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Scan code: LN40307 Manufacturer code: Matrix GTX580 P/2DIS/1536MD5

1536MB ASUS ROG GTX 580 Matrix Platinum

1536MB ASUS ROG GTX 580 Matrix, 4008MHz GDDR5, GPU 816MHz, Shader 1632MHz, 512 Cores, HDMI/DP/ DL DVI

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Scan code: LN40307 Manufacturer code: Matrix GTX580 P/2DIS/1536MD5
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Product Overview I Rule My Game!
The Republic of Gamers consists only the best of the best. We offer the best hardware engineering, the fastest performance, the most innovating ideas, and we welcome the best gamers to join in.

In the Republic of Gamers, mercy rules are only for the weak, and bragging rights means everything. We believe in making statements and we excel in competitions. If your character matches our trait, then join the elite club, make your presence felt, in the Republic of Gamers. Features • Overclocking hardware tools, TweakIt and ProbeIt are directly embedded onto the graphics card firmware, while a Safe Mode button offers an easy reset option worry-free hardware overclocking.

• All new GPU Tweak provides professional graphics overclocking for PC enthusiasts

• 19-phase Super Alloy Power technology provides more headroom for overclocking with a 15% performance boost, reduced running temperatures and prolonged product lifespan

• Award-winning DirectCU II thermal technology with sound-dampened dual fans provides 600% greater airflow and 20% cooler performance than the reference design.
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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Direct
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
24 months
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