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ASUS GeForce GTX580 DirectCU II

 
 
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      11th Apr 2011
InsideHW.com has reviewed ASUS GeForce GTX580 1536MB DirectCU II graphics card. Here is a quote from this review:

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ASUS is a company reputed for going all the way through with its ideas; once theyíve decided to create a special product (or product series, for that matter) and present it to the market, they achieve what they had in mind. This is the case with their own rendition of GeForce GTX580 DirectCU II, which has been redesigned in every way, all with the goal of separating the card from competitors in mind, with both low temperatures and overclock capabilities. Even the world-famous overclocker Shamino managed to set a record on this card; you can read more about this in a separate box. This card is aimed at users who donít restrain from paying good money for quality and now exactly what quality means. ASUS has done their part of the job flawlessly and we really canít say that we have anything to reproach to this card...
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