It has been many a year since we have seen an NVIDIA card branded with a Ti, perhaps because of a little issue many a hardware geek had with the rebranding of the 3rd GeForce generation.  Whether you remember that or not, the Titanium series represents the higher end of the scale of a particular model of GPU; the MX used to represent the lower end, though we have seen no sign of that series of cards recently nor heard of them returning.  The GTX 560 Ti is a roughly $250 card that jumps above the GTX 460, more targeted to compete against the $300 HD6950 from AMD, which it does quite well as you can see in [H]ard|OCP’s review

You can catch Ryan’s review, and his thoughts on how this will compete with the reduced in price 1GB model of the HD6950 here.

“Today, NVIDIA continues the new GeForce GTX 500 series line with the introduction of the GeForce GTX 560 Ti. We will test this new $257 video card against the competition and find out what the real value is at this sweet spot of gaming goodness. You may be surprised at the results, but you might also save some money.”

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