KFA2 GTX570 Review

AvP and The Witcher 2

KFA2 GTX570 Review

Alien vs Predator

By virtue of being a strict benchmark test AvP shows how well the KFA² performs when compared to the standard GTX570. A 7 frame-per-second improvement in both stock and overclocked trim is not to be sniffed at.

The Witcher 2

We're always on the lookout for fresh games to make our graphics cards sweat. When Crysis Warhead first appeared we never imagined anything would get close to playable, yet modern hardware dispenses with it easily. Enter The Witcher 2. This is a hugely scalable game capable of being played on almost any setup, with the obvious reductions in detail that lower settings entails.

However what we're interested in is the full-on Ultra settings, which even the creators admit is designed for future hardware. Be in no doubt that this will bring anything to its knees. The KFA² GTX570 makes a good fist of things, being around the 25 FPS mark which isn't bad considering this is the finest looking game on the planet right now.

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07-09-2011, 11:24:25

sheroo
The way that fan lifts up is "genius". If I had a pure gaming rig I'd deffo put one of these in there.

I wish you could run 3 monitors off of a single nVidia gpu Quote

07-09-2011, 11:27:05

yassarikhan786
Awesome review TTL. I'm loving how easy it is to clean the fan. The card itself looks the dog's danglies as you say and would be a brill edition to any blue themed build.Quote

07-09-2011, 11:36:18

Stl Drifter

07-09-2011, 11:41:56

yassarikhan786
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Originally Posted by Stl Drifter View Post
Yeh it's the same card. The only difference is the sticker on the fan.Quote

07-09-2011, 11:58:32

Stl Drifter
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Originally Posted by yassarikhan786 View Post

Yeh it's the same card. The only difference is the sticker on the fan.
Good , im going to pic me up 1 for my Silverstone RV03 build.Quote
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