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Just in time for the holidays, NVIDIA rolls out a special edition GPU: the GTX 560 Ti with 448 CUDA cores, running at 1.46GHz, a 732MHz graphics clock and 1.25GB of GDDR5 memory charging ahead at an effective rate of 3.8GHz.

Some of its other fine features include support for three-way SLI, DisplayPort, HDMI and DVI output. These specs place it between the GTX 560 Ti at 384 CUDA cores, and the higher-end GTX 570 at 480 CUDA cores.

While the main, individual and memory clock speeds take a step back to 732MHz, 1.46GHz, and 900MHz respectively, NVIDIA is counting on the extra parallelism and  jump to a wider 320-bit memory bus (up from 256-bit) with 1.25GB of RAM to let it handle considerably more at once.


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