Elsa unveils GeForce GTX 560 Ti Mini

Published: 1st Oct 2011, 07:04 GMT

Elsa develops a shorter GeForce GTX 560 Ti for compact gaming rigs | News | TechConnect Magazine
Long-time Nvidia partner Elsa is currently preparing to release in Japan a new, graphics card powered by the 40nm GF114 GPU, a model called Gladiac GTX 560 Ti mini which makes use of a custom PCB 59mm shorter than that of reference GTX 560 Tis.

Suited for compact systems (but not slim PCs since it’s a full-height card), the Gladiac GTX 560 Ti mini comes equipped with a dual-slot cooler (boasting two heatpipes and a central, 8cm fan), and has 384 CUDA Cores, GPU/shader clocks of 822/1645 MHz, a 256-bit memory interface, 1GB of GDDR5 memory set to 4008 MHz, 2-way SLI support, and dual-DVI, plus mini HDMI outputs.

Elsa’s card is expected to become available next week.


by WhyCry

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