EVGA Details GeForce GTX 570 HD “Classified” Series Graphics Card

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May 30, 2011

EVGA has announced to release a new GeForce GTX 570 based card which would be known as the “GTX 570 HD Classified” Series GPU. The card uses the stock reference heatsink cooler which cools the GF-110 chip beneath it. Offering high end performance in DirectX11 and Tessellation titles while using some Nvidia Exclsuive features such as PhysX, 3D Vision, Cuda and 3D stereoscopic display.

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Being part of the Classified series, The GPU offers vast room for overclocking and stability due to the custom designed 10-layer printed circuit board along with a 6 Phase VRM design which uses a 6+8 pin power connector configuration. EVGA will also include Voltage read points which would be integrated on the PCB for easier tacking of voltages. The card will use a 1280MB GDDR5 memory along a 320-bit wide memory interface.

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Clock speeds and Availability has not been announced but its likely to be revealed at the Computex 2011 event. Chances of a GTX 580 HD Classified card are also possible.