Wednesday, November 10th 2010

ASUS Introduces the EN580GTX Voltage Tweak Graphics Card

The successful Fermi series from NVIDIA continues to expand with the new GTX 580, featuring 512 CUDA cores and achieving the most impressive DirectX 11 performance ever fielded by a single NVIDIA GPU. ASUS has added its own exclusive Voltage Tweak to the GTX580 for significant output gains on demand. The hardcore performance of the ASUS GTX580 offers full HD NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround gaming and movie watching on up to three screens, and CUDA parallel computing that puts the great power of the GPU at the disposal of the CPU for overall system enhancement.

Product Highlights
  • ASUS exclusive Voltage Tweak gives users a quick and accessible way to overvolt the graphics card to its limit at 1157MHz – up to 50% faster performance compared to reference.
  • ASUS GTX580 is factory overclocked at 782MHz with 512 CUDA cores, the most of any current NVIDIA design. It features a large 1536MB GDDR5 video memory, rated at over 4GHz. The massive 384-bit memory interface opens up performance by removing data transmission bottlenecks for better hardware utilization.
  • Support for NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround in full 1080p HD — users can expand 3D games, movies and photos on up to three screens at once for the most immersive PC multimedia experience around.
  • With its over-the-top power, ASUS GTX580 opens up optimal utilization of DirectX 11 features such as advanced tessellation and real time ray tracing. This enables high resolution PC gaming in unprecedented detail, allowing even the most taxing titles to run smoothly at maximum frames per second.
  • HDMI 1.4a updates video output to the fastest, highest-bandwidth standard available.
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4 Comments on ASUS Introduces the EN580GTX Voltage Tweak Graphics Card

#2
KaelMaelstrom
by: VulkanBros
Clean and cool looking ......
You said it, plain black without any dumbass artwork on it is for the win, but EVGA is the best on making those cards good looking.
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#3
JATownes
That is a pretty damn smexy video card. I wish more companies would come out with plain, clean looking cards without a bunch of crazy colored/drawn on stickers.
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#4
[H]@RD5TUFF
I like it, but EVGA has a better warranty, better support, and a better community, This would be my second choice if I was really hard up for a 580.
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