NVIDIA Preparing GeForce GTX 560 SE

Published: 16th Feb 2012, 12:27 GMT

NVIDIA Prepares GeForce GTX 560 SE to Thwart Radeon HD 7770
Although the last thing we expect now from NVIDIA is a new GeForce 500 card, they prepared it anyway for a fast response to Radeon 7700 Series.

GeForce GTX 560 SE a fourth variation of GTX 560 card (after GTX 560, GTX 560 384, GTX 560 448) is graphics card based on a new GF114 core (previous were based on GF110). It features 288 CUDA cores, 48 texture and 24 raster units. Card is equipped with 192-bit memory interface which supports capacity of 1GB. Card has a default clock at 776 MHz, while memory is set to 952 MHz (3.828 GHz effective). Memory bandwidth is measured at 92 GB/s.

GTX 560 SEGTX 560GTX 560 Ti 384GTX 560 Ti 448
CUDA Cores288336384448
Texture Units48566064
Raster Operating Units24323240
Memory Type1GB 192-bit1/2 GB 256-bit1/2 GB 256-bit1.2GB 320-bit
Core Clock776 MHz800 MHz822 MHz732 MHz
Memory Clock952 MHz (3.8GHz)1002 MHz (4GHz)1002 MHz (4GHz)950 MHz (3.8GHz)
Memory Bandwidth92 GB/s128 GB/s128 GB/s152 GB/s

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