- Brand Name: EVGA
- Model Number: 012-P3-1573-AR
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Graphics Coprocessor: GeForce GTX 570
- Graphics Card Ram: 1280 GB
EVGA GeForce GTX 570 HD Superclocked 1280 MB GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 Dual DVI/HDMI/Display Port SLI Ready Limited Lifetime Warranty Graphics Card, 012-P3-1573-AR
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- 47.8 GT/s Texture Fill Rate
- 3900 MHz Effective Memory Clock and 1594 MHz Shader Clock
- 1280 MB 320-bit 0.5ns GDDR5 Memory
- PCI Express 2.0
- GeForce GTX 570 HD Super clocked with 797 MHz Core Clock
- GeForce GTX 570 HD Superclocked with 797 MHz Core Clock
- Microsoft DirectX 11 Support
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Some notes about this version of the card:
-The model number ending in AR has EVGA's lifetime warranty. The KR version only has 3 years. Something to keep in mind.
-The HD version is actually about an inch and a half shorter then the non-HD cards. For those with smaller cases, this is very useful as the normal version won't fit in my Antec Solo case while this one does.
-The HD version also includes a Displayport, which is a nice to have for anyone buying newer high end monitors. I'm currently using it with my 27" monitor and it works great.
-The HD version also uses a different cooler since it's a smaller card from the reference GTX 570 design. I haven't seen any issues with noise or temperatures though.
Overall it's a great card, and when I purchased it there was a promo to get a free PC copy of Batman Arkham City, which is an excellent bonus. Highly recommended for anyone upgrading their monitors to a higher resolution and need something more powerful to run it.
I needn't have worried. I've been using the 570 for two solid months now, which has given me enough time to run framerate tests on some high-end games and compare the results with my 460. The results varied a bit from game to game, but on average, I figured about a 36% framerate increase (I used FRAPS to display framerates for my testing), which was far better than I had expected. Since then, nVidia has released newer drivers (295.73), which will supposedly increase framerates even more, but I haven't tested the new drivers yet, since the older ones (285.62) I've been using have been working absolutely flawlessly, and I hate to mess with anything if it works.
I ordered the card from Amazon with next-day shipping, and it did indeed arrive the next day. I was also happy to note that it was a brand new shrinkwrapped item, and not an open-box return such as a card I had ordered from NewEgg some time ago. Everything in the box was neatly and safely packed. Half an hour after receiving it, I had it installed and up and running without a hitch.Read more ›
Also as people have said these cards are big, much bigger than the 5770, in fact had I not gotten the shorter HD version of the card it would not have fit in my antec ninehundred 2 case. I have 6 hard drives I can't just drop a cage to fit the card in there, so an added bonus to this card in its shorter size form factor.
Again it's an amazing card can't say enough good about it i was really impressed by it's performance.
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This card is great, I replaced it this year with a 580ti.
Gave many years of service. it is still in working condition.
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