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So, the first images from the Dual GPU PCB from EVGA came to surface.
What's your thoughts about it?
Will it be worth it? Power consumptions ... hybrid specs, from GTX 580 and GTX 570 ?


My thoughts are that... this dual gpu won't be as good as the GTX 295 in terms of marketing.

The problem is that, i'm guessing, the dual gpu offers will be monstrous for power consumption and heat...

The GTX295 came in a time that power consumption was not that high, neither was heat...

And... another factor is... price.
With the price of GTX 580 being so high ... my guess is that the new dual GPU will be at least 15-20% more expensive that the 580... Or... in the other hand, Nvidia is going to give users 2 King of the hill cards at almost the same price... by creating a 595 ( or 590 ) with lower spec'd features and keeping the price in the acceptable zone.

Tell me what your thoughts... i'm waiting for something about it so i can get either 580 or this new one... until then, my 295 will be on my case rocking
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my thoughts are basically, dual nvidia gpu rocks. Any of my games are still playable at 2560x1600 at high or max settings on the 295, but for the sake of upgrading, i look forward to the 595.....
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It think it will be for power users. Two cheaper cards in SLI will always have the advantage But with the scaling of the 5XX, assuming it will be able to run 4-way SLI, it will absolutely blow away everything.
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post #4 of 44
It's going to be more expensive then 2x580's for sure. Power and heat are both going to be sooo high. But only time will really tell
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post #5 of 44
it will be the price of 2 570 cards, not MORE than 2 580s.
it power will be twice a theoretical 575, which they may or may not choose to sell.
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I am not sure if this is an 'official leak' of Nvidia's dual core fermi GTX590/595. I suppose, within the boundary of NDA, such a high profile public display of the PCB is still a big no-no. As EVGA does not reveal which GPU cores are those, I think that card is more like an EVGA's inhouse project, much like Galaxy's dual core fermi card publicly displayed a month back.

While EVGA does not specify the dual cores, it did say (as reported by Hexus....accurate?) the price of that card is less than that of a GTX580. This confuses me because performance is usually in a positive relationship to price. Having a lower cost but higher performance is highly unlikely. If this is a ''2xGTX560'' card, then it has to perform better than a GTX580 and therefore will command a higher price. And BTW, the current price of GTX580 is not that absurd at all, comparing to the prices of all top-end cards released in the past.

Conclusion: I think this card is not likely to see the light of the day. And surprisingly, GTX560 is still a no-show.
post #7 of 44
I think this card will be the new "benchmark" king. Also IF its a 460x2, we should see the performance when putting 4x 460 (2x 590 or 595). But if it does have 2g (total) 1g per gpu, i dont see it succeeding at 2560x1600.
Regardless of it being 2x460s or 2x560s, both have same amount of ram (1g). They will kick a$$ at 1920x1200 and below but will fall short at 2560x1600 in memory eating games.
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My thougts are... it will be a bit stronger that then 580, and even more stronger than the 570.
    
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post #9 of 44
Every dual GPU card has power and heat issues, this is nothing new; however Fermi has improved upon it's achitecture, with the newest cards being much better with power and heat issues, so I don't expect this card to be terrible in that regard.
I'd expect the pricing to be around $700, historically that's about what newly introduced dual-gpu cards hover around.
I haven't heard anything specifically, but I'd expect it to basically be a GTX 570 X 2 and be significantly faster than the 580. There's only one reason nVidia makes a dual-gpu card and it's so they can lay claim to the title of benchmark king.
Edited by whitingnick - 1/8/11 at 6:00am
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post #10 of 44
It is reported to be a dual 460, and that would make sense.
I guess that would put it about the same performance of a 580 (because you know they will probably down clock them like they always do with dual GPU cards), but supposedly at a cheaper price than the 580.



I dont game much, and when I do, it is at 1680x1050
I mostly just use my GPUs for folding@home.
So if I do upgrade back to fermi, it might be this card.
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