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Dec 07, 10 at 2:03pmleochan


Somewhere in between the retired GeForce GTX 480 and current NVIDIA flagship GeForce GTX 580 is the all-new GeForce GTX 570. This graphics card aims to realize the Fermi architecture like its big brother, featuring slightly lower core/memory clocks of 732/950 (3800 effective) MHZ. Priced at $350 USD, does the new card represent greater value over the beefy GTX 580? And where does it stand against the competition from AMD? Find out in our latest NVIDIA graphics card review!

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Dec 15, 10 at 7:40am
Gravity


oh 570 how I want a pair of thee...



Dec 11, 10 at 6:15am
Vagabond


quote Gravity
I know I think 850w psu is going to be a bit scant when I try this. Well if I get any bites it'll be an easy decision for me.
If you can sell your GTX480 and the upgrade is not that much it would totally be worth it!



Dec 11, 10 at 3:42am
Gravity


I know I think 850w psu is going to be a bit scant when I try this. Well if I get any bites it'll be an easy decision for me.



Dec 10, 10 at 11:46pm
Vagabond


quote Gravity
Is part of these better temps to improved cooler? I see they use less power and I kinda want one. Not sure if it's really worth spilling cash over though.

Just debating if I should offload my 480 or get another one for liquid cooled rig.
The improved temps are 50% architectural improvements and 50% from the improved cooling solution. If you do upgrade you will get a slight performance increase along with better power efficiency and temperatures. An overclocked GTX480 would have the same performance as a GTX570 though, but of course that would increase the power of the already power hungry GTX480.



Dec 10, 10 at 6:12pm
Gravity


Is part of these better temps to improved cooler? I see they use less power and I kinda want one. Not sure if it's really worth spilling cash over though.

Just debating if I should offload my 480 or get another one for liquid cooled rig.



Dec 09, 10 at 7:16am
Vagabond


quote mm01
how the *bleep* did it outperform the 5970 in batman? that just seems like it HAS to be some kind of hardware problem, not like it was supposed to happen...
I will look into that benchmark. It might be an in-game PhysX setting giving the NVIDIA cards an exaggerated score.

Updated. One of the settings was off. Thanks



Dec 09, 10 at 6:04am
mm01


how the *bleep* did it outperform the 5970 in batman? that just seems like it HAS to be some kind of hardware problem, not like it was supposed to happen...



Dec 07, 10 at 2:03pm
leochan


Somewhere in between the retired GeForce GTX 480 and current NVIDIA flagship GeForce GTX 580 is the all-new GeForce GTX 570. This graphics card aims to realize the Fermi architecture like its big brother, featuring slightly lower core/memory clocks of 732/950 (3800 effective) MHZ. Priced at $350 USD, does the new card represent greater value over the beefy GTX 580? And where does it stand against the competition from AMD? Find out in our latest NVIDIA graphics card review!





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