KFA2 GeForce GTX 570 MDT X4 review
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 12/11/2011 02:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
The wicked ones at KFA2 are once again unleashing a new GeForce GTX 570 into the market. And yeah, the GTX 570 series seems to be 'the' card for the Christmas season when it comes to NVIDIA products.
KFA2 takes that GTX 570 to the next level though, custom PCB, custom cooling and then a finger licking default overclock at 800 MHz on the graphics core. It's ... that gorgeous blonde girl but then in hardware, pardon the euphemism.
MDT X4 -- yup you know, when ATI released Eyefinity a year or two ago NVIDIA was taken by surprise, I mean ... pants down, full frontal stuff and everything. What I found surprising is that NVIDIA never really adapted to some sort of Eyefinity for their single graphics card solutions. We know that for the future generations that's a thing of the past alright.
These days they have Surround view mode, but it requires two graphics cards setup in SLI or that very expensive GeForce GTX 590, which again has two GPUs. Currently the graphics card market is slow, very slow and the board partners are eagerly looking into adding new options into their products just to differentiate themselves and offer a comparable product opposed to the competition. One of the requests from board partners was to see products like the GTX 560, GTX 570 and even GTX 580 with some sort of surround view that can be used on just one graphics card.
The product today is the MDT X4 model, meaning you can connect four monitors simultaneously, and actually use them as well for desktop, productivity mode, but also gaming. Four monitors up to 19x10 are 'partly' supported, with just the one card. We'll explain more about that later on though.
Now granted, even for a GeForce GTX 570, driving a 3 monitor setup in gaming will make it run out of air, but still the somewhat dated titles will work fine really. And the newer titles, well yeah, you'll need to forfeit on image quality in order to regain performance.
Today as such we test the all new KFA2 GeForce GTX 570 MDT X4 (multi display technology). The card supports 2 / 3 / 4 monitors in span mode and 2x2 in stack mode over the DVI connectors.
So today we'll be focusing on single cards - single monitor performance, but obviously we'll hook up a couple of monitors as well to see if this feature actually works. Have a peek, and then let's head into the review, and admit it, that's a good looking piece of ... hardware.
We reviwe the GeForce GTX 660 EX OC from KFA2. the product comes factory tweaked for you and has been equipped with a dual-slot dual-fan cooling solution. It doesn't make any noise and it plays games .. hard.
KFA2 GeForce GTX 670 EX OC review
Say hello to our KFA2 GeForce GTX 670 EX OC review, in this article we'll look at a really pleasant offering from KFA2. The product is a factory overclocked, custom cooled, custom designed PCB GeForce GTX 670, yes this is the EX OC edition.
KFA2 GeForce GTX 570 MDT X4 review
We review the KFA2 GeForce GTX 570 MDT X4. The card supports 2 / 3 / 4 monitors in span mode and 2x2 in stack mode over the DVI connectors. KFA2 takes that GTX 570 to the next level though, custom PCB, custom cooling and then a finger licking default overclock at 800 MHz on the graphics core.
KFA2 GeForce GTX 560 Ti MDT x5 review
Connecting three or four monitors to one GeForce GTX 560 Ti is not possible ? Well sure it is. Check out the latest MDT x5 offering from KFA2, allowing you to game with multiple monitors on just the one card. thee or four monitors to one geForce GTX 560 Ti is not possible ? Well sure it is. Check out the latest MDT x5 offering from KFA2, allowing you to game with multiple monitors on just the one card.