There was speculation about whether the reduction rather was merely temporary or permanent, a move initially appeared to take away the limelight from the new Radeon HD 6800. But seeing that we have the Ge Force GTX 580 to the market and rumors of the GTX 560 and 570, it seems that the mentioned reduction is permanent until the product is depleted and disappears.
Never were right at all but it seems that the GTX 570 could have a very similar performance to the current Ge Force GTX 480 but consume very less and it would follow that the GTX 560 could be very similar to the current GTX 470, but this we will not know until they arrive and assume that we'll be in 2011.
With the arrival of the Radeon HD 6850 all aimed at competing directly with the Geforce GTX 460 and now we could compare the two graphics cards, the result was very ambiguous and no clear winner, at least in our test. Then many were quick to compare the Radeon HD 6870 with the GeForce GTX 470, we thought that the GTX 470 were superior, but today we will see more precisely or with results in hand.
The arrival of the GTX 500 will be talking about, in fact already being done with the GTX 580, so to see the performance of a GeForce GTX 470 at this point and with the latest drivers was something that was worthwhile and more if the card came to us from MSI with his, now famous, Twin cooling system which ensures Frozr II low temperatures and a good sound.
Criticism of the GeForce GTX 470 and 480 came from consumption, heat and noise, consumer issues we doubt that the assembly can do much, but heat and noise in itself, and it seems that we are facing one of the best GTX 470 that can be found in stores and are eager to start get their hands on this card.