whether this was done for overclocking or accidentally in the BIOS, it needs to be corrected.
Designed with unparalleled levels of performance, NVIDIA® Ge Force® GTX 560 Ti and Ge Force GTX 550 Ti are the perfect GPUs for LAN party pwning.
This card has the framebuffer doubled with a full 2048MB for what can only be some high res mainstream gaming action.
This card comes in around the same time as the Nvidia 680, and honestly a 2GB framebuffer can be quite a potential performer.
*Ge Force GTX 560 Ti has 5 times faster FPS versus Radeon HD 6870 in Microsoft Direct X 11 SDK subd11 tessellation test with maximum tessellation level set.ASUS sent me their GTX 560 Ti for testing and reviewing.You can read the complete review here [Tested and Burned] ASUS Ge Force GTX 560 Ti Direct CU II TOP Review.And I tried to update my GPU drivers too, but that didn't make sense too. You (or someone) probably installed the heat sink with too much or too little thermal compound or it is not torqued down evenly.Here are my specs: Power supply: Corsair CMPSU-600CX V2Motherboard: ASRock 970 Extreme3 CPU: AMD FX-8150 (8-core) @ 3600 MHz CPU Fan: Cooler Master Hyper212 Evo GPU: Asus ENGTX560 Ti DCII TOP/2DI/1GD5 RAM: Corsair 8 GB DDR3-1600 This computer should be able to run games like GTA IV, Battlefield 3, Arm A II, Max Payne 3 etc without problems, but I'm suffering from lag spikes with all these games. Any disturbing of the heat sink means that you need to completely remove, clean both surfaces, and reinstall it.This is a bit of an older model but it is a refresh of the 560 with the addition of double the frambuffer and a higher clockspeed.