The GeForce GTX 480 and GTX 470 were often complained for being too hot and too power-hungry to run, but NVIDIA has made substantial tweaks and improvements with the GeForce GTX 460 and things are certainly looking up for them in recent times. To build on their momentum, NVIDIA is rumored to release a new part in the near future. Dubbed the GeForce GTX 570, it will pack 480 cores and will, for all intents and purposes, replace the old GTX 480.
Tweaktown - NVIDIA are on a roll, and that roll is down a green hill made of money and good times. Palit's sales sheet for the GTX570 has been distributed ahead of NVIDIA's official launch of the upcoming GTX570 on December 7th.
The GTX570 has the same number of cores as the older GTX480, but has them clocked 32MHz faster. It's down to 1.28GB of memory from 1.5GB and that 1.28GB of memory is down to a 320-bit bus.
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