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Inno3D launches GeForce GTX 580 3GB HAWK!

Inno3D now brings you the GeForce GTX 580 with a mammoth 3GB version equipped with the triple fan Hawk

Inno3D now brings you the Inno3D GeForce GTX 580 with a mammoth 3GB version! And if that was not enough Inno 3D have decided to equip this powerful card with the triple fan Hawk which has been a success with the previous Inno3D GTX 480 and GTX 470.

The GTX 580 Hawk is equipped with two 80mm PWM fans with a 90mm PWM fan between them that run from 900 to 2.000 RPM. Together with five heatpipes and 3x ultra quiet PWM fans, GTX 580 Hawk achieves a thermal resistance of 0.36°C/Watt. This exceptional cooling performance will not only bring enthusiasts an ultimate overclocking experience, but it also extends the service life of your valuable graphics card.

Despite boasting three enormous PWM fans, the GTX 580 Hawk manages to keep the noise level extremely low. Controlled by PWM signal, the fans run just the necessary speed in order to offer sufficient cooling at the lowest possible noise level. Even at full fan speed, the GTX 580 Hawk generates only 18-29dBA, a much quieter and better performance than the standard cooler and other aftermarket coolers. With an incomparable cooling/noise ratio, the Inno3D GTX 580 Hawk is without a doubt the best cooler in the market for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580.

Gamers can delve into the ultimate gaming experience with ultra realistic graphics courtesy of DirectX® 11 and be immersed by increased gaming performance with the powerful 3GB version of the Inno3D GeForce GTX 580.

Today’s games demand a lot of memory to use a large number of bump and transparent textures to describe faces of characters and render realistic gaming scenes, so these games put higher demands on the capacities of graphics memory of which the Inno3D GeForce GTX 580 tackles with ease.

DX11 and Win7 are becoming more compute-intensive, whether it be for AA, Tessellation or for things like CUDA/PhysX and DirectCompute. You also have programmes such as Adobe and AutoDesk that tie-in to GPGPU, or video transcoders who use it to reduce conversion times. The amount of textures and shaders, etc. is what consume the vast majority of the GPU memory and those are screen resolution independent.

Just as with a CPU, or an Operating System, or a straight-up application, the more breathing space you can give it for memory the more you can get accomplished in a shorter amount of time.

The Inno3D? GeForce? GTX 580 3GB Hawk will redefine your gaming reality and power through all the latest games built ready for DirectX 11 with extreme speeds. It is a pre-requisite for the ultimate gaming experience, and when you’re not gaming, unwind and enjoy PureVideo? HD with your favourite movies and videos.

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