EVGA GEForce GTX 560 Ti Video Card
This is a GeForce GTX 560 Ti Video Card made by EVGA. I originally bought it for work with Sony Vegas 12 Pro. Vegas 12 Pro is optimized for use on Nvidia based Graphics Cards with the Fermi Architecture. It will utilize your graphic's cards CUDA cores for rendering your video. I learned this the hard way after trying various other Video Cards with Sony Vegas, including newer Nvidia Video Cards. However it seems that Sony Vegas 12 Pro is fastest when using the Fermi based cards ( GTX 500 series ) Video Cards. Just by upgrading to this card I was able to shave 30% off my rendering times. The card can be overclocked using the Nvidia Software. I never over clocked this card, so no worries about anything wrong with it.
The main reason I am selling this card is because I recently upgraded to a 7950 based AMD graphics card. For some stupid reason I decided to get into the Bitcoin mining thing, and upgraded for that reason, since the GTX 560 Ti only yielded about 138 Mhps. My new 7950 gave me 500 Mhps. Even though the GTX 560 Ti is faster in Vegas, I have decided to stick with the 7950. I am just hoping that When Vegas 13 Pro comes out they have a little bit better support for Open CL based graphics cards like the 7950.
I originally bought the card from NewEgg, and have only had it for about 2 months. Absolutely nothing wrong with it. The card comes in the original packaging, though it does not come with any cables or adapters. ( Same way I got it from NewEgg ).