Sweclockers has posted a leaked spec sheet from Palit that probably has the final specifications of nVIDIA’s next release, the GTX 570. The new card of course will based on the GF110 GPU and will come with one shader module disabled, meaning 480 CUDA cores and two memory controllers less giving a 320bit memory interface with 1280MB of GDDR5 memory onboard. It will feature clocks of 732/1464/3800MHz for the GPU, the CUDA cores, and for the memory respectively. We can expect similar performance levels as the GTX480, but with lower power consumption so the GTX 570 will need “only” two 6-pin PCIe power connectors with its TDP being 225W. On connectivity it will feature two dual-link DVI outputs and one mini-HDMI connector meeting the 1.4a standards. Embargo on the cards will be lifted on the 7th of December, so cards can be expected to arrive in e-tail the following day, putting the launch on the 8th of December.