NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 Launched

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570

Today is the release day of 3DMark11, but also of NVIDIA new DX11 card, the GeForce GTX 570.

The GeForce GTX 570 is based on the same GPU than the GeForce GTX 580 but one SM (Streaming Multiprocessor) has been disabled (a SM has 32 SP or Shader processors) resulting a total number of CUDA cores of 480 (like the GTX 480!).

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570

GeForce GTX 570 Features

  • GPU: GF110 @ 732MHz
  • Shader processors: 480
  • Streaming multiprocessors: 15
  • Memory: five memory controllers (5x256MB) for a total of 1280MB of GDDR5 @ 950MHz real speed (or 1900MHz DDR or 3800MHz effective, see here for details:Graphics Cards Memory Speed Demystified), 320-bit
  • ROPs: 40
  • Texture units: 60
  • TDP: 219W
  • Power connectors: two 6-pin
  • 3-way SLI support
  • 3D API: OpenGL 4.1 and Direct3D 11
  • GPU Computing: CUDA, PhysX, OpenCL 1.1 and DirectCompute
  • Price: around US $350


GeForce GTX 570 OpenGL and Direct3D Performances

GeForce GTX 570 - ShaderToyMark
OpenGL: ShaderToyMarksource

GeForce GTX 570 - TessMark
OpenGL: TessMarksource

GeForce GTX 570 - OpenGL performances
OpenGL – source

GeForce GTX 570 - Direct3D performances
Direct3D – source

GeForce GTX 570 GPU Temperature and Power Consumption

The GTX 570 has the same power draw limiter than the GTX 580. See here: GeForce GTX 580 Power Monitoring Details. Then the hardcore websites that use FurMark to push the GTX 570 have disabled the OCP protection with GPU-Z: GeForce GTX 580 Unlocked: 350W Under FurMark Thanks To GPU-Z.

GeForce GTX 570 GPU temperature under FurMark

GeForce GTX 570 power consumption: FurMark

GeForce GTX 570 power consumption: Crysis

GeForce GTX 570 Reviews

4 thoughts on “NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 Launched”

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  2. Korvin77

    *looks at Crysis Warhead results* good, good my dark apprentice, you make progress!

  3. Psolord

    I like this card very much.

    A 570 SLI is quite possibly my next choice, unless the rumors they say about the 6950 are true. You know, that it will give 580 performance at 570 price.

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