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Tuesday, 07 December 2010 14:22

Gainward to launch overclocked GTX 570

Written by Slobodan Simic
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The GTX 570 "Golden Sample"- Goes Like Hell

Following the official launch of Nvidia's GTX 570 card, Gainward is preparing to launch two versions, the plain one and the GTX 570 Golden Sample - Goes Like Hell edition.

As it was the case with previous GS-GLH Edition cards, this card will also feature non-reference cooler and quite an impressive factory overclock. The plain version works at 732HMz for the GPU, 1464MHz for those 480 CUDA Cores and 3800MHz for 1280MB of GDDR5 memory paired up with a 320-bit memory interface.

The GTX 570 GS-GLH Edition ended up overclocked to 800MHz for the GPU, 1600MHz for Shaders and 4000MHz for the same amount of memory. Unlike the reference card, which uses the quite familiar blower style cooler, the GTX 570 GS-GLH will feature a non-reference dual-slot cooler that has two 8cm PWM fans and 6mm heatpipes. With this cooler the card should be up to 12 Celsius cooler and by 25 percent quieter than the reference GTX 570.

Both cards should be available pretty soon.

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