During a previous news article, we stated that the Californian nVIDIA were planning on releasing new GeForce video cards on Tuesday. This has now been done, with the announcement indicating that various elements have been implemented by the brands partners.
Following on from the current GeForce GTX 480, which is the current top of the line offering for desktop computers, we now have the GeForce GTX 570 powered by a 732 MHz core with 1.28 GB of GDDR5 320-bit memory running at 3 800 MHz.
And while we already knew that this card would be DirectX 11 compatible with power consumption in the order of 225 Watts, its official release has now revealed connectivity options including two DVI ports and a mini-HDMI port.
Gigabyte’s model, Palit and PNY (click to enlarge)
As for the painful part, the price should be around 350 dollars.