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Wednesday, 10 November 2010 13:41

Geforce GTX 570 comes soon

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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480 shaders
It looks like the GF110 core will find home in one more card. Nvidia has just launched the Geforce GTX 580, also known as Fermi done right and you can take a look at our thoughts here, and there will be one more card to come.

Geforce GTX 570 is the name and it is based on the same chip but instead of 512 shaders enabled, the new card has one cluster less and 480 shaders, like the GTX 480. We can do the math and tell you how many other parts you care about Nvidia cut out, but we will wait to see the specs before we jump the guns.

The launch date has been set for this year, but we still don’t know exactly when. The interesting point is that this card should offer similar of faster performance than the GTX 480 at a lower price simply as the shader count is the same, and this new chip clocks higher.

We will try to find out more, but one thin is very clear, this card replaces GTX 480 and launches soon. (That's two things. sub. ed. )
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