Following the yesterday sneak peak of its upcoming "special" GTX 580 Classified card, EVGA has now rolled out yet another card in its high-end series, the GTX 570 Classified. Featuring a quite plain looking reference blower fan, the new GTX 570 is anything but reference due to the completely redesigned PCB.
As noted, the new GTX 570 Classified features a 10-layer PCB with 6-phased VRM design. It packs 480 CUDA cores with GPU set at 822MHz and shader clock set at 1645MHz. The card comes with 1280MB of GDDR5 memory clocked at 3902MHz and paired up with a 320-bit memory interface.
Of course, EVGA also included the voltage read points in case you are going for some serious overclocking and the card needs one 8-pin and one 6-pin PCI-Express power connector. The backplate features two DVI, HDMI and Displayport outputs and the card has support for Nvidia's PhysX, CUDA, 3D Vision Surround as well as support for 3-way SLI.
The card is currently only listed at EVGA's shop with a price tag set at US $359.99 but we are sure that EVGA will be rolling out pretty soon.
You can find it here.