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Tuesday, 07 December 2010 15:00

Nvidia GTX 570 review, faster than 480, HD 5870 - 10. Power Consumption and Thermals

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Review: Quiet, great performance, great holiday gift



Power Consumption and Thermals


To improve performance/watt, GTX 580/570 GPUs were re-engineered down to the transistor level. To increase the GPU`s power efficiency, a very large percentage of transistors on the chip were modified.

The fan isn’t too loud during intensive gaming and we can finally say that we’re pleased with the noise levels. FurMark temperatures were at 85 degrees Celsius, but the fan stays quiet throughout the test.

 


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