Originally Posted by 8ight
If you are trying to say the VRM is better, you are wrong. 570s have been blowing up due to their poor VRM.
Chill out buddy. The 570's get a bad rep because of their poor reference design, leading to blown out capacitors due to mild overclock, therefore, bringing the whole card come down to a screeching halt.
The new re-designed "non" reference 570's (Asus DCII, Twin Frozr III) will not break a sweat at decent overclocks. There is very minimal chance of burning those cards out.
And actually, you are wrong about the VRM theory. If we're talking about 1080p here, as new games come out (such as Skyrim and BF3) upping the eye candy on a 560 ti will start to show signs of weakness because it'll start reaching the 1ghz territory, but the 570 will allow better breathing space because of the extra 2800 mhz VRM and will continue to dominate the fps charts when things are getting pushed to its brink.