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Friday, 25 November 2011 10:36

GTX 560 448 officially launches on Nov 29th

Written by Fuad Abazovic



Asus triple DCII cooler too


Nvidia and Zotac are not happy about the GTX 560 448 picture and specs we posted yesterday and now we got some more info about the card.

The chip behind the card is a castrated GTX 570 and the card supports three-way SLI, has a 320-bit memory bus and 1280MB of memory as we said in the previous post.

Performance wise, it will come just slightly short of GTX 570 but we could not find the price for it, although it looks like it will cost about €250. We will confirm this as soon as the price gets fixed.

The launch date is November 29th, again a Tuesday launch. Asus also has a 448-core card on the way, probably the rest of the gang as well, but we have heard that Asus comes with a triple slot DCII cooler, the same one that they use on the Asus 570 DCII card.

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