ZOTAC International today announced the unveiling of the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 580 graphics card, arguably the world’s fastest graphics card with Direct X 11. According to the manufacturer, the card delivers a perfect Direct X 11 gaming experience, letting you dominate the competition and enjoy world-class performance and unmatched gaming immersion.
The new GTX 580 comes equipped with a new graphics processor clocked at 772 MHz with 512 unified shaders that have a core clock speed of 1544 MHz. This allows it to run the latest and most demanding games with ease. ZOTAC has also given the card a massive 1536MB frame buffer and connected it to an extra-wide 384-bit memory interface clocked at 4008 MHz to let the card deliver impeccable and realistic graphics.
The card is NVIDIA 3D Vision ready, which means gamers can enjoy stereoscopic 3D effects in games and movies. With NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround sound and NVIDIA SLI technologies, the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 580 is ready to be clubbed with three matching graphics cards to deliver an unparalleled 3D gaming experience.
The integrated hardware tessellation technology in the card enables the GTX 580 series to turn flat game textures and models in real looking graphics, thereby enhancing the overall feeling of realism. ZOTAC has supplied the GeForce GTX 580 card with a PCI Express 2.0 interface and made it HDMI 1.4a compliant, which means the card easily connects to high-definitely 3D TV displays. Adding to the charm of the package is the copy of Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands and the ZOTAC Boost Premium software that ZOTAC has bundled with the card.
Talking about the new release, ZOTAC’s marketing director Carsten Berger said, “The ZOTAC GeForce® GTX 580 graphics card is the ultimate solution for gamers that crave the absolute best graphics experience. For the first time ever, we’re able to push the performance envelope, lower power consumption for best-in-class energy-efficiency and quieter acoustics all at the same time with the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 580 graphics card.”
Information on card availability and pricing are yet to be released.
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