GTX 580

July 25th, 2011

ASUS RoG GTX 580 Matrix Platinum Review

The Matrix lineup has contained some of the best graphics cards around and now ASUS is introducing yet another product to this expanding repertoire: the GTX 580 Matrix Platinum Edition.  This is a card which many enthusiasts have been eagerly waiting for since it incorporates a high end design with some truly unique features.  But with [...]

June 22nd, 2011

EVGA GeForce GTX 580 3GB Review

In the last few months it has seemed like custom GTX 580 cards are being launched at a nearly breakneck space.   Amid the hoopla surrounding some high profile launches from MSI, Gigabyte and ASUS, EVGA silently introduced their own “upgraded” GTX 580 which sports 3GB of GDDR5.  While it shuns higher clock speeds and [...]

May 24th, 2011

Gigabyte GTX 580 Super Overclock Review

With the GTX 580 cards maturing in the marketplace, board partners have begun to release pre-overclocked versions of NVIDIA’s current single GPU flagship.  A short time ago we looked at MSI’s Lightning and came away impressed.  Today, Gigabyte’s GTX 580 Super Overclock steps up to the plate and it too looks very, very impressive.

May 1st, 2011

MSI GeForce GTX 580 Lightning Review

MSI’s Lightning series of graphics cards has quickly become known as one of the most highest respected product ranges available and they are now ready to carry this branding over to the fastest single GPU card on the planet:  the GTX 580.  Naturally, expectations are high but will this new GTX 580 Lightning deliver the [...]

November 15th, 2010

Overclocking the ASUS GTX 580 Voltage Tweak Edition

In our original review of the GTX 580, we found it to be a ready and willing overclocker which we could push quite far above its reference clock speeds.   To explore the limits of these cards a bit further, in this article we take the ASUS Voltage Tweak Edition out for a run around [...]

November 15th, 2010

GPU-Z Able To Disable GTX 580 Power Throttling

Less than a week after release, a W1zzard over at TechPowerUp has released a “feature” for GPU-Z that prevents GTX 580 throttling from occurring when running programs like FurMark, Kombustor, and OCCT. The results are temporary, and the throttling mechanism is enabled once again upon system reboot. Full details can be found here.

October 26th, 2010

NVIDIA Accidently Confirms Legitimacy of GTX 580 Card

Rumours have been swirling for weeks about the idea that NVIDIA would be launching a new graphics card in the coming months, and while the technical details of said mystery card are still unknown, we can now confirm the legitimacy of the NVIDIA GeForce “GTX 580″ being the actual name. NVIDIA ‘accidentally’ posted the GTX [...]