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9.1 out of 10

Zotac AMP! GeForce GTX 580 1536MB 384-bit (815MHz/4100MHz) [ZT-50102-10P]

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Reviews and Problems with Zotac AMP! GeForce GTX 580 1536MB 384-bit (815MHz/4100MHz) [ZT-50102-10P]

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9.0

Zotac GeForce GTX 580 AMP! Edition

PC Magazine
2 March 2013
  • Conclusion: Like most Nvidia GeForce GTX 580–based cards, Zotac's overclocked version of the current king of single-GPU boards is screaming fast, madly expensive, and impressively power-hungry.
  • Pros: Outstanding performance. Includes copy of Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands.
  • Cons: Expensive. High power usage. Blocks an additional expansion slot. May be too long for some cases. Requires hefty power supply and two connections from PSU.
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Overall 9
9.0

ZOTAC GeForce GTX 580 AMP! Edition 1536 MB

techPowerUp!
13 January 2011
  • Summary: ZOTAC's GeForce GTX 580 AMP! Edition does not bring many improvements to the table. The card is a complete implementation of NVIDIA's reference design with higher clocks. Its increased clock speed of 815 MHz, vs. 772 MHz on the reference design, can deliver a small performance improvement in our benchmarks - up around 3%. If you are willing to do some additional overclocking then you can expect a higher clock headroom on the AMP!
  • Pros: Fast!, Overclocked out of the box, Quieter than other cards in this performance class, Better overclocking potential than reference design, Reduced power consumption, CHiL voltage regulator with I2C voltage control support, Native HDMI output, Prince of Persia full game included, Support for DirectX 11, Support for CUDA / PhysX
  • Cons: High price, Uses reference design cooler, 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, DirectX 11 relevance limited at this time
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