Point of View - known for its range of NVIDIA based 3D Graphics cards, Netbooks and other PC products - announces today the new GeForce GTX 570 graphics card accompanied with two TGT/POV Overclocked variants: the POV GeForce GTX570 Charged and Ultra Charged. The GeForce GTX570 is the 1st wingman of the worlds’ fastest graphics card and contains all the next generation features which were recently launched with the flagship GTX 580 card. This GeForce 500 series graphics card really pushes the envelope by a GPU, PCB and cooling system optimization. A ‘vapor chamber’ based cooler ensures fast and efficient heat dissipation whilst the PCB has been restructured for energy leaks. The result: more performance, less heat and lower noise level. Point of View’s newest enthusiast graphics card has a native support for DirextX 11 technology including hardware tessellation acceleration. The hardware tessellation acceleration techniques in the GeForce GTX570 will definitely boost in game detail to an absolute maximum. No need to choose between quantity and quality, with the GeForce GTX570 you now can have the best quality graphics, the best features AND the best performance! The GPU runs on 732 MHz GPU and uses 1280 MB’s ultrafast DDR5 memory. Powered by an insane amount of 480 shader cores with an individual shader clock of 1464 MHz; the GeForce GTX570 is more than capable of running the newest games on the highest level of detail. No hick-ups, jaggies or annoying draw distance! Just 100% pure gaming bliss! But for those who want even more there are the… POV/TGT GeForce GTX 570 Charged and Ultra Charged The hand selected POV/TGT GeForce GTX 570 Ultra ChargedTM is of highest quality and tuned by TGT in Germany to feature rock solid stability even beyond the documented clock settings of 810 MHz (plus) core clock, 1620 MHz (plus) shader clock and 3960 MHz memory clock. In addition, Point of View and TGT are offering the POV/TGT GeForce GTX 570 ChargedTM running at 772 MHz (plus) core clock, 1544 (plus) MHz shader clock and 3888 MHz memory clock.