Thursday, November 4th 2010

Inno3D GeForce GTX 580 Pictured

Here's perhaps the first picture of an NVIDIA partner-branded GeForce GTX 580 graphics card, this one coming from Inno3D. The GeForce GTX 580 is based on NVIDIA's new GF110 graphics processor, in which the company claims to have refined the GPU design from previous generation GF100 many fold, increasing performance and performance per Watt. NVIDIA's latest GPU could be closer than you think, with the company expediting its launch to the first half of this month. The Product was listed at French online store Cybertek, priced at 499.99 EUR.

Source: Revioo
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95 Comments on Inno3D GeForce GTX 580 Pictured

#1
buggalugs
Inno3D comes with self destructing hardware, card will blow up within 2 years.
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#2
RejZoR
Similar experience with Club3D. One card died by itself, new replacement was squeeling like crazy.
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#3
[H]@RD5TUFF
Price ?

And is this a reference design ?
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#4
Lionheart
Looks nice, all we gotta do is wait for the reviews & price
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#5
Bjorn_Of_Iceland
by: buggalugs
Inno3D comes with self destructing hardware, card will blow up within 2 years.
That was way back. Particularly entry levels like mx series. 6600 series had some overheating issues as well.

Owned an inno 8800gt, gtx280 and a GTX295. Quite sturdy, 8800gt is still alive up to today (as per the buyer. Sold it while back). Compared to palit (2 of which have died on me. a GTX260 and a 480). Rma is smooth though.

I do wish gf100 thermalright brackets would fit em.. have a spare spitfire here waiting to be heated :D
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#6
AltecV1
does the small nuclear plant come with the card or do you have to buy it separately?
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#8
Bjorn_Of_Iceland
by: Fourstaff
Is that ... made of wood?
Would they do that? Screw them!
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#9
bear jesus
The "3d vision surround" on the sticker makes me hope/wish that nvidia will fix one major problem i have with their cards, no triple monitor setups on a single card.
I know I'm running 2 cards right now but i intend to replace them with a single card that's faster than the pair :D
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#10
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: [H]@RD5TUFF
Price ?

And is this a reference design ?
499.99 Euro.
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#11
caleb
That sticker must hurt ATI "3D Vision | CUDA | Physix "
Even if Nvidia put a GTX460 under the hood it would still sell because of those 3 ^^
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#12
alcholol
what a terrible fake, i can't believe you'd run this as news.

the green edge from the original picture is still visible on the bottom of the left edge, the inno3d logo is incredibly sharp and the rest is blurry and pixelated from the low resolution.

ugh, does anyone actually fall for this?

here's the original, im sure you've all seen it before

http://resources.vr-zone.com/newvr/image.php?m=540&s=http://resources.vr-zone.com//uploads/10173/5801.jpg
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#13
streetfighter 2
by: AltecV1
does the small nuclear plant come with the card or do you have to buy it separately?
ZING

Reminds me of this. There is a 3%-7% chance that nVIDIA won't be releasing another LHC sized power drain.
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#15
Bjorn_Of_Iceland
Wow, from the looks of it, a gf100 bracket might fit! :D

500 euros eh.. it should perform like a 470 sli, else the price / performance ratio is not on scale.
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#16
crow1001
Looks good, bet it runs a lot cooler than the 480 as well seeing as they have done away with the mammoth 480 cooler, 580 about to lay the smackdown on the 6970.:nutkick:
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#17
btarunr
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by: alcholol
what a terrible fake, i can't believe you'd run this as news.

the green edge from the original picture is still visible on the bottom of the left edge
breaking news: every GTX 580 is going to have that green edge and those "NVIDIA eyes" design if you peel that partner sticker (just as every reference design NVIDIA card has NVIDIA reference graphic on the cooler shroud, under partner stickers). Inno3D just sucked at pasting that sticker or photoshop. Either ways, that's Inno3D GTX 580 for you.
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#18
Xaser04
Hopefully they will actually improve performance per watt for the 580 as it will correct the major flaw with the GF100 design.

The price though is just stupid. At the current exchange rate this would work out at over £425 in the uk or in other words £125 more than GTX460 SLI (1GB). It would also be more expensive than HD6850 / HD6870 CF and GTX470 SLI.
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#19
crow1001
Who wants to go down that buggy, microstutter central xfire/SLI crap root, single GPU FTW.
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#20
alcholol
by: btarunr
Inno3D just sucked at pasting that sticker or photoshop. Either ways, that's Inno3D GTX 580 for you.
you really think that inno3d got a low res picture off the internet and did a terrible photoshop effort?
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#21
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: alcholol
you really think that inno3d got a low res picture off the internet and did a terrible photoshop effort?
Yes, I do.
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#22
derwin75
Inno3D

Wow!!! That is a good looking graphic card. I am still waiting on the information of GTX 580 spec like how many cude cores does it has. Anyway, I'm saving up my money for it.
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#23
Xaser04
by: crow1001
Who wants to go down that buggy, microstutter central xfire/SLI crap root, single GPU FTW.
Anyone who wants more performance than any overclocked 480 can offer....

Seriously when will people realise that bugs and microstutter (if perceptible) are the exeption rather than the norm with CF/SLI. You only hear about the bugs/microstutter because no one bothers to post that their setup is working perfectly.
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#24
wolf
Performance Enthusiast
looks like the memory controller is improved if they are using stock speed of 4ghz, if this card uses less power at full load than a 480 it's a win for Nv imo.

should be a bit of a beastie :D
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#25
Animalpak
Uhmm nice wanna see more from EVGA
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