Reviews and Problems with Gigabyte GeForce GTX 580 (GV-N580UD-15I)
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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 580 1.5GB Super Overclock - Last Hurrah for Fermi
23 January 2012
Excerpt: The NVIDIA GTX 580 GPU, based on the GF110 Fermi architecture, is old but it isn't forgotten. Released in November of 2010 , NVIDIA had held the single GPU performance grown for more than a year before it was usurped by AMD and the Radeon HD 7970 just this month.
Summary: With the factory overclock enabled the card remained whisper quiet. When stress tested or when gaming, Gigabyte's card was barely audible over other components in the system such as the case fans, power supply and CPU cooler.
Conclusion: Final ThoughtsStarting with the style and overall design, the card has definitely got a lot going for it and is surprisingly low-profile considering its mammoth power and performance. The cooler is something I’ve been a fan of (see what I did there?
Pros: Looks fantastic, Performance is out of this world, Reliable manufacturer, Xtreme button caters for cold bug, SLI functionality, Different connectivity options, Quiet and efficient, World’s fastest single GPU graphics card, Faster than a Radeon 6990 in the majority of tests, Cheaper than a Radeon ...
Conclusion: Benchmarking with a variety of modern games has revealed a truth; for single-monitor gaming with a GeForce GTX 580, 3GB of GDDR5 memory is overkill. At resolutions of up to 2,560x1,600 with ultra-high image quality settings, it's tough to distinguish between a stock-clocked GTX 580 armed with a...
Summary: MSI's new GeForce GTX 580 Lightning Xtreme Edition builds on the success of the previous Lightning GTX 580. The only performance related difference is the inclusion of 3 GB of memory instead of 1.5 GB like on the successor.
Pros: Overclocked out of the box, 3 GB GDDR5 memory, Dual BIOS switch, Triple voltage change support, Low temperatures, Low power consumption, DIP switches for enthusiast overclockers, Native full-size HDMI & DisplayPort output, Support for DirectX 11, Support for CUDA & PhysX
Cons: Noisy fan, 3 GB memory can not make a difference, Same clocks as previous GTX 580 Lightning, Power draw limiter could complicate advanced overclocking
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 580 Super Overclock graphics card review
27 April 2011
Conclusion: Gigabyte has produced yet another impressive addition to its award-winning Super Overclock range. The GTX 580 SOC is without a doubt the fastest single-GPU solution in our high-end line up, and the card's substantial out-the-box performance is supplemented by plenty of additional overclocking...
Summary: NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 580 feels to deliver what I would have expected from the original GTX 480. The card is blazing fast, especially in newer DX11 titles it often beats AMD's dual-GPU flagship Radeon HD 5970.
Pros: Substantial performance improvement over GTX 480, Large reduction in power consumption vs. GTX 480, Quieter than other cards in this performance class, Native HDMI output, Software voltage control via SmartDoctor, Tiny overclock out of the box, Support for DirectX 11, Support for CUDA / PhysX
Cons: Still not as power efficient as AMD's designs, Power draw limiter could complicate advanced overclocking, Still limited to two active display outputs per card, Overclock out of the box too small to make any difference, High price, DirectX 11 relevance limited at this time
Conclusion: Un’altra caratteristica da sapere è che ovviamente non tutte le gpu riescono a lavorare tranquillamente fuori specifica, Gigabyte quindi effettua una selezione delle gpu in grado di operare in tutta tranquillità a frequenze che non siano quelle nominali, un’altra garanzia quindi da parte del colosso...
Conclusion: Zotac GTX 580 AMP2! 3GB to konstrukcja wydajna, cicha i diabelnie droga. Jeśli stać was na nią, zdecydowanie ją polecamy, głównie ze względu na zastosowane bardzo dobre chłodzenie Zalman VF-3000.
Pros: Najwydajniejszy GeForce GTX580 na rynku, 3GB RAM, Dołączona gra Assasin's Creed: Brotherhood