With the official release of NVIDIA’s new GeForce GTX 570 graphics card yesterday, all major OEM partners are rushing through with their own versions. EVGA too has readied its GTX 570 GPU and unveiled it in two different versions yesterday - a regular GeForce GTX 570 and a factory overclocked GeForce GTX 570 Superclocked. Both cards are available with EVDA distributors immediately.
The new EVGA GeForce GTX 570 carries all the standard specifications to be found in the reference card including 480 shaders clocked at 1464 MHz, a core clock set at 732 MHz, and an ultra-wide 320-bit memory bus running at 3800 MHz. The GeForce GTX 570 Superclocked on the other hand has been factory overclocked. It features core clock speeds of 797 MHz, shaders clocked to 1594 MHz, and a memory bus clock speed of 3900 MHz. Memory for both cards remains the same 1280MB GDDR5 as found in the NVIDIA reference card.
EVGA though has worked on making its GeForce GTX 570 cards more attractive to gamers and enthusiasts. For starters, it is giving away the new 3DMark 11 Advanced Edition free with every GPU, which means enthusiasts stand to save at least $19.95 and also compare their cards against the highly popular benchmarks set by 3DMark 11.
Also bundled into the package is EVGA's Precision OC software with GTX 570 skin and a free limited edition EVGA gaming poster, both of which further sweeten the deal. Of course, the cards come backed by EVGA’s limited lifetime warranty upon registration.
In terms of pricing, the regular EVGA GeForce GTX 570 has been listed at € 301, while the GeForce GTX 570 Superclocked is tagged with a price of € 321.13
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