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I'm wondering whether there is difference between a Nvidia GTX560N and a GTX560 graphic card.

What does the N suffix stand for?

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Are you sure it's not an 'M'? In that case it would indicate that the chip is a Mobile GPU. Where did you see an nvidia GTX560N? – Ampersand Nov 22 '11 at 19:35
    
No, it's a 'N', I thought of the M either, but it isn't my case – Marco A. Nov 22 '11 at 19:41
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As it is listed nowhere - neither on the official NVIDIA site about the GTX 560 nor the Wikipedia page on the 500 Series I assume it's an self-made addition meaning "normal" so you can see it is not the mobile/Ti version while you can't be sure if there is no letter (because it might just have been forgotten).

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The GPU is not actually called GTX 560N, but EVGA seems to use the letter N to indicate that it is non-Ti (as in their model GTX-560N-B1-1024).

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