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When is a GTX 560 Ti not really a GTX 560 Ti? When it’s almost a GTX 570. Nvidia’s latest GPU, the GTX 560 Ti 448 is really a GTX 580 (originally dubbed the GF110) with two functional blocks disabled, reducing its CUDA Core count from 512 to 448. The GTX 570 is a GF110 with one functional block disabled, endowing it with 480 CUDA Cores. The original GTX 560 Ti is a completely different chip, with different power requirements, but all 384 of its cores are fully functional. Priced at $290, The 560 Ti 448 fills a price gap between the $250 GTX 560 Ti and the $350 GTX 570. Given that yields for GF110 GPUs have improved, the Ti 448 is a limited-edition version, so it’s unclear how long it will remain on the market. And since we’re approaching the end of a GPU generation, it’s likely that many of the processors around today will soon ride off into the sunset. If you really want a GTX 570, but can’t swing the price, the 560 Ti 448 might fill the bill. Like most of the retail cards based on this chip, EVGA’s GTX 560 Ti 448 is factory overclocked, to 797MHz. Compare that to the typical GTX 570 design—Asus’s ENGTX570, for instance—in which the GPU runs at a stock clock of 742MHz.
By TechwareLabs, published 29-11-2011