EVGA GTX570 Review

Alien vs Predator & Crysis Warhead

EVGA GTX570 Review

Alien vs Predator

Back into a gaming scenario with the heavy lighting effects of Alien vs Predator. Both stock cards have a similar average frame-rate as we'd expect, despite the EVGA doing better in both minimum and maximum frame-rates.

Overclocked however the EVGA GTX570 shines like a beacon, performing a full 7 FPS better than at stock.


Crysis Warhead

Such is the variable nature of Crysis Warhead that the EVGA is actually beaten by the reference design. The best we can say is that we can't wait to not have to benchmark this anymore. However busting clear of the 60FPS barrier with some ease shows the power of the GTX570.

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09-12-2010, 20:22:03

Hot off the press of the nVidia GTX570 we take a look at the first "Partner" card, courtesy of EVGA.

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09-12-2010, 20:32:20

Mr. Strawberry
i want it lol

nice review though Quote

09-12-2010, 20:36:56

Love it. My fave sticker too haha.

Nice one VB. Was actually getting a bit concerned about where you'd been today, bit quiet..Quote

09-12-2010, 20:39:00

I really should be happy with my current cards, but the 570's are just so new and shiney!Quote

09-12-2010, 23:41:10

Wow, excellent article as usual guys and interesting that it out does the supposedly identical ref design! when will we get to see a gtx 570 sli report? thats my plans for a couple of these, water cooled ;-)Quote

10-12-2010, 08:58:50

See, this is why I hate new tech coming out. It just makes me want to spend money...Quote

10-12-2010, 10:07:19

and I thought my wishlist was complete...

Great read as always! Quote

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