Yeston, a brand that is well known to Asian computer enthusiasts, has just announced the introduction of the company’s first graphics card based on the GTX 560 SE core, which is part of the company’s GameMaster product series.
Even though the new Yeston graphics card is labeled as a GeForce GTX 560 SE, it actually comes as a hybrid between this GPU and the more powerful Nvidia
GTX 560 (non-Ti).
What this means is that Yeston’s
latest GameMaster solution includes the same 336 CUDA cores as the vanilla GTX 560, which are paired with a 192-bit wide memory bus characteristic to the GTX 560 SE.
This is linked to 1GB of GDDR5 memory running at 1,002MHz (4,008MHz data rate), while the GPU comes clocked at 820MHz.
Power to the board is delivered via a 7-phase VRM, which makes use of NEC-TOKIN Proadlizer capacitors to deliver clean power to the graphics core.
For cooling duties, Yeston has decided to go with Arctic’s popular Accelero TwinTurbo Pro VGA heatsink, which has a good reputation among enthusiasts thanks to its high performance cooling and noise-free operation.
The display output configuration includes two DVI ports and a mini-HDMI connector. The Yeston GeForce GTX 560 SE GameMaster can also work with a secondary Nvidia GTX 560 SE graphics card
as part of an SLI setup.
In China, Yeston’s latest creation is priced at 999 RMB (about $158.45 US or 120 EUR), according to Expreview
. Sadly, we don’t know if the GeForce GTX 560 SE GameMaster will be released in other parts of the world.
The standard version of the GTX 560 SE should feature 288 stream processors and a 192-bit memory bus, while its GPU and memory are rumored to be clocked at 736MHz and 957MHz (3828MHz data rate), respectively.