NVIDIA company decided to diversify graphics card assortment that come under GeForce GTX 560 Ti name by presenting a modified version for OEM market. Such cards are included inside complete computers, but sometimes can be bought separately.
To see all the differences below is a comparison table of both variants of GeForce GTX 560 Ti cards.
|Model||GTX 560 Ti||GTX 560 Ti (OEM)|
|Process technology||40 nm||40 nm|
|GPU Engine Specs:|
|Graphics Clock||832 MHz||732 MHz|
|Processor Clock||1645 MHz||1464 MHz|
|Texture Fill Rate||52.5 billion/sec||32.5 billion/sec|
|Memory clock||1002 (4002) MHz||1900 MHz|
|SDRAM type||1024 MB GDDR5||1280 MB or
2560 MB GDDR5
|Memory Interface Width||256-bit||320-bit|
|Memory Bandwidth||128 GB/sec||152 GB/sec|
|Standard Display Connectors||2x Dual Link DVI,
|2x Dual Link DVI,
HDMI, Display port
|Standard Graphics Card Dimensions:|
|Height||111 mm (4.376 inches)||111 mm (4.376 inches)|
|Length||238 mm (9.376 inches)||228 mm (9 inches)|
|Thermal and Power Specs:|
|Maximum GPU Temperature||99°С||97°С|
|Maximum Graphics Card power||170 W||210 W|
|Minimum Recommended System Power||500 W||500 W|
|Supplementary Power Connectors||Two 6-pin||Two 6-pin|
First off all, the number of CUDA cores was reduced from 384 to 352. On the other hand, memory interface width grew from 256-bit to 320bit. The card can be equipped with either 1.25GB of 2.5GB of GDDR5. In both case memory operates at 1900MHz (3800 QDR), which is lower that 4008MHz of original GeForce GTX 560 Ti. TDP value changed to 210W that requites two 6-pin power connectors. Regarding display outputs, OEM variant differs by having full HDMI and Display port. In addition, the card became short by about 10mm.
It is obvious, that OEM variant is made from those GeForce GTX 560 Ti cards which fail to have all 384 shaders working.