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Originally Posted by Sujeto 1 View Post

WT? im not telling is unwise to get an gtx 690, i'm telling is great card Why you do this?? missunderstanding my words on porpose, well what a pointless forum you have here, is not a alowed to say nothing of nothing except stuff that increase the purchase of a particular item. im not advacing to do nothing to the people, that's your job, people can do what they want, And OF COURSE i can wait as long as i want, you CAN'T tell me what i must to do mr arizonian.
pd: how much " they" pay you?

I don't get paid anything btw. I'm enjoying the 690. However you did come into a club thread to post below.
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Originally Posted by Sujeto 1 View Post

Guess how you gonna feel when nvidia release their GK110 Geforce, back to the childhood.

Which is trying to tell members we re going 'back to the childhood' (whatever that means) by buying our 690 cards doesn't make sense to me.

Then to say we did it to increase our ego is a little inappropriate. We bought the 690 in the pursuit of current performance. Some because it was time to upgrade right now and it's a top performance card, waiting wasn't an option.

Your entitled to your opinion and no one is saying otherwise. You posted your opinion I posted mine. Simply only that.

However I do request we try to keep the club thread on topic. Seems to be getting derailed off being a club thread.
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The 690 is a great card,you have to own one to really appreciate how good it is,it just handles anything you throw at it effortlessly.
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All those magnificent 690's wasted on 1080p .... tongue.gif
I was going to grab one until 670 came out and i changed my mind , getting 2x670 instead , already bough the first one ......
Quad SLI with those looks absolutely crazy but it just begs for higher res.
Edited by RobotDevil666 - 5/25/12 at 4:01pm
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Originally Posted by ceteris View Post

Why is there always some guy with a 9 year old system posting on threads like these trying to make it rain on the parade or lecture us about what we should be doing about our money.

You read my mind, what a clown.
I sold my 590 a couple weeks back fot $500, don't know what planet this clowns on but it's not earth.
Are we starting to see more availability for the 680's and the 690? I personally doubt there will be a gk110 gaming gpu this year.
Edited by emett - 5/25/12 at 4:08pm
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All those magnificent 690's wasted on 1080p .... tongue.gif
I was going to grab one until 670 came out and i changed my mind , getting 2x670 instead , already bough the first one ......
Quad SLI with those looks absolutely crazy but it just begs for higher res.

1080p in 3D Vision cuts FPS by 45% performance. So a lot of juice is required if one wants to maintain 60 FPS in 3D Vision gaming.
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1080p in 3D Vision cuts FPS by 45% performance. So a lot of juice is required if one wants to maintain 60 FPS in 3D Vision gaming.

wow didn't know that , thought it might require bit more power but not that much.
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wow didn't know that , thought it might require bit more power but not that much.

Yeah so let's say you're playing max graphics and getting 100 FPS in 2D when you turn on 3D Vision same settings you'll get 55 FPS. A lot of 3D vision owners will turn down settings one ot two notches to get better FPS depending on thier GPU performance.

Technically you can get by in 3D vision minimum with 30 FPS but not one FPS lower. Naturally optimal 60 FPS would be the perfect spot. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by Arizonian View Post

Yeah so let's say you're playing max graphics and getting 100 FPS in 2D when you turn on 3D Vision same settings you'll get 55 FPS. A lot of 3D vision owners will turn down settings one ot two notches to get better FPS depending on thier GPU performance.
Technically you can get by in 3D vision minimum with 30 FPS but not one FPS lower. Naturally optimal 60 FPS would be the perfect spot. wink.gif

Yep, this is the reason I went SLI on my 580s even though I'm at 1080p.

When is the 690 going to be available again :/
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Yep, this is the reason I went SLI on my 580s even though I'm at 1080p.
When is the 690 going to be available again :/

Early June I've heard on the EVGA forum in more abundance. Now that the 680 shortage is over. Today there is a lot of 680's on sale on Newegg. They are still 690's trickling each day but goes out of stock within mins of posting.
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I saw the asus 690 come into stock this morning.
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