MSI intros GeForce GTX 560 Ti HAWK Graphics Card

Micro-Star International comes up with new factory overclocked graphics card for PC users which is equipped with latest Twin Frozr III dual fan cooling solution with a special blade design on the fans which MSI says are quieter and generate 20% more airflow for better heat dissipation.

The N560GTX-Ti Hawk incorporates has 8+1 phase PWM design to improves overclocking stabilit, make use of Military Class II Components -Tantalum capacitors with 8-times the lifetime of solid capacitors, SFC choke that provides 30% more power, and solid-cap capacitors with a 10 year service life. The card comes with GPU clocked at 950MHz (822 MHz stock), shader clocks of 1900 MHz (1645 MHz) and 1GB of GDDR5 memory ate 4200 MHz.

MSI N560GTX Ti-Hawk graphics card

The Twin Frozr III cooling solution includes nickel-plated copper base, four heat pipes and dual 8cm PWM fans, which together MSI claims offer 17 degrees lower temperature than the reference the reference cooling design. The card is equipped with dual-DVI and mini HDMI outputs, have Triple Overvoltage support with MSI’s proprietary Afterburner overclocking utility and can be found around 235 euro.

Source: MSI

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