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Old 24-03-11, 12:54 PM
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Following hot on the heels of the dual-GPU AMD HD6990, nVidia bring us the GTX590 twin-GPU card, the successor to the GTX295.



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Old 24-03-11, 01:05 PM
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that thing is BEAST!!!!
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Old 24-03-11, 01:05 PM
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Wow they really turned down the GPUs in this thing.
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Just imagine that thing with a waterblock...
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Old 24-03-11, 01:09 PM
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Ill post the F@H stats here in a bit but basically 6800 WU's were 13k on each core. All the details are in the video though. (had to go careful with uploading too early on this one but the vid will be up asap)
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Just imagine that thing with a waterblock...
I doubt it will make much difference, heat isn't an issue with this card from the looks of it. If only Nvidia gave an extra 6pin to supplement the GPUs for better overclocking. Or if AMD had a cooler as effective as the Nvidia one.
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Old 24-03-11, 01:20 PM
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Nvidia is clearly the loser and about the heat and noise after market/vendor cards will fix that.... and hey if you have a couple of cpu fans lying around you could easily mount them to the stock 6990 MacGyver style.... wonder why nobodies covering the evga duel 460 2 win or what not
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Old 24-03-11, 01:27 PM
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On a side note Tom is there any chance that you'll be using Crysis 2 as a new benchmarking game?
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Why is it clocked so low?
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