Thursday, November 17th 2011

KFA2 Launches GeForce GTX 570 MDT X4 Graphics Card

The KFA2 GeForce 570 MDT X4 is designed to play the latest DirectX 11 games in full 1080p. Whilst the KFA2 GeForce 570 supports up to 4 monitors its main feature includes ‘Virtual single monitor mode’ which shares one desktop across 3 screens, producing surround HD game play.

The card features 4 DVI ports to support digital PC displays natively, and also has one Mini-HDMI port with digital audio for use with HDTVs. Like the GTX 560 Ti MDT X5, the GTX 570 MDT X4 also allows you to connect an additional display for the Windows desktop to use for chats, playlists, video, supporting all the latest features such as DirectX11 and PhysX.

Another new KFA2-exclusive technology featured in the GTX 570 MDT X4 is the KFA2 HT-Engine, the 1st KFA2 in-house designed chipset to manage, monitor and over-clock your graphics card. The HT-Engine includes the Power Meter to view the entire card’s status and monitor consumption, Voltage Setting for extreme over-clocking enthusiasts, and Dual Bios which acts as a fail-safe backup for Bios customization and updating.

In addition, KFA2 will be bundling the new, custom KFA2 developed EZY Display Setting Management software to make configuring and managing multiple displays and the application windows, with ease of a single click of the mouse. More info can be found here.

KFA2 continues to lead the way in the world of performance graphics cards with new innovations in cutting edge hardware and software.

“One GTX 570 – four monitors, 1080p surround gaming, Extreme over-clocked edition with a black PCB and a black matt finished quad heat-pipe cooler – say no more” said Graham Brown, European Marketing Manager.
The KFA2 GeForce GTX 570 MDT X4 EX OC Graphic Cards are backed by a 2 year warranty and will be available at leading online and in-store retailers throughout Europe.
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6 Comments on KFA2 Launches GeForce GTX 570 MDT X4 Graphics Card

#1
Scatler
And i price tag higher than than the highest skyscraper i presume?
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#2
micropage7
wow nice stuff, they design the card pretty good
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#3
Xaser04
This does sound interesting and is certainly better than the half assed GTX560Ti effort.

At least they now have proper 1080p multi monitor support.
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#4
theJesus
When is nvidia finally going to have native multi-monitor support like AMD/ATI? I mean more than just 2.
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#5
entropy13
by: theJesus
When is nvidia finally going to have native multi-monitor support like AMD/ATI? I mean more than just 2.
We could only hope they start doing so once Kepler comes out.
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#6
basco
this would be the first fermi without even shadercore clocks???
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