NVIDIA debuts GTX 570

Today sees NVIDIA debut its latest GPU - the GTX 570.

Today sees NVIDIA debut its latest GPU - the GTX 570.

The GTX 570 is an interesting animal, because basically it's a GTX 580 on a budget. Well, a budget of $349.

Check out the NVIDIA GTX 570 image gallery!

So, what do you get or your money? You get a 732MHz graphics core, 480 CUDA core humming along at 1,464MHz, and 1.25GB of GDDR5 running at 3.8GHz.

So, what's the GTX 570 like? Well, all current reviews (here are a selection - HardOCP, AnandTech, Hexus, Hot Hardware) seem to peg the GTX 570 as a quieter, cooler, less power-intensive GTX 470.


  • CUDA cores: 480
  • Graphics clock: 732MHz
  • Processor clock: 1,464MHz
  • Texture fill: 43.9 billion/sec
  • Memory clock: 1,900 MHz
  • RAM: 1,280MB
  • Memory interface: GDDR5
  • Memory interface: 320-bit
  • Memory bandwidth: 152GB/sec
  • Connectors: Mini HDMI, dual DVI
  • Length: 10.5 inches/267mm
  • Height: 4.376 inches/111mm
  • Width: Dual-slot
  • Max GPU temp: 97 C
  • Min system PSU requirements: 550W
  • Power connectors: 2 x 6-pin

 Interesting card, but with AMD planning on unveiling the Radeon HD 6900 next week, it might be a good idea to see how that shakes things up.