EVGA has launched (not yet on their website) a new dual-GPU card: the GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2Win 2GB Dual-GPU. This card is based on two GF114 GPUs, each having 384 shader cores. Compared to the GeForce GTX 560 Ti (ref GPU core clock at 822MHz), each GPU of EVGA’s card is clocked at 850MHz. The board comes with 2GB of GDDR5 memory (1GB per GPU) clocked at 4008MHz effective speed.
EVGA’s GTX 560 Ti 2Win requires two 8-pin power connectors (max power consumption of the board: 375W –it’s not the TDP).
The card is priced at USD $520.
In benchmarks like Unigine Heaven or 3DMark11, the GTX 560 Ti 2Win dominates the GTX 580
Source: PC Perspective
6 thoughts on “EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2Win 2GB Dual-GPU”
How does it compare to a OC’d 580?
Probably loses at high 16xAF and 8xAA with ultra settings at 1080P+ in games like Crysis 2 and BF3 due to the VRAM bottleneck
How many Cuda cores will it have overall?? this card seems great for the likes of the upcoming Blender Cycles usage.
this card can travel to Israel?
From the looks of that first image it has an SLi connector, can anyone confirm this?
And will it be seen as a single CUDA device?
@PsychoLogic Yes their is a connector but the funny thing is that the 560 ti is not capable of tri/quad sli so it is pointless, just like the 460 2win , no sli is available just for show just like how they say their is 2048mb of vram, their is technically but we all know it does not work like that, just marketing schemes..
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