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Thread: NEW F4 Bios for GIGABYTE GV-N560SO-1GI GeForce GTX 560 Ti

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    NEW F4 Bios for GIGABYTE GV-N560SO-1GI GeForce GTX 560 Ti

    I heard that Gigabyte has announced a NEW F4 Bios intended for GIGABYTE GV-N560SO-1GI GeForce GTX 560 Ti. Does anyone know about it? Are there any noteworthy changes in performance and speed? Does this BIOS update recommended?

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    Re: NEW F4 Bios for GIGABYTE GV-N560SO-1GI GeForce GTX 560 Ti

    Colorful iGame has announced the GeForce GTX 560 Ti graphics card with an additional radiator in shark form. The shape of the radiator increases the surface area for heat dissipation. Colorful graphics card also donated a redesigned power supply and second BIOS. While one version of the graphics card with standard values, operates the second set the BIOS clock speeds to 900 MHz, 1.800 MHz and 4.2 GHz effective.

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    Re: NEW F4 Bios for GIGABYTE GV-N560SO-1GI GeForce GTX 560 Ti

    As always Gigabyte does not disappoint me, has improved the performance of the GTX 560 Ti with Super OC version, as it has done with other models. This is a good graphic version of Gigabyte, but we must look at both the price and the noise it produces, since consumption does not vary too much. I would also like an SLI testing environment of this chart, which must be beastly.

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    Re: NEW F4 Bios for GIGABYTE GV-N560SO-1GI GeForce GTX 560 Ti

    Sparkle also has now announced the Sparkle Calibre X560 a highly overclocked version of GeForce GTX 560 Ti. The reference radiator was replaced by a model of Arctic, which has two 92mm fans and four heatpipes. The clock speeds range from 1 GHz and 2 GHz for the GPU and shaders and 4800 MHz effective memory for the video. EVGA offers two models: a standard model that is slightly overclocked by "Free Performance Boost" with 850 MHz, 1700 MHz and 4104 MHz and the Superclocked version with 900 MHz, 1800 MHz and 4212 MHz effective.

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    Re: NEW F4 Bios for GIGABYTE GV-N560SO-1GI GeForce GTX 560 Ti

    The core runs at 1 GHz, 2 GHz shader and memory at 4.8 GHz, which is a more remarkable increase in frequency relative to the reference model. From there, everything goes up: bandwidth, fillrate and so on. All other features (ROPs, stream processors ...) are maintained. By changing the cooling system should compensate for the heat resulting from the increased frequency with unique cooling system, and the consequent increase in the TDP. In the tests we'll see if this difference is high or low. Finally, that has a chip NEC / Tokin specific (named Proadlizer), which basically ensures that the card is stable at all times.

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    Re: NEW F4 Bios for GIGABYTE GV-N560SO-1GI GeForce GTX 560 Ti

    Until now, pretty much every BIOS while, unfortunately, not only Gainward, but that is yet to come. In an emergency you can also flash blinded, which means you remember the order of how you proceed. Otherwise, specify and install second card for flashing the device ID is correct, but normally described in the various threads on the nvidia card, I know of at least 470 GTX thread.

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