Gainward’s GTX 570 Phantom Previewed

Sabeeh Qureshi
Dec 20, 2010
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Exposed only a few days ago, Gainward’s GeForce GTX 570 Phantom has already went through a (p)review and exposed more of itself and its capabilities. The new GF110 card features a custom cooler with three PWM fans and six nickel-plated heatpipes, and, as expected is factory-overclocked.

The GTX 570 Phantom has 480 CUDA Cores, a GPU clock of 750 MHz (732 MHz stock), a shader clock of 1500 MHz (1464 MHz), a 320-bit memory interface, 1280MB of VRAM set to 3900 MHz (3800 MHz), 3-way SLI support, two PCIe (one 6-pin, one 8-pin) power connectors, and dual-DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort outputs.

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The GeForce GTX 570 Phantom should hit stores in the coming weeks. This is one bad ass looking card.

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