NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 1280MB GDDR5 PCIe

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570 1280MB GDDR5 PCIe
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Based on 17 scores, 62 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    10
  • Good:
    7
  • Average:
    0
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Best performance in its class.
  • Can compete successfully againt GeForce GTX 480.
  • High performance with enabled tessellation.

Cons:

  • No serious drawbacks discovered.
  • Offers only slight improvements over GTX 480.

Expert reviews and ratings

By GamePro on 80

Nvidia's GeForce GTX 570 delivers the power and improved efficiency of the revamped Fermi architecture at a palatable price point.[Editor's Note 4/15/11: Reprinted with permission from PC World. For more graphics card coverage, check out PC...

By DigitalVersus on 100

NVIDIA has brought out a little pearl here: rapid gaming, compatible with a panoply of extra features (3D, CUDA) and, above all, fairly quiet. Keep an eye on pricing changes to get best value for...

By Expreview on

Compared with GeForce GTX 580,GeForce GTX 570 has better cost performance and continues GTX 580 design solution,and their gap is around 13%.Although spec of GTX 570 is slightly lower than GeForce GTX 480,it outperforms GTX 480 by 4.53% averagely.While...

By BeHardware on

With a new version of its flagship GPU, the manufacture of which is less problematic, NVIDIA has more room for manoeuvre and this is immediately noticeable with this new version of the GeForce GTX 580. NVIDIA hasn’t had to reduce the clocks on the...

By X-bit Labs on

This test session has been rather boring. It’s not because the GeForce GTX 570 is defective or bad. On the contrary, the new card from Nvidia is invariably excellent in each test, being roughly similar to the previous flagship GeForce GTX 480 in...

By Techgage on

Has NVIDIA's latest product done enough to end the year on a high note for the company? That all depends on your perspective of things, but what we do have here is a mostly attractive offering. More often than not, the GeForce GTX 570 was...

By Expert Reviews on 100

The best choice for die-hard gamers today, but we’d wait for AMD’s efforts before making a purchase....

By Bright Side of News on

Now that the GF110 is out in the form of the GTX580 (what Fermi was meant to be), we are beginning to wonder what nVidia’s strategy will be.Will they start the long slow process of replacing the 4 series? Will they do something like AMD and allow...

By HotHardware on

The new GeForce GTX 570 and EVGA GeForce GTX 570 SuperClocked cards performed very well throughout our battery of tests. Generally speaking, the GTX 570 performs at about the same level as the GeForce GTX 480, beating it in some tests, while trailing...

By Benchmark Reviews on

IMPORTANT: Although the rating and final score mentioned in this conclusion are made to be as objective as possible, please be advised that every author perceives these factors differently at various points in time. While we each do our best to...

By Fudzilla on

Just in time for the holidays Nvidia came out with the GTX 570, a second in line GF110 GPU based card. It is important to note that GF110 offers superior power/performance ratio and most certainly better acoustic properties compared to the GF100,...

By Hardware Canucks on

As we are slowly getting to know the GTX 500-series, it’s becoming quite obvious that NVIDIA is absolutely hell bent on covering the high end market with refreshed cards before AMD can fire off their answering salvo. The ironic thing about this is...

By Neoseeker on

When the GTX 580 entered our labs a month ago it was clear that NVIDIA had greatly improved the performance, power consumption, acoustics and heat output of their high-end Fermi architecture. The GTX 580 highlighted what a fully equipped 512 CUDA...

By HardOCP on

The GeForce GTX 570 is impressive to say the least. Our testing has shown that the GTX 570 is similar in performance to the GeForce GTX 480. In that regard, you could say the GTX 570 is the GTX 480 replacement, bringing that level of performance to a...

By The Tech Report on

The lowdown on the GeForce GTX 570 is pretty straightforward: performance on par with a GeForce GTX 480, power consumption and noise levels on par with a GTX 470, and a price tag of 350 bucks. The card's stock cooler is nice and quiet, too. We would...

By AnandTech on

NVIDIA can be a very predictable company at times. It’s almost unheard of for them to release only a single product based on a high-end GPU, so when they released the excellent GeForce GTX 580 last month we knew it was only a matter of time until...

By Overclock3D on 90

When we reviewed the GTX580 recently the main question we were left with afterwards was is it sufficiently good enough to justify the increase in price over the GTX480.There was no doubt that it is the ultimate single-GPU solution, and by quite some...

By PCPer on

The GeForce GTX 570 doesn't bring anything really new to the table in terms of graphics technology but it does bring performance that was once only available to $430+ options to a new, lower price point of $349. The GTX 570 also runs cooler and...

By PC Pro on 83

A slightly more affordable option for those after Nvidia’s table-topping graphics speeds...

By Bit-tech.net on 90

We must admit to being taken by surprise by the release of the GeForce GTX 570 1.3GB so soon after that of the GeForce GTX 580 1.5GB, but it certainly makes sense. With ATI dragging its heels for whatever reason over the HD 6900-series cards, Nvidia...