New custom GTX 570 from EVGA caters to overclockers with advanced PWM, Voltage read points and more.
With Computex starting very shortly, we’re only a few hours away from a deluge of new product announcements but the first to reach our inbox was a quick mention of a card we’ve been hearing rumors about for the last month: the EVGA GTX 570 Classified.
EVGA targets their Classified series towards overclockers and enthusiasts and this GTX 570 looks like it has what it takes. The preliminary info given to us indicates a 10-layer custom PCB and advanced 6-phase digital PWM will be used while voltage read points are integrated into the PCB for quick access to vital information. For some additional overclocking headroom, the Classified is equipped with a 6+8 pin power connector layout. Finally, EVGA’s new “HD” designation comes from the fact that this card houses a full sized HDMI 1.4 connector as well as a DisplayPort output.
Our source also tells us a new GTX 580 Classified will be available in the next little while!
Unfortunately, we haven’t been able to pry clock speed or pricing information out of our sources but we’ll update this post once each becomes available.