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[...] the test results in our first GeForce GTX 580 article, we know that the corresponding graphics card holds ample processing power under the hood. Both in [...]
[...] our first GeForce GTX 580 article, our discussion revolved around the performance, temperature, and power efficiency of this latest [...]
[...] NVIDIA’s latest GF110 flagship (that is the GTX 580), has a total of 512 stream processors (or CUDA cores, as NVIDIA likes to call them these days). That’s a bunch more than the GF100 (GTX480), which had to settle with “only” 480 stream processors by the time of its initial launch. Put simply, GeForce GTX 580 is a refinement product that performs better in most -if not all- aspects compared to the GTX 480, NVIDIA’s previous highest-end GPU. You can see the comparison between the two in our first review on the GTX 580. [...]