nVidia GTX570 Review

Crysis Warhead, Alien vs Predator

nVidia GTX570 Review

Crysis Warhead

After the high results we've seen on the previous pages it's clear we might be gaining some performance from the latest drivers, or our initial GTX580 wasn't quite up to snuff in certain games as the GTX570 definitely strolls through Crysis Warhead comfortably. When overclocked we see 70fps average which is impressive in anyones book.


Alien vs Predator

Normal service is resumed with AvP but the GTX570 still rocks hard, keeping up with the highly impressive GTX480 Lightning. Its bigger brother wins out quite comprehensively, but considering the price differential it's not to be sniffed at.

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Most Recent Comments

07-12-2010, 09:07:29

Now look what you have gone and done. You have made me reach for my wallet....Quote

07-12-2010, 09:14:11

Mr. Strawberry
i think i am in love lolQuote

07-12-2010, 09:17:19

Fits right where we expected. I would have liked to have seen 470 results in there as well because I am sure a lot of people will be trying to decide between the lower priced 470 and the new-kid-on-the-block 570. Nice review though. I hope nVidia can keep on this path of winning cards for awhile. It will be interesting to see what AMD fires back with at the $350 price range.

How early did you get 3DMark 11?Quote

07-12-2010, 09:17:21

Tom what would you recon is best, a 580 gtx overclocked or 2x MSI 460 GTX Hawk overclocked?

And will you do a review of the MSI 460 GTX Hawk?Quote

07-12-2010, 09:28:13

I saw the AMD 1100T review and thought to myself, the 570 review is bigger news, is Tom on crack?

Great review again.

No point to do a 460 GTX Hawk review, its a great card, its got a better cooler than reference and arguably can handle over voltage without issue. Honestly, I'd go and pick up a 570 before I dropped money on a 2x GTX 460 Hawk configuration.Quote

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