Gtx 580 to include 3DMark11

/ 8 years ago

A lot of graphics card manufacturer’s bundle software or games with their products, to give you that little bit more “bang for buck” that we all know and love. This has been going on for quite some time now, and originally started many years ago when partners were giving free copies of 3DMark06 and then as time went on, 3DMark Vantage. Today is no different with brands such as Point of View bundling free Ubisoft games including Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands, or Splinter Cell: Conviction.

These days, not much has changed, and soon after the official announcement of the GTX 580 release, this little gem of a deal pops up with Inno3D (a leading partner to Nvidia) to announce that it will be shipping their GTX 580 with a free copy of the yet-to-be released 3DMark11.

With an official launch of 30th November 2010 for the new benchmarking software from Futuremark worth $19.95 for the advanced version, anyone who somehow finds the funds to pay for this behemoth, can show it off to the world without paying a penny extra.

The rest of Inno3D’s GTX 500 series lineup is also expected to receive the special deal as the cards are released into the world.

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3 Responses to “Gtx 580 to include 3DMark11”
  1. thebigbadwolf says:

    Can't wait to see how 3dmark11 performs but got a feeling you may have to have the best rig ever to use it to its full potential.

  2. theothersun says:

    Well you don't need the best rig ever, but it does require at least good processor, good 500+ psu, and other hardware in order to perform well.

  3. thebigbadwolf says:

    surely you will need a hefty graphics card to run it on max though?

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