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Wednesday, 19 January 2011 10:24

EVGA GTX 570 Superclocked tested

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Review: Reference design, higher clocks


Our
guest today is EVGA’s Geforce GTX 570 Superclocked, which as the name suggests comes overclocked. The card’s GPU runs at 797MHz and the memory at 3900MHz. Naturally, higher clocks mean more juice for gaming, and who would say no to that?

Geforce GTX 570 is the second in line Geforce GTX 500 series card. They are currently the best Nvidia can offer and since Nvidia partners got a nod from Nvidia for overclocking, you can find plenty of juiced up GTX 570 cards on the market. Truth be told EVGA GTX 570 is not the fastest of them all, but a 65MHz overclock definitely counts it among the fastest.


EVGA GeForce GTX 570 Superclocked specification:

   Part Number                  012-P3-1572
   Core Clock Speed          797MHz
   Processing Cores           480
   Memory Clock Speed     3900MHz
   Memory Bandwidth        156GB/sec
   Shader Clock Speed      1594MHz
   Bus                                PCI-E 2.0
   Interface                        DVI-I, DVI-I, Mini-HDMI
   Product Warranty          10 years upon registration

As you can see, EVGA offers a 10 year warranty after the registration, but it would be wise to check whether it applies for your region.



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+1 #1 LASER 2011-01-19 16:36
ok its 575 running high... but 156GBps? kidding? OC Asus card to get 180GBPS which results in crashing 580's numbers..
m still looking for GTX Phantom but its not available....
 
 
0 #2 MATTEEDO 2011-01-19 17:36
Good review but why put the 6950/6970 in the 2nd and 3rd spot on the graph when they should be 5th and 6th?
 
 
0 #3 bobrollins 2011-01-19 19:51
Quoting MATTEEDO:
Good review but why put the 6950/6970 in the 2nd and 3rd spot on the graph when they should be 5th and 6th?

Agreed! It should look a little more like this
http://img155.imageshack.us/img155/7374/graphw.png

Minus the inaccurate grid, but I can't complain about a free kids website that lets you make a quick free draft.

Edit: I used the one from AVP @ 1920x1080. It's been a peeve of mine about most of the reviews here. And Mine could be changed depending on where you place importance, w/AA or without. Oh and I mixed up the order of performance, on the 6970/570 SC. It was done in a hurry so sue me if its a big deal.
 

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