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MSI N560GTX-Ti Twin FROZR II Review



If the release of the GTX 560-Ti didn't do anything else, it did kick the HD 6870's butt. The revamped GF114 core was able to more than outperform the GTX 460, and at some points was almost able to keep up with the 6950. MSI's offering of this midrange beast was able to give a small performance boost over NVIDIA's reference card. Not only that, but it comes with the extremely small price tag of $259.99.

The card was a great little overclocker, and when overclocked, it offered a huge performance boost. The Twin FROZR II not only performed well, it performed cool. That being said, I would have liked to see the card's cooler perform just a bit better. The card was equipped with MSI's military grade components and comes with a free copy of 3DMark 11. Despite the card having such a large dual fan cooler, I was pleased to find out that it wasn't all that loud. In fact, at 86% max speed, the fan was almost inaudible. Users with loud case fans would have to go to a great deal of trouble to hear the GPU's fan. All-in-all I'd recommend this card to any mid- range to high-end user. I can do this because the card is priced extremely well and offers a huge amount of performance.


  • Awesome Performance
  • Great Overclocker
  • Dual Fan Cooler
  • Military Grade Components
  • Low Price
  • Runs Cool


  • None
Editors' Choice

  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Specifications & Features
  3. Testing: Setup & Overclocking
  4. Testing: Aliens vs Predator
  5. Testing: Metro 2033
  6. Testing: Crysis Warhead
  7. Testing: Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2
  8. Testing: Just Cause 2
  9. Testing: Unigine 2.1
  10. Testing: Batman Arkham Asylum
  11. Testing: Battlefield Bad Company 2
  12. Testing: 3DMark 11
  13. Testing: 3DMark Vantage
  14. Testing: Temperatures
  15. Testing: Power Consumption
  16. Conclusion
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