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GTX 480 performance, better temps/lower power and cheaper, Excellent value at this price..

With epic performance and an innovative thermal design, the NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 570 tears through the latest games, like World of Warcraft®: Cataclysm with quiet operation. As you would expect from any GeForce GTX GPU, the GTX 570 packs support for all the premier GTX gaming technologies including DirectX 11, NVIDIA® Surround, 3D Vision™, PhysX®, and SLI®. GeForce GTX 570 - the new world has arrived.

NE5X5700F09DA - 1280MB Palit GTX 570, 40nm, 3800MHz GDDR5, GPU 732MHz, Shader 1464MHz, 480 Cores, DL-DVI/mHDMI

Manufacturer: Palit/XpertVision Cooling: Fan
Chipset: GTX 570 Interface: PCI-E 2.0 (x16)
Edition: N/A Connectivity: 2 x Dual Link DVI-I
1 x mini HDMI
Chipset Features: Geforce 3D vision Ready
NVIDIA CUDA™ Technology
NVIDIA PhysX™-Ready
NVIDIA Unified Driver Architecture
SLI: Yes
Manufacturing process: 40 nm SLI Type: 3 Way
Cores: 480 HDCP Ready: Yes
Core Clock: 732 MHz Width: Dual Slot
Shader Clock: 1464 MHz CrossFire: No
Memory: 1280MB Crossfire Type:
Memory Bit Rate: 320 Bit Low Profile Compatible: No
Memory Type: GDDR5 Low Profile Support:
Memory Clock: 3800 MHz Package Type: Retail

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Damn good price. Wonder if it can beat GTX 460 in SLI

Sure one gtx 570 uses less energy.


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Edited By: DownHill911 on Dec 08, 2010 01:12
Personally don't see this as a good deal. DABS had GTX 570 for £240 (after £10 discount code and 4% Quidco cashback earlier). They unfortunately didnt last long and sold out very quickly.

GTX 460 in SLI will out perform this card.

Best mid range bang for buck card around at the moment is the AMD RADEON HD 5870 for around £180 -190. Prices may settle to around 250 for Palit/POV/inno3d 570 cards in the next couple of weeks which will be a better price.

Granted tho, this is one of the cheapest 570s available but better value for money cards are out there.
"GTX 480 performance, better temps/lower power and cheaper"

might want to check the prices again, the gtx480 has fallen sub £300 as well. the lower temps can be had with custom cooler models(but then more expensive than standard model and thus this gtx570) but will give you the lower power.

I'm planning a complete rebuild of my non-working pc, so will be waitin untill the sandy bridge cpus/motherboards come out and hopefully by then the 6950/70 will also be out so will be able to compare against the gtx570 before deciding which to get.

As you can see the best value for money card at the moment is still the 5870 at its end of line pricing!

If prices settle to £250 this could be a good card. If it overclocks anything like its older sibling the GTX 470 it will be a cracking card at that price and the 6950 will have to be competitively price in order to compete.

PS We'll see some good one-day deals I think on the GTX 480s (yesterday scan had an MSI GTX 480 for £276!!)

Edited By: shadow_boxer on Dec 08, 2010 01:39: grammar
oh and it's 1.25GB of RAM (1280/1024) not 1.3, wish people could do math!!
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oh and it's 1.25GB of RAM (1280/1024) not 1.3, wish people could do math!!

Wish people wouldn't call it math, horrible American Mathematics so Maths
These cards are impressive performers but make no sense to me at this price point. I want to upgrade soon but I only want to spend £200 max. I'm going to go AMD/ATi because I think their last two generations have just been better architectures but I wish Nvidia would at least give me something to think about at that price. As it stands their current cards seem to have an enormous gulf in price between the 460 and this. If this were priced at say £230-250 it would really give AMD something to worry about!
If this were priced at say £230-250 it would really give AMD something to worry about!

Give it three weeks and they will be.

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