EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2Win is a graphics card that is different from the mass. EVGA has fitted it with two GF114 GPUs on the same PCB, added a big cooler and made sure it supports Nvidia’s 3D Vision Surround technology with three monitors.
EVGA is not afraid of doing its own graphics card solutions and as one of Nvidia’s cloest partners it hardly comes as a suprise that it polishes the cards of the green team from time to time. EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2Win is with its dual GF114 graphics circuits a card in the upper performance segment, not just in performance, but also price and size.
The card measures 292 mm and comes with a full suit with a big cooler that houses three fans to keep temperatures down whne both GPUs start sweating. The graphics circuits are identical to those on the single cards GeForce GTX 560 Ti and this means 384 CUDA and 1GB GDDR5 graphics memory each for a total of 768 CUDA cores and 2GB memory.
EVGA has even pushed the frequencies up a bit and put them at 850 MHz, over the 822 MHz the single GPU cards operate with. The memory still operate at 4008 MHz. This adds up to performance that in tests will be 30% higher than the fastest single-GPU card, GeForce GTX 580. This makes EVGA use the name GeForce GTX 585 in its marketing ”Is it a GTX 585?”.
This performance will be used to power a setup of three monitors in Nvidia Surround or 3D Vision Surround, something that usually requires two or more cards.
EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2Win comes equipped with three DVI outputs, a single mini-HDMI and a pirce tag of 519,99 dollar.