MSI GeForce GTX 560 Ti Card Spotted

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ivan_chess

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[citation][nom]beltzy[/nom]What does the "Ti" marker designate?[/citation]

I believe it was during the "titanium" craze and Ti is the atomic symbol for titanium.
 

mister g

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I think Ti was meant to seperate two different classes of GPUs, maybe it's to seperate two different versions of the same GPU (x2 560 chips instead of 1?)
 

pcworm

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[citation][nom]rohitbaran[/nom]Come on Toms. You have the card right! If you have, you have probably reviewed it by now. Stop teasing with such news![/citation]


^that^
 

demonhorde665

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i wish this thing had teh old Ti Prices LOL if i rember correctly the 4600Ti was like right at 300-350 the 4400Ti was at 250 ( i got mine of sale for 215 though) and the 4200 TI was like 180 (i could be mistaken but i know for a fact i paid only 215 for the 4400 when it had just came out, but that was on a sale at Mwave.)
 

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NDA prevents posting gtx560 reviews before release dates... sure they could do it once... but then they stop recieving tech samples and cards/cpu's/mobo's to test ... and i'd liek the sit to keep going, so please by all means wait till release date
 

belardo

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So is there a GTX 560 and a GTX 560-TI? STUPID moronic nVidia naming.

Ewwwwwwwwww I got a geForce with TI, I've good an erection now!

TI = Totally Idiotic
GTX = Green Turd Xtreme
 
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