The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 Has Been Released

About a month ago NVIDIA had released the GeForce GTX 580 and had tremendous success with it as a high end graphics card, and now they have released the GeForce GTX 570 at rough price bracket of $349. This is exciting news for anyone looking for a higher end card for cheap, and as the GeForce GTX 570 is pretty much replacing the GeForce GTX 480, then even better. Following is the GeForce GTX 570 specifications as outline in the datasheet by NVIDIA:

GPU Engine Specs:
CUDA Cores 480
Graphics Clock (MHz) 732
Processor Clock (MHz) 1464
Texture Fill Rate (billion/sec) 43.9
Memory Specs:
Memory Clock (MHz) 1900
Standard Memory Config 1280 MB GDDR5
Memory Interface Width 320-bit
Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec) 152.0
Feature Support:
NVIDIA SLI®-ready1 3-way
NVIDIA 3D Vision Ready yes
NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround Ready2 yes
NVIDIA PureVideo® Technology3 HD
NVIDIA PhysX™-ready yes
NVIDIA CUDA™ Technology yes
Microsoft DirectX 11
OpenGL 4.1
Bus Support PCI-E 2.0 x 16
Certified for Windows 7 yes
Display Support:
Maximum Digital Resolution 2560×1600
Maximum VGA Resolution 2048×1536
Standard Display Connectors Mini HDMI
Two Dual Link DVI
Multi Monitor yes
HDCP yes
HDMI4 1.4a
Audio Input for HDMI Internal
Standard Graphics Card Dimensions:
Height 4.376 inches (111 mm)
Length 10.5 inches (267 mm)
Width Dual-Slot
Thermal and Power Specs:
Maximum GPU Temperature (in C) 97 C
Graphics Card Power (W) 219
Minimum Recommended System Power (W) 550 W
Supplementary Power Connectors Two 6-pin

The NVIDIA website describes the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 as a graphics card “with explosive performance and an innovative thermal design, NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 570 rips through the latest games like Call of Duty: Black Ops and Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. 2 with quiet operation. As you’ve come to expect from a GeForce GTX GPU, GTX 570 packs support for all the premium GTX gaming technologies such as DirectX 11, NVIDIA® Surround, 3D Vision™, PhysX®, and SLI®. GeForce GTX 570 – arm yourself for battle.”

This card honestly looks and sounds like a solid purchase for any gamer from casual to hardcore. If you are interested in any in depth reviews check out any of the following:  Guru3D, Techtree, HardwareCanuks TomsHardware, and Overclockersclub.

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