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MSI GeForce GTX 570 1280MB GDDR5 PCI Express - Retail
732MHz Core, 1464MHz Shader Clock, 1280MB 3800MHz GDDR5 Memory, 480 Stream Processors, 2 x DVI, 1 x Mini HDMI
Order Code: MSI-570OC Manf. Code: N570GTX-M2D12D5

POWER USSAGE :
IDDLE : 31 W
LOAD : 241 W

Product Overview

Maximize your DirectX 11 gaming experience with the GeForce GTX 570 graphics card powered by NVIDIA Fermi architecture. The GeForce GTX 570 graphics card takes DirectX 11 gaming to a whole new level with hardware tessellation technology that enables unprecedented levels of detail and clarity for stunning in-game graphics that push the visual boundaries and rival reality. NVIDIA PhysX technology enhances the life-like visuals with realistic physics processing capabilities for virtual interaction that resembles reality for unmatched gaming immersion with the GeForce GTX 570 graphics card. NVIDIA 3D Vision readiness prepares gamers for the third dimension with unrivaled stereoscopic 3D effects when pairing with compatible 3D displays.



Product Features

# Memory: 1280 MB GDDR5
# Core Clock: 732 MHz
# Shader Clock: 1464 MHz
# Memory Clock: 3800 MHz
# Memory Interface: 320 bit
# Processor Streams: 480
# Microsoft DirectX 11
# NVIDIA SLI Support
# NVIDIA CUDA Technology
# NVIDIA PhysX Ready
# NVIDIA PureVideo HD
# NVIDIA 3D Vision
# MSI Afterburner Software
# All Solid Capacitors
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#1
VGA Power Consumption COMPARISON CHART
SEE HERE : http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=628&Itemid=72&limit=1&limitstart=13


Edited By: DownHill911 on May 21, 2011 11:56
#2
Is a flashed 6950 not a better option? Similar performance but can be found cheaper.

Not everyone will want to flash ofc.
#3
TK3142
Is a flashed 6950 not a better option? Similar performance but can be found cheaper.

Not everyone will want to flash ofc.

Can be but I know few people who switched from ATI to Nvidia for simple reason. - DRIVERS, DRIVERS, DRIVERS.
Also I am not sure if I liked playing games without PhysicX.
It is like Audi and BMW, both cars but very different.

Edited By: DownHill911 on May 21, 2011 12:32
#4
DownHill911
TK3142
Is a flashed 6950 not a better option? Similar performance but can be found cheaper.

Not everyone will want to flash ofc.

Can be but I know few people who switched from ATI to Nvidia for simple reason. - DRIVERS, DRIVERS, DRIVERS.
Also I am not sure if I liked playing games without PhysicX.
It is like Audi and BMW, both cars but very different.

Drivers for ATI are actually very good now. I would go as far as to say they are equal now, since AMD's takeover.
#5
Yeah I think drivers aren't much of an issue any more for games. Folding and graphics applications still favour Nvidia though afaik.
#7


If you copy product code (MSI912-V238-062) into Google-Shopping then all what it finds is GTX 560 not GTX 570.
Nice find tough



Edited By: DownHill911 on May 21, 2011 14:43
#8
DownHill911


If you copy product code (MSI912-V238-062) into Google-Shopping then all what it finds is GTX 560 not GTX 570.
Nice find tough



Almost worth the risk...
#10
Good card. Also available at Scan for £233.
#11
alien7
Good card. Also available at Scan for £233.


Pre Order Item
Item due on 23 May 2011.

And I do not get Free delivery :-( (Yes I know what to do)
#12
soc 560 or 570 is there much difference? :-S
#13
Not a bad price at all.
1 Like #14
HOT
reserved mine

some new 6950's are impossible to unlock - check forums

so for this price this is best value for money, I did planned to go for 560Ti but for same price I can have 570 so why not :)
#15
qfel
HOT
reserved mine

some new 6950's are impossible to unlock - check forums

so for this price this is best value for money, I did planned to go for 560Ti but for same price I can have 570 so why not :)

I am glad that it helped ;)

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