updated version of the GF100 which arrived with the GeForce GTX 480. In a similar move, the GF114 GPU that powers the new GeForce GTX 560 Ti is a fresh take on the GF104, which debuted on the GeForce GTX 460 a few months back.
ninjalane.com: Now for those of you who were gaming in 2002, you may recall the beloved Geforce Ti series or even owned one. These cards were hugely popular with the community and turned out to be a goldmine for NVidia. As you can see the naming scheme has returned to play upon the reputation those cards attained.
techreport.com: I don't wish to alarm you, but two very powerful things are converging upon us simultaneously. First, we have the introduction of a new video card from Nvidia aimed smack dab at the soft, chewy center of the price-performance curve. Second, we're on the cusp of a huge upgrade cycle, prompted by one Miss Sandy Bridge, Intel's sparkling new mid-range CPU.
techgage.com: After being hidden for the past eight years, NVIDIA has brought back the &quot;Ti&quot; name for its GeForce GTX 560 Ti. The GeForce4 Ti 4200, introduced in 2002, was a card that offered both great pricing and superb performance. NVIDIA looks to recreate the same sort of excitement with its GTX 560 Ti, but has it succeeded?
hardwareheaven.com: Over the last year or so one of the more popular models in the mainstream area has been the GeForce GTS 450, a card which many consumers saw as offering a good balance of features and performance for the price. As the NVIDIA product catalogue changed, seeing the release of the GTX 560, 570 and 580 this meant there was a reasonable gap between the GTS 450 and the 460/560 Ti and today we see the release of a product designed to improve on the GTS model while filling the space below the higher specification cards.
anandtech.com: Throughout the lifetime of the 400 series, NVIDIA launched 4 GPUs: GF100, GF104, GF106, and GF108. Launched in that respective order, they became the GTX 480, GTX 460, GTS 450, and GT 430. One of the interesting things from the resulting products was that with the exception of the GT 430, NVIDIA launched each product with a less than fully populated GPU, shipping with different configurations of disabled shaders, ROPs, and memory controllers. NVIDIA has never fully opened up on why this is ? be it for technical or competitive reasons ? but ultimately GF100/GF104/GF106 never had the chance to fully spread their wings as 400 series parts.
tweaktown.com: Already impressed with what the GTX 550 Ti can do after looking at the MSI Cyclone II edition, it's now time to see what Gainward brings to the table with its highly popular Golden Sample series. This is a series that's been popular for years and in recent times we've seen them come out hard and fast offering strong cooling solutions, but more importantly fantastic out of the box overclocks that have resulted in excellent performance gains over other models.
techreport.com: At $149, is Nvidia's latest DirectX 11 GPU a compelling step up from cheaper solutions? And could it be a nearly-as-good step down from pricier ones like the GeForce GTX 460 1GB and Radeon HD 6850? TR investigates.
hothardware.com: NVIDIA continues to flesh out their GeForce GTX 500 series line-up, this time with a new GPU targeted at more mainstream, budget conscious gamers. The new GeForce GTX 550 Ti which is being introduced today, like the other members of the GeForce GTX 500 series, is based upon a refinement and update to a GeForce 400 series GPU (in this case the GTS 450), but there?s more going on under the hood here than a respin and a new transistor mix. More on that a little later, though.
overclockersclub.com: NVIDIA has finally worked its way toward a mid-range offering for the 500-series with the new GTX 550 Ti. The GTX 550 has the same CUDA core count of the GTS 450 with 192, which is half that of the GTX 560 Ti. The memory bus is increased to 192-bit combined with the now common 1GB of GDDR5 and the increased bus size directly correlates to more memory bandwidth. The memory controller can also use mixed density memory ICs, which is how 1GB was managed with a 192-bit memory bus. NVIDIA has designed the GTX 550s to overclock up to 1 GHz core speed without increasing voltage, with the reference speed being at 900 MHz core.
techarp.com: Today, NVIDIA officially announces the launch of the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti graphics card. This is part of their "reloading" programme. Back in 2010, they released the GeForce GTX 480 and GeForce GTX 460 graphics cards (remember the Tank and the Sniper?).
techgage.com: Catering to those who demand great GPU performance for a modest price, NVIDIA has launched its $130 GeForce GTX 550 Ti. Compared to the GTS 450 which it replaces, the GTX 550 Ti delivers faster performance, a beefier memory bus and what NVIDIA touts as being one of the best performance per watt ratios around.
tweaktown.com: We overclock the upcoming GEFORCE GTX 660 Ti 2GB to see what kind of performance we can get out of it.
hardwareheaven.com: NVIDIA are ready to launch their latest 600 series GPU, the GTX 660 Ti and we have three factory overclocked models on our test bench today. First up is the EVGA SuperClocked, then the Palit JetStream and finally the Zotac AMP! We will put each up against overclocked versions of the GTX 670, 7950, 7870 and 560 Ti (448) in a selection of real world gaming tests including Max Payne 3 and Battlefield 3 to see where the GTX 660 Ti fits in.
techreport.com: For its latest graphics card, Nvidia has taken the GeForce GTX 680, shaved off a couple of Xbox 360s worth of performance, and slashed the price to $299. Don't worry, the GeForce GTX 660 Ti still has 14 or so Xboxes worth of performance left. Here's how it compares to the latest Radeons, including the newly boost-enhanced 7950.