EVGA launches a dual processor GTX 560Ti
Larger than a GTX 590, the card features a massive heatsink block powered by three 80mm fans. Inside are two 384 shader engine GPUs with 2GB of GDDR5 RAM on a 256-Bit bus per GPU. It works with frequencies of 850MHz for the GPU, 4008MHz for the RAM and 1700MHz for the shaders.
The card uses two 8-pin PEG connectors for its power supply and has the advantage, being two chips, that it supports more graphic outputs, allowing 3 dual-link DVI connectors and 3D capacity for up to three simultaneous monitors. A Mini-HDMI output with digital sound is also integrated into the same connector.
Its recommended price is 485 Euros and without a doubt it is a limited edition with which EVGA demonstrates that in the absence of options from the manufacturer, integrators can also innovate.