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Tuesday, 25 January 2011 15:12

TGT plans 1GHz GTX 560 Ti

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Two times 8 pin power
Sources close to TGT overclocking company have confirmed that their Geforce GTX 560 Ti can go beyond 1GHz. The standard clock is 822MHz but these overclocking veterans have made a different PCB in order to provide some better overclocking.

The secret ingredient is the new PCB with two 8 pin power connectors while the reference design requires one eight pin and one six pin power connector. With two 8-pin connectors, TGT can provide more power and get “GTX 580 like” overclocking from this performance board.

Let’s not forget that they plan to use AC Triple Zen cooler with a back plate as this combination was quite successful for them in the past. They should have some images and pricing shortly but so far, this might be the fastest card to be launched in this GTX 560 Ti launch frenzy.

We’ll keep you informed.


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+7 #1 loadwick 2011-01-25 16:16
The 560 must be a dream overclocker if card makers are willing to sell such highly over clocked cards.
 
 
+4 #2 yasin 2011-01-25 17:23
will be like the 460 in terms of OCing
 
 
+4 #3 Boomstick777 2011-01-25 17:28
2 x 8pin for the midrange GTX560 Even if it is overclocked that is a bad sign that this card requires a stupid amount of power, The HD 6990 'Dual Card' Top End card requires 2 x 8pin aswell, that shows how badly optimised these GTX 560's must be. The standard one requires 8 pin and 6pin thats the same as GTX 580 and HD 6970. Seems GTX560 isn't very power friendly at all
 
 
+4 #4 Tasty Taste 2011-01-25 18:37
Whats wrong with some of these companies nowadays. They're going to make a card that they will OC to great lenghts and then it will end up being the same price as a higher tiered card ie oc'ing a 560 to a 570 or 580 clocks and it be the same price as those same cards. Why not just buy a 570/580 instead? I've said this time and time again.
 
 
+3 #5 arclight 2011-01-25 18:46
Quoting Tasty Taste:
Whats wrong with some of these companies nowadays. They're going to make a card that they will OC to great lenghts and then it will end up being the same price as a higher tiered card ie oc'ing a 560 to a 570 or 580 clocks and it be the same price as those same cards. Why not just buy a 570/580 instead? I've said this time and time again.



I agree. Still not all manufacturers go that far. It's better to search those that just slap on the best non reference cooler and OC yourself, you spend less and get more....
 
 
+1 #6 loadwick 2011-01-25 19:25
I think an additional £20 more for a card clocked at 4590MHz GDDR5, GPU 1000MHz, Shader 1800MHz, is very good value, especially as many cards don't seem to even clock this high if you do it yourself.

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/1gb-gigabyte-gtx-560-ti-super-overclock-40nm-4590mhz-gddr5-gpu-1000mhz-shader-1800mhz-384-cores (£228)

The next card up in performance is either the GTX570 at £280 or AMD 6970 at £270.

But from the overclocked results i've seen a GTX560 at 1GHz will be much faster than a 570 or 6970, even close to the 580 performance.
 
 
0 #7 milkod2001 2011-01-25 21:11
Quoting loadwick:
But from the overclocked results i've seen a GTX560 at 1GHz will be much faster than a 570 or 6970, even close to the 580 performance.


that's very optimistic statement,would u mind to provide some links,I think 560 no matter how it'll be OC'ed it will never touch 6970 nor 580 maybe on pair with slightly OC'ed 570 at the best.
 
 
+1 #8 loadwick 2011-01-25 23:10
Quoting milkod2001:
Quoting loadwick:
But from the overclocked results i've seen a GTX560 at 1GHz will be much faster than a 570 or 6970, even close to the 580 performance.


that's very optimistic statement,would u mind to provide some links,I think 560 no matter how it'll be OC'ed it will never touch 6970 nor 580 maybe on pair with slightly OC'ed 570 at the best.



And this is only at 930MHz

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/GeForce_GTX_560_Ti_Direct_Cu_II/31.html
 
 
+3 #9 yasin 2011-01-26 00:17
oc3d.net shows it pretty much on par with the 6970 at 1050MHz.but most wont OC to that.
 
 
+4 #10 rickster 2011-01-26 00:30
Quoting Tasty Taste:
Whats wrong with some of these companies nowadays. They're going to make a card that they will OC to great lenghts and then it will end up being the same price as a higher tiered card ie oc'ing a 560 to a 570 or 580 clocks and it be the same price as those same cards. Why not just buy a 570/580 instead? I've said this time and time again.


Marketing for easy money. Can't blame a company for making money now can we? If people don't want to educate themselves before buying a product that's $200+, it's their own damn fault.
 

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