Reviews and Problems with Asus GTX 570 DirectCU II
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Simple a beast
Pen Name, Amazon
25 June 2013
Summary: Asus made a beast of a GTX 570, the temperature is absolutely great, it's not a lousy VC, OC like a champ, a little big, but not for a ATX MOBO and Mid and full towers. The Best VC that I ever had and Asus is magical.
Summary: Im using it for more than a year and right now im playing Skyrim at Ultra settings with high res texture package at 1400*900 , not overclock (its not needed) and my GPU temp don't pass over 60°C (with a good and vent case)
Summary: Ok, lots of good things to say about this card. - Much quieter than my previous GTX-275 - Uses less power than my GTX-275 - Has excellent performance in Battlefield 3 - Appears to be very reliable even under extreme loads - Feels very well built.. Good job ASUS The only negative thing I have to say about it is the fact that it takes up 3 slots.. But that wasn't enough of a worry 5 stars out the door, and all day long.
Summary: First of all a review of the seller. Thank you very much for the great packaging and note. Arrived on time with everything included. Practically brand new. Now a review on the product. I used this for gaming on Battlefield 3. Played on "High" settings (no AA), V-sync on, with my 60 Hz monitor and kept 60 fps about 95% of the time. With V-sync off it would range from about 55 FPS to 110 FPS.
Summary: Replaced an EVGA stock GTX570 card that was loud and ran so hot that it would spontaneously shut down my gaming machine. This card is cool (30's idle, high 60's under load) and very quiet. It takes 3 slots so you probably won't SLI this one, but that wasn't an issue for me. VERY pleased with this card.
Summary: I bought this card in Feb of 2012 and have been extremely happy with it. Currently the most GPU intensive game I play right now is Planetside 2 and this card handles it very well, the only thing hold me back is my 5 year old CPU (Q6600 Kentsfield) and not by much. I am writing this to provide a word of caution to potential buyers and current users. This card is large, as has been stated many times, but it is also very heavy.
Summary: first i must say this card is really big, the power that you get for your money is great it handle every game that come at it i buy a 850wat psu to power two of this beast but it cant manage it so im going to get a 1200wat supply, if you are going for this card plz get a psu over 800wat n
Summary: I upgraded from dual GTX 260's to this beast x2 an all I can say is that it's a night and day difference. I can run anything and everything I play maxed out and it won't hiccup, if you are looking for a great SLi setup just make sure you buy the right board and you won't regret it. Direct CU coolers are top of the line, I have seen 28c idle on the second card and 34c idle on my first card and that's with a room ambient of 75F (23c).
Christopher Childress "I enjoy filling a long..., Amazon
2 September 2012
Summary: I had really needed to upgrade my video card from my previous 3-4year old model, and this card fit the bill. I was excited to finally have hardware-accelerated PhysX, and I run BOINC often so the CUDA cores were a big perk. However, most video cards that aren't budget models all exhibit audible noise to varying degrees. Some are quite noticeable, some not so much. Under normal clock speeds, this card is dead silent.
Summary: This is a great product, it has a excellent performance also without OC this video card. If you want to get some extra performance you can OC for an oncredible result, this is my configuration... i7 3770k OC 4.2 Asus GTX 570 OC 950 Mhz 16 GB RAM Corsair Vengeance DDR3 SSD 120 SANDISK EXTREME Corsair V8 Corsair ENTHUSIAST TX750 SB Recon3D Champiom LG BluRay RW HAF12 5 Fans 120mm and other thing... THIS IS BETTER THAN A THE NEXT iMAC! so ENJOY!! See you all!