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pardon me if this is old old news and common knowledge, as I do not live in Europe,
but Club 3D makes some insanely short 560 Ti's o_____o

2GB CoolStream
2GB CoolStream BF3 Edition
1GB 'Green' Edition
1GB BF3 Edition

167mm / 6.57in
small enough to in the PCI-e slot of an m-ITX board without extending over the edge :F
560 Ti's max out at about 160-170W OC'd...
imagine the power you could squeeze out of the form factor...


does anyone know of any other companies that make them this short?
ii know Palit made ones that were 7.4in, but this is a good 0.8in shorter...
insane.

wish these were available in the states...
looking over their catalog, Club 3D seems to produce some pretty awesome products.
Edited by stealthybox - 4/7/12 at 10:38pm
post #2 of 15
That looks awesome, but the blue pcb kind of ruins it...
post #3 of 15
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:l
I do agree.
Unfortunately, it is blue... :\
(ugh, Gigabyte... >_>)

the brush metal finish does look rather nice, though:
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At least you wouldn't be able to see much of the blue at all in an ITX build...







Look at it though.
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Seriously:
Look how short that thing is compared to reference!
post #4 of 15
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Originally Posted by stealthybox View Post

pardon me if this is old old news and common knowledge, as I do not live in Europe,
but Club 3D makes some insanely short 560 Ti's o_____o

167mm / 6.57in
small enough to in the PCI-e slot of an m-ITX board without extending over the edge :F
560 Ti's max out at about 160-170W OC'd...
imagine the power you could squeeze out of the form factor...
does anyone know of any other companies that make them this short?
ii know Palit made ones that were 7.4in, but this is a good 0.8in shorter...
insane.
wish these were available in the states...
looking over their catalog, Club 3D seems to produce some pretty awesome products.

Yes, I know a few other companies making such a short PCB GTX560Ti. Most are 2nd tier companies doing local market in China and greater region. So, I do not bother to mention those to you.

But, one has enough international exposure that you might also consider. Inno3D also has 167mm long GTX560 Ti 2GB.
http://www.inno3d.com/products/graphic_card/gf500/gtx_560ti_2.html

As you can see, it just looks like Club-3D's as their cooling solution is 'identical'.
Here is a brief review:- http://www.hkepc.com/7395
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Yes, I know a few other companies making such a short PCB GTX560Ti. Most are 2nd tier companies doing local market in China and greater region. So, I do not bother to mention those to you.

But, one has enough international exposure that you might also consider. Inno3D also has 167mm long GTX560 Ti 2GB.
http://www.inno3d.com/products/graphic_card/gf500/gtx_560ti_2.html

As you can see, it just looks like Club-3D's as their cooling solution is 'identical'.
Here is a brief review:- http://www.hkepc.com/7395

Awesome!
Thank You

Available in both 1 and 2GB configurations.
I wonder how the Dual Fan model Compares to the Single fan one.
Obviously, the Single Fan Model will produce less airflow and will likely be louder, but it does have more of a heatsink in comparison to the Dual Fan one.
Edited by stealthybox - 4/7/12 at 11:46pm
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That looks awesome, but the blue pcb kind of ruins it...

I've never understood, what do people have against blue PCB's? Is it a purely aesthetic thing that I'm not getting or is it the manufacturing behind it too?
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That looks awesome, but the blue pcb kind of ruins it...

I've never understood, what do people have against blue PCB's? Is it a purely aesthetic thing that I'm not getting or is it the manufacturing behind it too?

purely an aesthetic gripe:

blue doesn't mesh well with a good number of popular alternative color schemes,
and artsy, intelligent people like color schemes...
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purely an aesthetic gripe:
blue doesn't mesh well with a good number of popular alternative color schemes,
and artsy, intelligent people like color schemes...

Hmm I see, doesn't matter I prefer a quiet, mellow looking setup but I can see why it would annoy some people. Unless you have blue led's and demand a black PCB..then you just don't make sense but who am I to judge wink.gif
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purely an aesthetic gripe:
blue doesn't mesh well with a good number of popular alternative color schemes,
and artsy, intelligent people like color schemes...

Hmm I see, doesn't matter I prefer a quiet, mellow looking setup but I can see why it would annoy some people. Unless you have blue led's and demand a black PCB..then you just don't make sense but who am I to judge wink.gif

i suppose you're really touching on my point there.
many people enjoy a simple, laid back, sensical looking build, and in many cases, blue can really end up clashing with that, say if it were the only blue thing in your case or you happen to like orange, red, green, or purple...

On Topic:
this thing would look really killer with a PCB in either White, Red, or Black.
judging from the fact that the Inno3D card is blue as well, I would assume that these PCB's are all manufactured in the same place.
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Have been looking at this card for some time, and was hoping they would make a GTX560TI 448 version ... Maybe they can use the same PCB with something like a HD7870 - Would be a killer card, and the TDP will be lower.
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