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Thursday, 31 March 2011 08:14

Nvidia preparing another GTX 560

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Without the Titanium suffix

According to the news post over at Heise.de, Nvidia is planning yet another member of the GTX 500 series family, the GTX 560. Unlike the GTX 560 Ti, the new GTX 560 will obviously lack the Ti (Titanium) suffix and will fit between the GTX 560 Ti and the GTX 550 Ti. Basically, it sounds like a direct replacement for the Geforce GTX 460 card.

Although the specs are far from being confirmed, the new Geforce GTX 560 should have 336 CUDA cores, 56 texture units and 32 ROPs. The clocks should end up much higher than the one seen on the GTX 460 and might be close to the one seen on the GTX 560 Ti. You can expect the clocks to be easily over 800MHz, due to the fact that this one has less shaders than the GTX 560 Ti.

Pricewise, the card should fill the gap between the GTX 550 Ti and the GTX 560 Ti that are now selling for US $149 and US $249, so the new GTX 560 will most probably end up at US $199. Of course, it wouldn't be a first time Nvidia adjusts price or the clocks just a few days before the launch so nothing is carved in stone.

More here.

Last modified on Thursday, 31 March 2011 08:40
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+9 #1 bbo320 2011-03-31 10:19
Why 2 GTX 560s? Why not GTX 555Ti? Just seems logical to me.
 
 
+14 #2 123s 2011-03-31 10:24
Because 560 Ti is a decent card and they can sell a shitty one without the Ti a lot because of the good name. While 550 is just...eww.
 
 
+29 #3 Jaberwocky 2011-03-31 10:26
My GTX460 1GB is running at 820MHZ.So can i now try and find GTX560 Sticker for it. :D
 
 
+20 #4 TechHog 2011-03-31 12:31
And people call AMD's naming scheme confusing.
 
 
-3 #5 ddg4005 2011-03-31 14:28
This is confusing and I already have two GTX 560 Tis (one for each of my boxes).
 
 
+6 #6 JEskandari 2011-03-31 15:58
Quoting Jaberwocky:
My GTX460 1GB is running at 820MHZ.So can i now try and find GTX560 Sticker for it. :D

Count me in
 
 
+6 #7 Haberlandt 2011-03-31 16:16
Seems like Nvidia feels that cards ending with 60 always end up selling well.
 
 
+6 #8 bardenck 2011-03-31 16:35
Quoting JEskandari:
Quoting Jaberwocky:
My GTX460 1GB is running at 820MHZ.So can i now try and find GTX560 Sticker for it. :D

Count me in



let me know, ill need two please!
 
 
+1 #9 1d10t 2011-04-01 13:41
it seem nvidia aiming mainstream market...after a big bang loss in dual cpu kessen :-)
 
 
+2 #10 Cartman 2011-04-01 13:59
Remove the dust from chips in storage, clock it higher, do new sticker and NEXT GEN is ready to fill the stores...
 

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