Palit, Gainward Packs GTX 580 Cards with 3 GB

Tech Connect reports that both Gainward and parent company Palit Microsystems have announced GeForce GTX 580 graphics cards with 3 GB of GDDR5 memory each.

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Vip3r4829d ago

Just imagine the GTX 590 with 6GB of RAM. That more than in my current SB rig lol.


EVGA GeForce GTX 580 Classified Video Card Review (BmR)

BenchmarkReviews.com: EVGA designed the GTX 580 Classified to be the ultimate version of what the GTX 580 could be. It was co-designed between EVGA and professional overclockers Vince "k|ngp|n" Lucido, and Illya "TiN" Tsemenko with the single goal to overclock unlike any card out on the market while at the same time looking great, and staying cool. Benchmark Reviews will see if EVGA has perfected the Fermi equation to provide great looks, extraordinary cooling, and extreme overclocking ability.

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fatstarr4571d ago

this card is too beast. the classified stuff from EVGA always makes me drool
the benchmarks =Oo

im glad nvidia and ati/amd stopped churning out cards for a while.


Liquid Cooling and Overclocking the GTX 580 with Danger Den

Guru3D: One review that has been wahayhaaay overdue is the one you're reading now. Early December we received a new water-block to liquid cool the GeForce GTX 580.

We finally had a GTX 580 available for modification and of course we jumped on it straight away.

So in the article we'll review the Danger Den GTX 580 liquid cooling block, as an extension to that we'll show you how to install the product and then look into cooling performance and everything related.

Gondee4793d ago

God those are expensive. I would never cool that card on my loop, it just costs to much. I would need another Rad and pump more tubing. It requires a double Rad by its self, are you serious -_-

toaster4792d ago

Well yeah, you're not going to cool a CPU + GPU loop on a single rad. You'd need more tubing though but I think you'll be safe with the pump unless it's really small, you'd need to move a lot of water.

In most cases, an i7 + high end GPU you would want a triple rad with fans that push some serious air like Noctua.


ASUS Introduces New High-End DirectCu II Series Graphics Cards

Based on ASUS DirectCU, which uses copper heat pipes in direct contact with the GPU core for up to 20% cooler performance, DirectCU II adds a custom cooler that uses twin 100mm fans for a massive 600% increase in airflow on HD 6970, HD 6950, GTX 580, and GTX 570 DirectCU II cards. ASUS has also launched the GTX 560 Ti DirectCU II TOP graphics card with dual 80mm fans for the best performance in its segment through doubled air power.

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