The GeForce GTX 570 is going to be popular as it offers a lot of performance in the high-end segment. With the GeForce GTX 480 officially going end of life (EOL), NVIDIA has unveiled the GeForce GTX 570 a card that is feature rich. And although the card is positioned in the midrange price bracket, it offers a massive chunk of high-end DirectX 11 performance alongside good GPU temperatures and noise levels.
This product is based on the same GF110 GPU that empowers the GTX 580, yet with a couple of GPU features cut away, as in the shader domain has been limited towards 480 shader processors, a 320-bit memory bus and notch less memory at 1280MB GDDR5.
The vendor did something really special, they launched a GeForce GTX 570 with what it refers to as a mercury design. The name of the product is tagged under the vendor’s well-known Sonic Platinum edition series, and guarantees more features and some extra’s. The extra’s can be found in the product’s customised looks with a dandy looking dual-fan GPU cooler. Apart from that, Palit pre-clocked the product at a nice 800 MHz on the core, 1600 MHz on the shader domain and even the memory got bumped up towards 4000 MHz (effective).
In retrospect, the default core clock frequency of a reference GeForceGTX 570 is 732 MHz whereas the memory normally is clocked at 3800 MHz.
The end result is a product that closes in at the GeForce GTX 580 performance, and that is just an interesting prospect. We expect the product to do well among gaming enthusiasts.
In just two weeks after its release on to the market, Reseller Middle East was offered an opportunity to review the GeForce GTX 570 graphics card.