Colorful Technology, a china-based board maker recently announced its new iGame GTX 560 Ti Kudan card that features a really great design and an impressive feature list. If you have never heard of this company, you may want to put them on your radar because there might be other impressive devices coming after the iGame GTX 560 Ti graphics card.
The new GTX 560 Ti Kudan features an eight-phase power design and has the ability to feature up to 12-phase with the Turbo-Kit card, there are three 6-pin PCIe power connectors, it has the ability to be clocked at 820 MHZ but could go to 900MHz with the Turbo BIOS on-board or even 1010MHz with the Monster BIOS available when connecting the Turbo-Kit.
Other specifications of the iGame GTX 560 Ti Kudan includes 1GB of GDDR5 memory set up to 4000MHz, 4200MHz with Turbo Kit or 4500MHz with the Monster BIOS, 256-bit memory interface, a 2-way SLI support, dual-DVI plus HDMI outputs are available. The card comes with a custom PCB, an add-in card providing more power phases, a triple-slot cooler, a backplate, five detachable heatsinks plus the three cooler slots on the card comes with ten heatpipes and three fans, one 90mm model and the other two are 80mm spinners. No pricing information has been announced for the new graphics card.