ASUS ENGTX580 Review Index
- 1 – Meet with ASUS’s ENGTX 580
- 2 – ASUS ENGTX580 Features
- 3 – ASUS ENGTX580 OpenGL performances
- 4 – ASUS ENGTX580 Direct3D performances
- 5 – ASUS ENGTX580 OpenCL performances
- 6 – ASUS ENGTX580 DirectCompute performances
- 7 – ASUS ENGTX580 Power consumption and overclocking
1 – Meet with ASUS’s ENGTX580
I finally got my hands for few days only (today is the last day ) on a GTX 580 “à la sauce ASUS“. Thanks to ASUS, I could test a bit this new card and see for myself the OCP in action under FurMark!
ASUS’s ENGTX580 is a factory overclocked GeForce GTX 580. The ENGTX580 is powered by the GF110 GPU (512 shader processors or CUDA cores) with an overclocked core speed of 782MHz (reference clock is 772MHz). The card embark 1536MB of GDDR5 memory but unlike the GPU, the memory is not overclocked: 1002MHz real speed (see here: Graphics Cards Memory Speed Demystified).
This DX11 class card from ASUS is priced at around USD 520$.
Here are some pictures of the ENGTX580:
Hi-resolution pictures of ASUS ENGTX580 can be found here:
ASUS ENGTX580 Gallery – (12 pictures total).
ENGTX580 bundle is limited to the bare minimum:
SmartDoctor is ASUS’s overclocking and tweaking utility. SmartDoctor is not included on the CDROM (why?) but ASUS GamerOSD offers the option to download it during the installation…