Alright alright, as always packaging first. The product is well packaged and of course comes with the complimentary bundle, let's have a look at that.
So, above you can see the GeForce GTX 570, the Sonic Platinum model. It is available for roughly 375~400 EUR though we hope price will level >375 EUR in a few weeks. You get the basics like the graphics card, manual and a demo and driver CD, 6-pin power converter and a DVI-VGA converter.
Overall a nice and dark/grey looking card. The card has what Palit calls a Mercury design, which refers to the graphics card cooler color of course. It's heatpipe based and has two quite silent 80mm fans.
The GeForce GTX 570 comes with 1.2 GB memory. The reference cards are clocked at a 732 MHz core frequency, 1464 MHz on the shader processors and the GDDR5 memory runs at 950 MHz. This is GDDR5 thus the memory runs at quad data-rate, thus effectively you may quadruple that number, hence you'll spot it clocked at 3800 MHz effective everywhere.
Being non reference, this card is clocked at 800 MHz on the core, 1600 MHz on the shader domain and 4000 MHz on the GDDR5 memory.
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