Reviews and Problems with Zotac GeForce GTX 580 1536MB 384-bit (772MHz/4008MHz) [ZT-50101-10P]
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Zotac GeForce GTX 580 1536MB Video Card Review
13 December 2010
Summary: Final Thoughts
So what can we take out of this review? Obviously from the tests the GeForce GTX 580 performs 5-15% better than the GTX 480, but what else has changed? The Fermi GF110 GPU is really what the GF100 should have been.
Pros: – Uses less power than the GTX 480, – Great performance, – Quiet, – Zotac’s Firestorm utility included
Summary: The Zotac Geforce GTX 580 outscores all available graphics cards in the market today and does so without making too much noise or generating uncomfortable levels of heat. Even though it might be expensive at £369, it is, by all counts, a superior product.
Excerpt: The GTX 480 packed a lot of punch but it wasn’t too exciting. It ran very hot, hogged power and sounded like a hair dryer at full load. Nvidia has ironed out these issues with the GTX 580 which is based on the new GF110 architecture.