NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 1.5GB GDDR5 PCIe

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 1.5GB GDDR5 PCIe
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The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 packs 512 CUDA cores with a graphics/processor clock of 772/1544MHz, 1.5GB of GDDR5 memory with a 384-bit interface and a data rate of 4.0Gbps. The 10.5-inch, dual-slot card draws a maximum of 244W over one 6-pin and one 8-pin PCIe connector and carries two DL-DVI outputs with one mini-HDMI port.

Expert reviews and ratings

By APC Magazine on 90

With so many GPUs available these days, it can be hard to know what's what. This week we're explaining what to look for in a graphics card and assessing five of the best models on the market.It's amazing how quickly the entire graphics card...

By GamePro on 80

The GeForce GTX 580 sits right at the upper echelons of the graphics card market, aimed squarely at the enthusiasts who will suffer nothing but the best.[Reprinted from PC World. For more graphics card coverage, visit PC World's hardware section.]...

By Atomic MPC on 82

A great step forward that needs to drop in...

By DigitalVersus on 80

A well thought-out card bringing together gaming performance, lower noise levels and advanced functionality. Its only sin: truly excessive energy...

By X-bit Labs on -

So what have we found about the GeForce GTX 580, the new flagship graphics card from Nvidia? In fact, this card is what the GeForce GTX 480 had been meant to be until Nvidia had to cut down its configuration despite the chip’s physically...

By Hardware Secrets on -

The new GeForce GTX 580 is indeed the fastest NVIDIA GPU ever released. It was between 31% and 36% faster on 3DMark Vantage and between 5% and 20% faster on games than its predecessor, the GeForce GTX 480.However, it may not the fastest video card...

By Expreview on -

The appearance of GeForce GTX 580,not only push performance of NVIDIA GPU to a new stage,which is crowned to the single-core graphics card,but also remove the bad name of Fermi-based products with great heat and loud noise.GF110 can be considered as...

By Techgage on -

After taking a hard look to see what NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 580 is made of, I can't help but think that this is what the GTX 480 should have been. From our launch article of that card, I'm sure it was made clear that it wasn't a product I...

By Good Gear Guide on 80

Nvidia's GeForce GTX 580 takes the "World's Fastest" crown, sliding ahead of tough competition and -- perhaps more importantly -- revamping their Fermi GPU...

By PC Mag on 90

Nvidia's new top-tier video card, the GeForce GTX 580, is the first to take full advantage of the Fermi architecture's capabilities—and it was well worth waiting for....

By VR-Zone on -

While the NVIDIA GF100 chipset already featured 16 Streaming Multiprocessors for a total of 512 CUDA cores, the GeForce GTX 480 shipped with one SM disabled. The decision to have only 15 SMs can be largely attributed to the massive heat output of the...

By Tom's Hardware on -

It was certainly no secret that GeForce GTX 480 fell short of Nvidia’s aspirations. Nevertheless, the 480 still managed to outpace AMD’s Radeon HD 5870 (I’m not sure the Radeon HD 5970 was ever really in that board’s crosshair)....

By The Tech Report on -

On the whole, the GeForce GTX 580 delivers on much of what it promises. Power draw is reduced versus the GTX 480, at least at idle, and the card runs cooler while generating less noise than its predecessor. Performance is up substantially, between...

By techPowerUp! on -

NVIDIA came up with a new generation enthusiast-grade graphics card out of freaking nowhere. The GeForce GTX 580 is touted by its makers to be the single most powerful GPU, and an efficient GPU compared to the previous generation (if efficiency...

By TechRadar on 90

Coming almost out of nowhere is Nvidia's latest, greatest graphics card to date: the GeForce GTX 580.This new card has been extrapolated from the age-old adage, 'If it ain't broke, don't fix it.'Nvidia's inaugural DirectX 11...

By techPowerUp! on 90

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. This performance upgrade helps...

By PCPer on -

NVIDIA continues to dominate in the world of the high-end GPU - the GTX 480 was never really challenged (thanks to the consistently higher prices on the HD 5970) and the new GeForce GTX 580 just extends that lead in the single-GPU market to further...

By Techworld on -

Though it took the company a year longer than intended, nVidia has finally released a graphics card that can fully display the Fermi architecture's capabilities, and they're impressive. Whatever qualms we may have about its lack of DisplayPort...

By Bright Side of News on -

When we first saw the specs on the Fermi GPU we were very excited about its potential. However one delay after another combined with issues at TSMC and then rumors that the GTX480 would not have access to all of the CUDA Cores it was designed with...

By Bjorn3D on -

The Nvidia GeForce GTX 580 (GF110) is the Fermi that Nvidia should have launched 7 months ago. The launch of the GeForce GTX 480 showed that while there was great potential in the Fermi lineup, the GF100 was not fine tuned enough to perform the way...