Point of View, Dutch-based computer manufacturer of various nVidia-powered products such as ION netbooks, notebooks, Tegra tablets – but mostly known for their high-performing graphics boards – just launched a GeForce GTX 560 Ti with 2GB of video memory.
According to the manufacturer, by combining GTX 560 Ti with equally-fast 2GB of GDDR5 memory will remove the bottleneck in high resolutions, while the highly overclocked TGT model should give plenty of performance headroom ahead of the competition.
Price-wise, Point of View’s new GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2GB cards slot in between AMD’s Radeon HD 6870 and HD 6950 1GB, but performance wise – in high resolutions the TGT board reaches the performance of GeForce GTX 570 and Radeon HD 6950 2GB. The "Charged" board has the GPU ticking at 860MHz, while the 384 cores operate at 1.72GHz, while the "UltraCharged" GPU on TGT board operates at 911MHz, with 384 cores operating at 1.82GHz. 2GB of GDDR5 memory remaining on the same as regular 1GB boards – at 1GHz in QDR mode (4008 "MHz").
According to PoV, boards offer significant overclocking headroom, which is not surprising – after all, PoV’s "the Beast" GTX 460 was the highest clocked GTX 460 board on the market by quite a margin (cores were ticking massive 350MHz faster than stock clock).
Cards are being shipped right now to the markets in EMEA and LATAM region.