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[WCCF] ASUS Details Geforce GTX 580 ROG Matrix Graphics Card

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The PCB is equipped with better quality components and a 16 Phase VRM area as compared to the 8 VRM phase of a stock 580. This would allow the company to provide the card with higher Factory clocks of 816/1050/4008Mhz for Core/Shader/Memory respectively and a 3GB GDDR5 memory running along a 384-bit wide memory interface. However, Higher clocks mean that more heat would be generated from the already hot GF-110 Core but no need to worry as the card comes Pre-Equipped with Asus’s own Three slot covering “Direct CUII” series heatsink cooler which uses 5 direct contact heatpipes coming out from the copper base through which heat is dissipated to the two large aluminium array fin blocks. The heat transferred is then carried out of the case from the airflow provided by the two fans.

The availability isn’t announced but its likely to launch on Computex 2011, As far as the pricing goes the card would cost around the 700$ mark as rumored here.


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The pctuning.cz link shows that the price would be 13,000 CZK which is $700+.

I'd go for HD 6990 instead.
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Looks pretty good, its is 1.5GB or 3GB? Because the article says its 3GB but the picture underneathe says its 1.5GB.
    
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post #3 of 43
Nice looking card, but I don't think I can justify spending that much on something that would just be considered obsolete performance wise by next year.
post #4 of 43
Pretty beefy card there, especially with a 16 phase VRM. The Tweakit Buttons are interesting too.. first time i've seen those on a video card
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Looks pretty good, its is 1.5GB or 3GB? Because the article says its 3GB but the picture underneathe says its 1.5GB.
Its 1.5GB.
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Now they should be fair the AMD and make ROG versions of the 6990, 6970, and 6950.
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Uh, $700 for a 580? Why would you pay that?
    
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so smecksy
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Now they should be fair the AMD and make ROG versions of the 6990, 6970, and 6950.
They probably will, like MSI's Lightning Range
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A stock EVGA looks much better IMO.
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