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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 570, DisplayPort

Gigabyte has unveiled a new 2.0 revision of two of its GeForce GTX 570: the GV-N570UD-13I and the overclocked GV-N570OC-13I.

The GV-N570UD-13I Rev 1.0 left and the GV-N570UD-13I Right Rev 2.0

For the two graphics cards, the changes are the same. For starters, the power supply requires only two six-pin PCIe connectors (as on the reference cards), against one to six and eight-pin before.

The video outputs were also reviewed and graphics cards now have two DVI-DL, an HDMI and a DisplayPort socket when it had to settle for two DVI-DL and another mini HDMI revisions 1.0.

The rest of the technical characteristics do not change: the GPU GV-N570UD-13I Rev 2.0 is clocked at 732 MHz against 1900 MHz for 1280 MB of GDDR5, is exactly the frequencies recommended by NVIDIA, while the GV-N570OC-13I Rev 2.0 are respectively 780 MHz and 1900 MHz.

Finally, note that in both cases, they will be equipped with cooler “Windforce 3X” brand. Gigabyte does against by any information on price or availability of the cards.

 

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