The ASUS GTX 560 Ti 448 cores DirectCU II is an excellent, almost perfect, product that has only one noticeable downside. It is as thick as 58 millimeters and blocks as many as three expansion slots on the mainboard. We guess this won’t be a big problem for most home users, though. Besides that, we can note that the product accessories do not include any extras, like a free game or something, and that the card doesn’t come pre-overclocked to save you the trouble of overclocking it yourself.
Otherwise, it is an exemplary graphics card. With its high-quality components, exhaustive selection of video interfaces, SLI support and quiet high-performance cooler, the ASUS GTX 560 Ti 448 cores DirectCU II also features high overclocking potential that can help it reach the speed of the more expensive GeForce GTX 580. Most importantly, for all these advantages, the ASUS version is not any more expensive than other GeForce GTX 560 Ti 448 cores available on the market, so the choice is obvious. It’s the Editor’s Choice!