Today's launch of GeForce GTX 560 Titanium is followed by numerous product launches by board manufacturers. MSI is first to announce their line-up with no less than three variants.
All of the parts belong exclusively to the Twin Frozr II series, featuring a custom heatsink featuring four large heatpipes [which MSI calls "SuperPipes"], claiming a temperature decrease by 20 degrees Centigrade when compared to the stock design.
The parts come by the name N560GTX-Ti Twin Frozr II/OC, N560GTX-Ti Twin Frozr II/SOC and N560GTX-Ti Twin Frozr II Golden Edition. All three parts are clocked higher than the reference clock, but just like prices - MSI did not disclose clocks at press time.
Beside the boards, MSI delivers Afterburner overclocking tool which allows users to control the fan speed and the Voltage delivered to the GPU - the company is officially stating you can expect to"fully unleash its potential, achieving a higher level performance with an overclocking rate of 25%."
Given that AMD just slashed the prices of Radeon HD 6870 1GB, HD 6950 1GB and HD 6950 2GB, there is only one thing we can state in the end - don't you just love competition?