If you can remember a few weeks back, Nvidia released the GTX 560 Ti version. This time around Nvidia announced the launch of the normal GTX 560 version, which is another DirectX 11 based card.

The GTX 560 runs at 1GB of GDDR5 memory and graphic clocks internally at around 810 up to 950 MHz. Meanwhile, 336 CUDA processors are contained in this new card which are clocked at 1,620 up to 1,900 MHz. The memory interface width is stocked at 256-bit and memory bandwidth (GB/sec) is pegged at 128. Memory clock reaches at around 2,002 to 2,200 MHz.

Like most of the new cards, the Nvidia GTX 560 also supports new technologies such as 3D Vision, CUDA, PhysX and SLI (2-way). This brand new card is currently placed in between the GTX 460 and GTX 560 Ti, in terms of price introduced at USD 199. It may take time before such card reaches the Philippines. When it does, it will probably throw another hole in our enthusiasts' pockets.

The New Nvidia GTX 560 Video Card

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