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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480

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This graphics card is based on a 40nm GF100 GPU and includes 1536MB GDDR5 memory on 384-bit memory interface, and 480 1400 MHz unified stream shader processors. Supports 2560 x 1600 pixels max display resolution. In total the card features 700/3696 MHz core/memory clock speeds, and dual integrated display controllers. Comes with HDTV-Out and dual DVI connectors. DirectX 10 API and pixel shader 4.0 technology support. TRI-SLI/HDCP capable. 6+8pin PCI-E power connector required.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 Reviews Rating: 93 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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Benchmark Reviews  --- Mar 26 '10
Bjorn3D 9.5/10 Mar 26 '10
HardwareCanucks  --- Mar 25 '10
HardwareHeaven  --- Mar 26 '10
Hot Hardware  --- Mar 26 '10
iXBT Hardware  --- Apr 03 '10
Legion Hardware  --- Mar 24 '10
LegitReviews.com  --- Mar 26 '10
Motherboards.org  --- Mar 26 '10
Ninjalane 5/5 Mar 26 '10
Overclockers Club  --- Mar 26 '10
Techgage  --- Mar 29 '10
techPowerUp! 8.2/10 Mar 26 '10
techPowerUp!  --- Mar 26 '10
techPowerUp!  --- Apr 13 '10
TechSpot  --- Mar 26 '10
X-bit labs  --- Apr 05 '10
Neoseeker  --- Mar 26 '10
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 Roundups and Shootouts

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 Review Guru3d -- Mar 27 '10
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480 Review Tech Report -- Mar 31 '10

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"In summary, NVIDIA's GF100 Fermi GPU delivers more than just a giant boost to video frame rates, it also delivers GPGPU functionality that is usable in and outside of video games. Performance..."

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"The Nvidia GTX-480 brings a lot to the table and the feast it lays out is succulent. With 480 exposed cores, double the previous generations cores, 15 streaming processors, 60 texture units, 1.5GB..."

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"The GTX 480 isn’t necessarily a resounding success but we consider it to be a good stepping stone towards some much needed competition in the DX11 marketplace. It’s a great performer in exactly the..."

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"The GeForce GTX 480 performed exceptionally well in our gaming tests, though some may have expected more of an increase over the competition. Its real strength however comes in its versatility with..."

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"Having spent some quality time with the GeForce GTX 480, we can't help but expect the card, as we have shown it to you here today, will not be NVIDIA flagship for an extended period of time. The..."

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