Galaxy launching a MDT version of the GTX 570

/ 7 years ago

Galaxy, one of the many manufacturers producing high end hardware, has recently announced the latest version in their MDT product line with the GTX570 MDT X4.

Galaxy has indeed been working on bringing multiple display technology to lower end graphics cards through the MDT series, which stands for Multi-Display Technology.

Through the output presents, being four DVI and one Mini-HDMI, you will be able to plug up to four displays and enable a three-display surround gaming for a great gaming experience without having to break the bank on the GPU.

Obviously DirectX 11 and PhysX are included, but Galaxy has gone a step further by including two extras; the first one being their first in-house designed chipset, dubbed G-Engine, which is in charge of the management, monitoring and the overclocking of your graphics card. The second bonus is the Galaxy developed EZY Display Setting Management software that allows for easy configuring and management of multiple display as well as Windows applications with a single click.

For the cooling, a quad heapipe cooler is topped with a fan, the same ‘old’ design that has proven effective on countless occasions. As for the revolution, some restrictions apply, with 3840×1200 in 2×1 span mode (1920×1200 each) and 5760×1080 in 3×1 span mode (1920×1080 each).

Nothing about the price so far and the same goes for the release date, although we do know that the Galaxy GTX 570 MDT X4 will be coming soon to etailers such as Amazon, TigerDirect and Newegg.



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