The hunter has been released, again, but most people will come to know it as the GTX 560 Ti. The Ti on the end may bring back memories to many of the old-school gamers. Around 2002, Nvidia came out with the Ti line. First with the GeForce 3 series and later with the GeForce 4, however, it disappeared shortly thereafter. But now it is back with a vengeance on the GTX 560 line of cards. Of course, this premium line of cards will go for a little more money, but hopefully the performance makes it worth the extra green. For all of those who happen to be curious and are not into gaming, the Ti stands for Titanium. The GTX 560 is, in a way, a refreshed GTX 460 and is ready to take up where the 460 left off. The GTX 560 boasts some brand new silicon, the GF114, along with 384 CUDA cores and 8 Polymorph engines. Now that we have the introduction out of the way, let’s toss the hunter on to the torture rack and see if he will survive!