- Brand Name: EVGA
- Model Number: 012-P3-1577-KR
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Graphics Coprocessor: GeForce GTX 500 Series
- Graphics Card Ram: 1280 GB
EVGA GeForce GTX 570 HD Double Shot 1280 MB GDDR5 PCB PCI-E 2.0 Graphics Card 012-P3-1577-KR
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- 43.9 GT/s Texture Fill Rate
- 3800 MHz Effective Memory Clock and 1464 MHz Shader Clock
- 1280 MB 320-bit 0.4ns GDDR5 Memory
- PCI Express 2.0
- GeForce GTX 570 HD DS with 732 MHz Core Clock
- Microsoft DirectX 11 Support
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Unfortunately it doesn't. The GTX 570 DS runs louder and hotter than it's GTX 570 stock brethren. The problem lies not specifically in the cooler, but the lack of information provided by EVGA in terms of how this cooler actually expels hot air away from the card. The cooler is designed to push hot air in all directions, not only just the back. In short: hot air get's pushed into your case, in which it surrounds the card. This is a big deal mainly due to the fact that the card ends up breathing its own hot air.
In various searches across google you'll find that the GTX 570 DS is capable of hitting 100c and sometimes even higher. Through my own tests I've also been able to reach 102c. This was at room temperature of 70F (28c). I can't imagine when summer comes knocking and the card starts to throttle at that temp.
After all of that being said, does this make the GTX 570 DS a bad card? No it doesn't really. It's a bad card for the wrong case. Do you have a silent case that sacrifices fan RPM for noise? This is the wrong card to get. Does your case have poor airflow to begin with? Wrong card.Read more ›
I got this card for SLI, it's my second EVGA 570. The first was a reference HD, which was great of course. Unbelievably great, actually. I had a profile saved in Afterburner for it at 950/1900/2250 @ 1.1v. When I got SLI, I wasn't as lucky with this second card, as every single chip is different, and it has nothing to do with the first card being a regular HD and the second card being a DoubleShot, but the DS only seems to be stable at 910mhz or 920mhz. But with SLI, I definately don't need the cards higher than that. And this DS cooler, aside from looking awesome and having 2 fans, keeps the card 5C degrees cooler at all times. With the '920/1840/2250 @ 1.1v' SLI profile I have saved in Afterburner, after 5 minutes of OC Scanner, the temperatures level off at Reference HD-80C and DoubleShot-75C. That's a pretty desirable difference for a card that costs the same as the regular HD and looks a lot better. The DS also has roughly the same dimensions, and is exaclty 9 inches long like the regular HD. I should also mention that this is at a room temperature of 20C/67F. Room temperature makes a HUGE difference on CPU and GPU temperatures.
This card is your best option unless you really do have extra money to throw around. The 580 has no where near of an advantage over the 570 to justify the higher price, unless you can get it for $368, which is the 15% price increase over the 570 that matches the 15% performance increase.Read more ›
EDIT: Got a working card and it performs great. Pretty loud when you are playing intense games, but it can play Skyrim on Ultra at 90+ FPS. Good Card.
EDIT 2: A year later, one of the fans went out, luckily it was under warranty, but I had to RMA it and pay shipping, which was a hassle.
It came with good instructions and driver disk, packaged nicely. The DVI and HDMI outputs work fine and fit cables snugly. The fans are silent. The card is quite large so it fits best in a mid or full size tower, I used the NZX Tempest case and it fits fine. Make no mistake, this thing is huge, but I think most cards in the same range are. The card is nice to look at, it reminds me of Commander Shepherds N7 armor from Mass Effect 3. I haven't attempted to overclock yet, because I haven't had any reason to. It doesn't get hot. I think this card is a good value for the price. I'm about to run Crysis 3 at max settings, just to see if I can find it's limit in my rig. When I hit it's limit, I'll overclock it until I can buy another one to use along side it in SLI. Two cards will be a tight fit in my case, but I think they'll just fit.
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I love this card and have had no issues. I have been using this for 2 years non stop as a hardcore gamer and it has not had one issue.Published on August 10, 2013 by Joe
I recently rebuilt my computer that I built in 2008 and I upgraded my graphics card from an EVGA 8800 ultra to this card. Huge performance gain with the GTX 570. Read morePublished on September 20, 2012 by Patrick
This card is awesome... editing, renders and transcodes within Adobe Premiere are fast, CGI from Lightwave blazes, the dual monitor setup is sharp with good color control. Read morePublished on August 28, 2012 by C. Rakoczy
fenomenal video card..price and quality..all games played in full hd and max resolution..i'm very happy..EVGA with NVIDIA perfect match..any noise perfect cooler in progressPublished on August 5, 2012 by Roberto
I must say, this product is amazing! I am able to run tons of games on high or max settings, including Aion, Blacklight Retribution, Dragon Age 2, DC Universe, and League of... Read morePublished on June 24, 2012 by Matt41531