Some two weeks after unveiling its first Thermal Guru customized GeForce GTX 580, Sparkle has returned to the spotlight to say that it’s also planning to release a GeForce GTX 570 equipped carrying the Thermal Guru name. The new GTX 570 has stock clocks – 732 MHz for the GPU, 1464 MHz for the shaders and 3800 MHz for the on-board memory (1280MB GDDR5), and is equipped with a dual-slot cooler that is about half the weight of the reference solution but is more efficient thanks to the use of two 80mm fans, backed by a heatsink with four direct-touch copper heatpipes and a “wind collecting” cover.
The GeForce GTX 570 Thermal Guru utilizes 480 CUDA Cores, has 3-way SLI support, includes CUDA, PhysX, 3D Vision (Surround) capabilities, and provides four display outputs – two DVI, one HDMI and one DisplayPort. No word on the price tag or availability.
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