Going all ninja on us, EVGA has recently rolled out a new GeForce GTX 580 without making a big fuss over it. Sure, this wouldn’t be a big deal but we’re talking about a card that’s both factory overclocked and equipped with a custom cooler.
Named GeForce GTX 580 DS Superclocked, EVGA’s fresh GF110-based solution makes use of a dual-slot cooler boasting two fans and (apparently) four heatpipes, and features 512 CUDA Cores, GPU/shader clocks of 797/1594 MHz (772/1544 MHz stock), a 384-bit memory interface, and 1536MB of GDDR5 VRAM set to 4050 MHz (4008 MHz). Also included are 3-way SLI support, two DVI outputs, a mini HDMI port, and the ‘usual’ – support for DirectX 11, PhysX, CUDA, and 3D Vision Surround (requires two cards).
The GeForce GTX 580 DS Superclocked ca be purchased from EVGA for $519.99
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