NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 Pro Reviews
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 Reviews16
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"In summary, the GF110 GPU inside the GTX 570 clearly contrasts how far off the mark GF100 was when it launched with GTX 480 by matching performance with less memory and bandwidth while costing much less to consumers. The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 further redeems the Fermi architecture with performance results the gaming community can finally appreciate, along with reduced idle power consumption and better thermal management everyone can be grateful for. These are all impressive enhancements to the series, giving solid reason to retire the GeForce GTX 480."
"This isn’t business as usual in the GPU business folks; the GTX 570 is without a doubt an exciting and completely enticing graphics card. What we have here is a near perfect mix of performance with a mouth-watering pricing structure. It’s a thrown gauntlet and we’re anxious to see if AMD answers the challenge."
"The GeForce GTX 570’s power consumption is still relatively high and the cards pump out a fair bit of heat, but noise is not an issue thanks to the newly designs vapor chamber coolers being used on the cards and performance is excellent. Radeon HD 5870 series cards—which technically remain AMD’s fastest single GPUs—have gotten much cheaper as of late and can be had for about $50 to $90 less than the GTX 570, but GTX 570’s significantly better performance makes the additional investment easily justifiable if you’re looking for a card in this class. We still have to see how Cayman performs to fully understand how the GPU performance landscape will be shaped over the next few months, but as it stands today, the new GeForce GTX 570 is a compelling option to say the least."
"The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 stomps the GeForce GTX 470 and runs at the same performance level as the GeForce GTX 480 for much less money."
"At $349 dollars, the GTX 570 is designed to offer gamers a more affordable option than that of the GTX 580, yet maintain a very high level of performance."