After launching their GeForce GTX 580 GPU, NVIDIA has now officially released their GeForce GTX 570 graphic card that has fully packed with 15 streaming multi-processors, 320-bit memory interface and 480 CUDA processing cores. It also coming with all-new vapor chamber cooler design, which help a lot in power saving and performance booster.
This GeForce GTX 570 is consider the slower GPU (but cheaper) when comparing with GTX 580, because it has 732MHz core clock and Shader clock at 1464MHz only (comparing to GTX 580 at 772MHz and 1544MHz). However, it’s been said to be a lot like GeForce GTX 480.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 GPU is going to have three video-output ports, including one mini HDMI and two DVIs. Simply installing this card into the PCI-Express 2.0 slot is not enough, your power supply should have a vacant couple of six-pin connector for powering up this beast before you can think for this upgrade. However, you won’t be kicking yourself because you’ll have no regret since this card support all things new like PhysX physics processing, 3D vision stereoscopic 3D support, and the most important part – it’s cheaper than GeForce GTX 580 with a mere performance decreased.