Reviews and Problems with EVGA GeForce GTX 570 Superclocked (012-P3-1572-AR)
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Great choice for a card
Trevor Preddy, Amazon
22 June 2014
Summary: I purchased this card as an upgrade to my Radeon HD 7450 on recommendation from a friend; he also has this card, and has a great experience with it. It works quietly and silently whilst producing peak graphics at minimal lag. Though I may be speaking from the perspective of somebody going from videogames at minimum settings to maximum, I am still no less extremely satisfied with this card.
Summary: EVGA is a wonderful company and my issue with the Card is not one that EVGA is responsible for. The card is simply bad across all manufactures. Please be warned that you should NOT buy this card regardless of manufacture. I have the one here form EVGA and I have spent the last two months in an endless attempt to resolve what ultimately is turning out to be simply a bad card design. Please please avoid buying this card. Buy a 560TI or later generation.
Summary: EVGA GeForce GTX 570 Superclocked 1280 MB GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 may be is a good video card for other people but to me is a little noise, I can't say much about the video card because I just try and return it. Be aware about the size, I have huge case and the video card fits pretty well but if u have smaller cage it won't fit .
This Card Is one of the Best for the Price! Great for Games!
10 January 2013
Summary: I love This Card! I have never found the need to overclock this as I find it plenty powerful enough at stock speeds. I only have one at the moment but hope to pair it up with another one for a sweet SLI setup in the near future,Not that it needs to be, I have never ran into a game this hot-rod couldn't handle..not even close! I got a good deal on mine($187.00 Used)and would gladly do it again.