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Tuesday, 25 January 2011 10:44

Asus intros DirectCU II GTX 560 Ti

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Not to be outdone by Gigabyte, Asus has also launched a dual-fan GTX 560 Ti clocked at 900MHz. The shaders run at 1800MHz, while the memory is clocked at 4200MHz.

So, the specs are basically identical, but the Asus board ships with the company’s DirectCU II cooler and appears to have a proper HDMI out rather than a mini-HDMI port.

We still don’t know the price, but it should come in at under €250.

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