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ZOTAC GeForce GTX 570 AMP²! 1280MB GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 Dual DVI/HDMI/Displayport SLI Ready Graphics Card, ZT-50204-10M
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- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 GPU, 480 Unified Shaders, 1280MB GDDR5, 320-bit memory bus, Core Clock: 780 MHz, Shader Clock: 1560 MHz, Memory Clock: 4000 MHz, PCI Express 2.0 (compatible with 1.1)
- NVIDIA Force Ware Drivers, Microsoft DirectX 11, OpenGL 4.1, Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/7
- NVIDIA Unified Architecture, NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround ready, NVIDIA SLI ready, NVIDIA PhysX & CUDA Technology, NVIDIA PureVideo HD technology, HDMI xvYCC Color & Deep Color technologies, HDMI 1.4a compliant, Hardware-accelerated Blu-ray 3D ready
- Dual -link DVI (Up to 2560x1600), HDMI 1.4a w/audio, HDCP ready, SLI bridge connector (3-way SLI ready)
- ED 480p, HD 720p, HD 1080i, Full HD 1080p
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The only caveat is that I had to manually raise the voltage from 1.00 to 1.25 due to the manufacturer not upping the voltage after overclocking it. Before doing this, the card would crash on DirectX 11 games. When I raised the voltage, this problem went away. It was easy enough by simply using MSI Afterburner. I would not recommend using the BIOS update as I hear it has a lot of problems.
It also has a tendency to change its fan speed depending on very slight changes in system load. For example, if I let my PC idle for about 10-20 seconds the fan RPM will pick up about 30RPM (yes, up. I don't know why up). The moment I drag a window or open a program or even just mouse over the clock then RPM will drop to base level. The fan is loud enough that it is always noticeable, even at the lowest RPM settings, so the pitch change due to the ~30RPM change from doing the slightest actions on my PC is really annoying.
One good thing to say is that the windows drivers are solid. I have never had this card give me artifacts or locked up or crash on me in Win7 or WinXP. There is a known issue with booting up Debian but it is a simple one liner change in the boot script to fix (I forget where I found the fix, I used it on #!)
There is only one flaw with this card. It crashes whenever I use the default over-clocking profile. I was really annoyed that it crashed me in the middle of intensive games. I googled it and found out other people also had the same problem. The solution is easy - just lower the frequency to the middle for all clocks and it worked without problems.
The other problem is the heating. I am now comfortably playing all kinds of games, including BF3, MW3, etc in the winter. I am not sure if these cards can hold well in the summer...
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Bought this card 6 months ago on sale for $199. Still works great today, perfect fps in the newest games. Read morePublished on May 20, 2013 by Shoom
Drop in replacement for my previous card. East install. Pulled down drivers and was up and running in a few minutes. It's been running quieter than my previous card. Read morePublished on February 1, 2013 by Jim Studer
Purchased this card for son's system, after extensive research, finally choose this one. The Price at 2 bills was on the mark, with top ten rating was even better. Read morePublished on January 19, 2013 by Tim P
I bought this card and it worked great for about a day. Unfortunately, it seems to have stopped working altogether. Going to RMA with either Amazon or Zotac themselves. Read morePublished on December 25, 2012 by Bran
Not gonna go through all the technical stuff a lot of folks have. It's a good card, has good fill rate, and bandwidth. Read morePublished on December 5, 2012 by Hightech Redneck