Tuesday, November 9th 2010

KFA2 Announces its GeForce GTX 580 Graphics Card - Not for the Average Gamer

KFA2, the new European premium brand of Galaxy, announced today its launch of the next generation NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 graphics card. “The KFA2 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 Graphics card is the fastest single GPU graphics card on the market to date. New 512 cores are providing unbeatable processing power for the top graphics modes with extreme tessellation, which allows surface curves to be the smoothest than ever before.” Said Graham Brown, European Marketing Manager.
Not for the Average Gamer!
The KFA2 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 Graphics comes with an innovative new vapour chamber thermal design that not only provides advanced cooling but also produces lower noise levels compared to previous generations. Support for all of the premium gaming technologies such as NVIDIA Surround, 3d Vision, PhysX, and SLI. The KFA2 GTX 580 – don’t play DX11 without it.

KFA2 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 Graphics Card
  • CUDA CORES : 512
  • Graphics Clock : 772 (MHz)
  • Processor Clock : 1544 (MHz)
  • Memory clock : 2004 (Mhz )
  • Memory Amount : 1.5GB
  • Memory Interface : 384-bit GDDR5
  • Memory Bandwidth : 192.4 (GB/Secs)
  • Texture Fill Rate : 49.4 (Billion/Secs)
Backed by a 2 year warranty, the KFA2 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 Graphics Cards will be available at leading online and in-store retailers throughout Europe.
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5 Comments on KFA2 Announces its GeForce GTX 580 Graphics Card - Not for the Average Gamer

Looks interestingly enough like BFG's style of box/card graphics.
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Sounds like bad marketing to me...."Not for the Average Gamer" thats going to make people look at buying another card really fast with marketing like that;)
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and the naaame ?

Kfa2 , its really hard to pronounce in most european countries, doesnt go well.
and its a european brand for galaxy.

and above post, way to scare of as many customers as possible.
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I was going to buy this card but I'm an average gamer :cry:
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We're on TPU. We're performance enthusiasts. Why are we getting all hot and bothered over "not for average people" marketing?
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