January 17th, 2012
Galaxy GTX 560 Ti Super OC White Edition Review @ HardwareCanucks
It may not be the newest graphics card around, nor is it the most powerful but NVIDIA’s GTX 560 Ti is currently one of the best selling graphics cards on the market. That shouldn’t come as any surprise since it is relatively inexpensive while performing admirably in a wide variety of games so its choice as our GPU of the Year shouldn’t have come as any surprise. To capitalize upon this popularity NVIDIA’s board partners have also released a wide variety of overclocked, custom cooled versions which range in price from $210 all the way up to $275 depending on features and clock speeds.
Galaxy hasn’t been seen here on the pages of Hardware Canucks but they have a large stable of unique cards. They jumped onto the GTX 560 Ti bandwagon early in the game and have continually enhanced their lineup with new offerings. Their latest iteration is one of the highest clocked GTX 560 Ti’s around, called the Super OC White Edition. With a core speed of 950MHz, memory clocks reaching the 4.4GHz mark and an average price of about $265, this card has the capability to reach or even surpass the recently released GTX 560 Ti 448 while costing significantly less.
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