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Wednesday, 22 December 2010 14:12

Gainward rolls out its GTX 570 Phantom

Written by Slobodan Simic

Massive cooler and factory overclock

Already pixellized and detailed earlier this week, Gainward has now officially released its GF110 based GTX 570 Phantom card. Featuring a factory overclock and massive triple-slot cooler, the new Phantom GTX 570 has already gathered a lot of attention from the enthusiast market.

As noted, the new GTX 570 Phantom card features a triple-slot cooler that has six heatpipes paried up with a large area heatsink with copper base and a total of 44 aluminum fins. This massive heatsink is cooled by no less than three 80mm PWM fans. According to Gainward, this cooler is enough to keep the GTX 570 Phantom 15°C cooler and 58 percent quieter than the reference card.

Unfortunately, Gainward decided to keep the factory overclock at a rather modest level so the card works at 750MHz for the GPU, 1500MHz for shaders and 3900MHz for 1280MB of GDDR5 memory paired up with a 320-bit memory interface. We are quite sure that with a such massive cooler the GTX 570 Phantom can certainly be overclocked even higher as we already had Gainward's GTX 570 GS GLH card that works at 800MHz for the GPU.

The card needs one 6-pin and one 8-pin power connector in order to work and has two DVI, an HDMI and DisplayPort outputs. Unfortunately, the card is yet to be listed and Gainward didn't announce the price or the availability date.




Last modified on Wednesday, 22 December 2010 16:39
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+46 #1 3doog 2010-12-22 17:38
That heatsink is beautiful
+3 #2 arclight 2010-12-22 17:45
Nice looking card....
I would very much like to see a review of this card and I think Gainward is a underestimated brand, they seem to make good products.
+11 #3 Sethroque 2010-12-22 19:10
This card looks amazing! I'm hoping to see a 560 Phantom soon hahaha
+8 #4 function69 2010-12-22 20:53
would be nice to see a review of this card and the actual temps
+5 #5 yasin 2010-12-22 21:53
that would run at quite low temps.i mean, just look at that damn cooling.
+10 #6 Jurassic1024 2010-12-22 22:42
I love it
+4 #7 LuísPinto 2010-12-22 23:32
Very ingenious true beutiful heatsink.
+2 #8 LASER 2010-12-23 02:15
holy shit !!!! never thought it cud be that great looking.,.. it definately deserves attention....+UPs

Its amazing no one thought about this kinda design before... the guy is F*ing genius!

!st look at this card and u forgets the GTX 580's performance...This 1 looks like latest to military !
-2 #9 oblivion 2010-12-23 03:45
Vapor Cooling > Heat Pipes

nuff said
-11 #10 LASER 2010-12-23 04:12
who here is nurd who liked to give -ve to my comment... yea f*ing moron sicks always be there....
Card is defintely rocks !!

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