- 1536 CUDA Cores
- 4GB 256-Bit GDDR5
- PCI Express 3.0
- $429.99 –
- $409.99 after $20.00 rebate card
- $5.67 Shipping (restrictions apply)
Good Card 01/01/2014
-More CUDA cores and more than x2 the video memory of the gtx 580 that I used to have
-two fans keeps it running cooler than a single fan gpu
-no issues with overheating
-can play practically anything on maxed out settings
-installed with no problems
I was pretty upset when my GTX 580 died after only about 3 years of use, granted it was superclocked, I just expected more out of it. I was against spending another 400 bucks on a video card, but seeing as how the specs of this card greatly overcome the older specs of the gtx 580, I figured futureproofing my build was the smart thing to do. I am not planning to purchase super clocked cards no overclock them myself, for fear of an untimely demise. This card still owns and takes anything I throw at it on max settings.
I didn't notice a difference with the DVI ports regarding quality or functionality. Not sure what the point is to having two different DVI ports.
Even with 2 fans it running much quieter than I had anticipated. It runs so cool it doesn't even register on speccy. The dual fans was really an improvement. If you want to make sure your pc can handle any game for the next several years, go with a goo single card like this one. Or don't. I'm a reviewer, not a cop.
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