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KFA2 Launches GeForce GTX 580 MDT X4 Graphics Card

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  1. btarunr

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    KFA2, the European premium NVIDIA brand, announced today the GTX 580 MDT X4 EX OC, the latest in the line of MDT series multi-display performance gaming graphics cards. The KFA2 GeForce GTX 580 MDT X4 is designed to be the flagship product within our MDT range, offering unparalleled performance in the latest DirectX 11 games in full 1080p.

    Whilst the KFA2 GeForce 580 MDT X4 supports up to 4 monitors for multi-display, its main feature includes ‘Virtual single monitor mode’ which shares one desktop across 3 screens, producing surround HD game play (50Mhz compatible monitors needed for this feature). This myriad of features and unrivaled performance is complimented by a KFA2 custom designed LED chassis and high efficiency triple fan cooling solution.

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    In addition, KFA2 will be bundling the new, custom KFA2 developed EZY Display Setting Management software to make configuring and managing multiple displays and the application windows, with ease of a single click of the mouse. More info can be found at here.

    “The GTX 580 MDT is highly over-clocked at 840MHz with a triple LED cooling systems and the option for Multi Display, all these features combine, has produced a new level to consider when looking at the GTX 580 range ” said Graham Brown, European Marketing Manager.

    KFA2 continues to lead the way in performance graphics cards with new innovations in cutting edge hardware and software.

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    Sexy backplate.
     
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    Design taken straight out of a 480 pcb
     
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    You're right, I never noticed those fan cutouts. :)
     
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    Looks like they ordered a bit too many backplates for some 480 project.
     
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    :twitch: Wow that is one big freakin card there .....
     
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    I'd take two... HD7970s
    teeheehee

    bad timing
     
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    Man that cooler looks nice and solid.
     
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    "Premium European brand" Yeah, expect a price tag somewhere around gtx 590 on this.
     
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    KFA2 is Galaxy's EU operation.
     
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    That's a just a little bit out of my price range :eek:
     
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    Way too late.
     
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    That is a pretty sexy card right there. I especially love the "Fermi 2.0" label.

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    That's one fine looking card.
     
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    New tech???

    50 Mhz?!?!?... :slap:
     
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    Looks like a engineering SAMPLE to me.... but looking good :) Late? OMG
     
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    Oh, that really helps, enhance that warm fuzzy feeling of value!
     
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    wow pretty nice
     
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    man that looks like alot of heatpipe, can wait for a review
     
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    What makes you say that? Looks retail ready to me.
     
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    My monitor doesnt even have HDMI. :(
     
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    That backplate warning so makes me want to touch it!
     
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    In part because of the 480 backplate, then some minor details here and there... or it is just that: a cyberpunk device :)

    HDMI: it is mostly for TV's. No real need for it on a PC monitor.
     
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    Obviously a typo, I doubt there're any monitors capable of a refresh rate of 50 million frames per second :p

    Having said that, if what they meant to say is you need a refresh rate of 50hz for this surround feature to work, get ready for some nausea inducing flickering, anything lower than 60hz on an LCD looks choppy and awful :wtf:
     
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