After the impressive performance of the GTX 590 from ZOTAC, today we have their more affordable GTX 570 for review. The card is based on the reference design from Nvidia and even has the same clock speeds so the performance should be a little slower than the Palit and Asus cards we tested as they were factory overclocked. Let’s see how it performs.
Same as the reference design
No problems with connectivity
The core runs at a speed of 732MHz whereas the 1.2GB GDDR5 memory runs at 3800MHz (effective speed). Overall the card is built well and the plastic covering for the heatsink does a good job of chanelling the warm air directly outside the case.
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