The two GPUs are set up in SLI mode internally, via an NF200 chip
Not wanting to let enthusiasts go for too long without their dual-GPU card fix, EVGA officially launched the GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2Win.This video adapter takes the concept of high-end graphics and then goes a little beyond it.
Obviously, it has two graphics processing units, specifically GF114 chips, which would be enough of an asset even in their base form.
After all, a normal GTX 560 works at 822 MHz and, in a dual-card SLI configuration, two of them beat the GeForce GTX 580 by up to 30% or more.
The GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2Win goes beyond even that level by having its two GPUs working at 850 MHz.
Here it bears noting that an NF200 chip is present on the card, which has the GPUs operating in the very same setting as above (SLI).
As such, the EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2Win qualifies, essentially, as a dual-card configuration that needs a single PCI Express slot.
Nevertheless, there isn't really much question as to whether or not the item is preferable to two GTX 560 boards.
After all, it actually isn't that much more expensive than a GTX 580 and has a clearly superior performance per dollar.
For those who don't know, the newcomer costs $519 (exchange rates say this is the same as 376 Euro) while the GTX 580 has a price of $465-$535 or more, depending on model and retailer (340 Euro upwards)
As such, if gamers believe that games will keep getting better at supporting SLI, this card is unique enough that it doesn't have much competition right now.
EVGA has set up the official product page of the new beast here. Go there to see its specs and the large, three-fan cooler.
For those who just want a quick rundown, there are 768 CUDA cores, a shader clock speed of 1,700 MHz, a memory clock speed of 4008 MHz and four video outputs (three DVI-I and Mini-HDMI).