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Gigabyte 1536MB GeForce GTX 580 Super Overclock NVIDIA Graphics Card

1536MB Gigabyte GTX 580 Super Overclock, 40nm, 4100MHz GDDR5, GPU 855MHz, Shader 1710MHz, 512 Cores

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Product Overview Super Overclock Series™
Serious gamers require serious gear. That's why Gigabyte developed the Super Overclock Series. All of the GPUs in these graphics cards have been cherry-picked for top performance, efficiency and reliability. Their innovative GPU Gauntlet™ Sorting selection process ensures that only the highest-performing GPU processors are used in these graphics cards. Coupled with their Ultra Durable VGA boards, users can rest assured that the Super Overclock Series graphics cards won't let them down as they step onto the digital battleground.

Features • Ultra Durable VGA+
• GPU Gauntlet™ Sorting
• WindForce 3X - Vapor chamber-Outward Inclined
• PhysX Technology
• CUDA Technology
• SLI™ Technology
• Microsoft Window7
• RoHS Compliant
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Details
Duration:
36 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
36 months
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