Zotac GTX 560 Ti 448 Cores Limited Edition review

A more sensible take on Nvidia's 448 core edition. In orange and black.

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You can immediately tell the slight performance boost the out-of-the-box factory overclock gives you.

It's easy to assume from that the Zotac is the faster card but, while that is true at stock settings, the Asus card will easily outstrip the Zotac when you start waving the overclocking stick around.

DirectX 11 tessellation performance

Zotac gtx 560 ti 448 cores le

DirectX 11 gaming performance

Zotac gtx 560 ti 448 cores le

Zotac gtx 560 ti 448 cores le

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Dave (Twitter) is the components editor for TechRadar and has been professionally testing, tweaking, overclocking and b0rking all kinds of computer-related gubbins since 2006. Dave is also an avid gamer, with a love of Football Manager that borders on the obsessive. Dave is also the deputy editor of TechRadar's older sibling, PC Format.

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