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MSI GeForce N570 Twin Frozr III Power Edition OC Review

Rating: 8.5.

Today we are looking at a highly modified Nvidia GTX 570 solution from MSI, featuring an uprated power configuration, voltage adjustment and a dual fan Twin Frozr III cooler. Not only has the card been modified from the ground up for ultimate performance, but MSI have included new Propeller Blade fans to enhance airflow by 20 percent. MSI claim that these fans reduce GPU temperature by 18c and fan noise by 7.7 dBa when compared against the reference solution.

This card is built for maximum performance, aided by the 6+1 phase power technology and Triple Overvoltage support which MSI claim enhances overclocking capabilities by 22 percent. The MSI GeForce GTX 570 Twin Frozr III Power Edition is also supplied in a preoverclocked state, with the core clock increased to 770mhz and the 1280MB of GDDR5 memory running at 1000mhz.

Propeller Blade on Twin Frozr III
– Twin Frozr III Thermal Design with 18℃ cooler & 7.7 dB quieter.
– Propeller Blade technology for 20% more airflow.
– Dual 8cm fans with dual 8mm SuperPipes for best heat dissipation.

Power Edition Architecture

– Triple overvoltage function support by MSI Afterburner to raise overclock capability.
– 6+1 Phase PWM Design provides better overclock stability.

MSI Exclusive P/S Switch Function
– Dual fan speed profiles–Performance/Silent.
– Performance Mode provides best cooling demand; Silent Mode balances noise and GPU Temperature.

Military Class II Components
– SFC (Super Ferrite Choke) has higher current for better overclocking ability.
– Hi-C CAP for GPU provides more precise voltage.
– All Solid CAPs have longer lifespan.

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  • Herrodld

    They make great cards, although I read a thread on guru3d last month from some guy who bought a similarly cooled card and he said it failed on him in the space of a few weeks. maybe he got unlucky.

  • Bernie

    570 is a great price now, very competitive and faster than HD6970 at reference clocks.

    I would probably still spend a bit more on 580.

  • UInidin

    My frozr card was running v ery hot. IO removed the cooler, and replaced the thermal paste. it fixed the problem. its a common factory related issue going on threads on internet. whoever is applying paste is not applying enough.

  • Xac

    Nice. good price for a modified card too. I am happy with my 560 however. I only game at 1080p and dont worry about anti aliasing.

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  • Joseph

    Good range of cards, never owned one, but the reviews are always positive. I would always change the thermal paste on a card before using it, as factory application is always garbage.

    This is why I never buy XFX, because you invalidate warranty now by taking the cooler off. (stickers on the screws).

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