Nvidias GTX 590 lands March 22nd

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  1. WhiteLightning

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    we got 6990 630-690€ :D
     
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    Rawr! Review, lets go! :D
     
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    If that performance is true no wonder they had to drop the price on this card just hope it can overclock well with better cooling but as is its a disappointment if those figures are on the money.
     
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    If the price is rumoured to be the same as the 6990 then there neck and neck,but if the nvidia overclocks pretty well which it probably will,then it may just pip the 6990.

    Its all about the price now.

    Remember the 50% voltage tweak that was advertised on the Asus box...
     
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    Price and heat, friend! I didn't like that temp!
     
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    Yeah running hot but the threshold is over 200 degrees before shutdown,double the previous 105 degrees threshold on some of the previous cards.

    Ill be banging these under water probably anyhow if i decide to buy...jurys out atm.
     
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    200 degress ? WOW, do you have a link for that ?
     
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    The guy mentions it in the YouTube video above.
     

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    Assume he means fahrenheit...
     
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    ah right cant watch that here. thanks though!
     
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    That's not in 200celsius it is 97c
     
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    Not bad, looks like what most thought any way its going to win some lose some to the 6990, and at the same price it should do well.
     
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    so its actually less then previous cards ?
     
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    the whole 500 series has a lower max temperature compared to the 400 series. 400 series were rated for 105C. 560/570/580 were rated for 97C. its fine since 500 series cards generally run cooler.
     

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