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Wednesday, 23 March 2011 15:34

EVGA rolls out GTX 560 Ti Maximum Graphics Edition

Written by Slobodan Simic
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GTX 560 Ti with Crysis 2 bundle
If you like some Crysis flavor on your cards, then you'll be glad to hear that EVGA announced its newest GTX 500 series card - the GTX 560 Ti Maximum Graphics Edition. The new card is pretty much your regular GTX 560 Ti except for the fact that it comes with a nice Crysis 2 bundle.

The card itself is based on Nvidia's reference design but with a decent factory overclock. It features 384 CUDA cores, while the GPU ended up overclocked at 900MHz. Shaders run at 1800MHz, whereas the 1GB of GDDR5 memory is set to tick at 4212MHz. The card uses Nvidia's reference design dual-slot cooler with a single central fan. The card comes with standard two DVI and HDMI output configuration.

The Crysis 2 bundle is actually what seperates this card from the competition and you'll get the actual card, a copy of Crysis 2 game, Crysis 2 t-shirt and a poster.

The card is already selling at EVGA's own store with a price set at US $299.99. You can find it here.

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+8 #1 eXistential 2011-03-23 17:24
Meh too bad we only get 3 graphics preset options in Crysis 2
 
 
+4 #2 Jermelescu 2011-03-23 17:50
300$ for this?
40$ more and you can buy a 6970, which is future proof, at least compared to this one.
 
 
0 #3 TechHog 2011-03-23 20:52
Quoting eXistential:
Meh too bad we only get 3 graphics preset options in Crysis 2

I heard that that's only for the demo and that the final version has just as many options as the previous Crysis games.
 
 
+2 #4 Nerdfighter 2011-03-23 21:35
How much is this going to cost in Europe? A GTX 560 Ti goes for around 200€, and the game is 40-50€. So you won't be saving any money... Not really interested in the t-shirt or poster either.
 
 
+7 #5 Cartman 2011-03-24 07:50
Quoting eXistential:
Meh too bad we only get 3 graphics preset options in Crysis 2

This is only beginning, THNX to microsoft and sony we on PC today have so low graphic options in games like Crysis is that a joke or what??? I mean id like to LOL but its not funny its sad...
 
 
0 #6 Blizzard 2011-03-24 21:46
Quoting Jermelescu:
300$ for this?
40$ more and you can buy a 6970, which is future proof, at least compared to this one.

Absolutely - or (6950 unlocked 6970) or 6970 is somewhere between 570 and 580.
That EVGA is very over-priced
 

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