Reviews and Problems with EVGA GEFORCE GTX 580 3072MB
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I was able to get the core clock up nearly 100mhzThe 3gb of vram for this card as an awesome feature that helps keep the card re
3 weeks ago
Summary: Even now that nvidia is on the 900 series of cards this gtx580 classified with 3gb of vram still holds its own. I am able to max most games at 1080p 60fps including Battlefield 4! Some newer games do not run quite at 60fps with everything on ultra but when I move some settings down to very high I am...
Summary: I used this GPU for awhile until I upgraded to a GTX 680. I used the card for gaming Call of Duty and Battlefield 2 and 3.It worked flawlessly. I will only purchase EVGA or Asus graphics cards. I still have a EVGA GTX 285 that still works.
Bottom line. Easy! EVGA Customer Service = Best. GTX 580 water cooled = Fun
11 September 2013
Summary: The EVGA Nvidia GeForce GTX580 Hydro Copper 2 with its 3gb of onboard memory was the absolute best in its class. The 512 CUDA cores or 4ghz speed of this may not sound as impressive today as it did 2 years ago but when you add the fact it has a 512bit interface, is factory water cooled and fits in a...
Summary: Not being used for gaming. This is a second GPU waiting for the software that will use it when released. Since the software hasn't been released yet (Octane Render for DAZ Studio) I still cannot evaluate it. Item seems in perfect condition. Will report more when I can use it with my software.
Summary: No problems at all with this card. I placed it in my new rig and have it OCd to around 930mhz no issues. Will run hot with certain games but never past 70c and that's in a warm room. With AC on and at load I get around 64c on ultra settings. The only problem with this card is SLI.