TweakTown published a Gainward GeForce GTX 570 1280MB review.
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Quote from review: "With the GTX 580 launch being extremely rough for us, there was no way the GTX 570 launch could be any rougher. Still, it wasn‚t easy with the card shipping to us at the last minute and me having to personally pick it up from the courier depot nothing short of 15 hours ago so that I could get this review to you. Still, everything went to some form of plan in the end and at least I‚m able to bring you the GTX 570 review the second the NDA lifts; even if it does have to share the lime light a little with 3DMark 11. I‚m not sure if it was done on purpose by one of the companies or what, but you would assume that they both can‚t be that happy; you‚d think we‚d have a little bit of space between the two launches. Really, though, it doesn‚t matter now.
What does matter is that we‚re looking at the GTX 570 here; the replacement to the GTX 470 which really hasn‚t existed for a bit now. Over the past few months it‚s been all about two models from NVIDIA; the GTX 480 which was the fastest single GPU card on the market, and the GTX 460. The latter could beat a GTX 480 when it was paired up with a second card. It costs less and supported surround vision. It was a killer card and SLI was a killer combination that just yielded massive performance. The GTX 460 was one of the first cards to bring real value to the SLI market."
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