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Update: I have updated the OP on account of this news: Link
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Here is the latest leak of the spec of the GTX590, as well as showing a photo of the prototype in January.

http://translate.google.com/translat...1.html&act=url
I believe that photo has been proven fake and is actually a GTX 295 with no livery, the brand (on the fan) has been edited out.
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I believe that photo has been proven fake and is actually a GTX 295 with no livery, the brand (on the fan) has been edited out.
This is actually an image I have received from one of my sources, though I will admit I have not spoken to them in a while and they just happened to have sent me this. I'm surprised so many sites are using this photo since it is not confirmed. What was confirmed about it is that the final card will have a completely different cooling system. I tried asking around to some other sources and I was actually told this early card actually did use a modified GTX295-like cooler. I cannot say that image is 100% trustworthy but it does have some info to back it up.
post #74 of 117
Ah, found it!




http://akiba-pc.watch.impress.co.jp/..._cpal295s.html

Definitely a fake, bummer! Let's hope you're right and they have a great new cooling system on it, I'm sure it will need it...
Edited by Me@Work - 3/18/11 at 11:10am
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Ah, found it!

Definitely a fake, bummer! Let's hope you're right and they have a great new cooling system on it, I'm sure it will need it...
Wow, that's really low of that guy. I knew something was up when he randomly decided to contact me. I will remove the photo from the other thread. Thanks for finding this! Welcome to OCN and here's your first rep.
Edited by Open1Your1Eyes0 - 3/18/11 at 1:22pm
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The white pcb galaxy card would've been a nice change to the usual maintream colors lol

I have no idea how that would impact performances though
    
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Wow, that's really low of that guy. I knew something was up when he randomly decided to contact me. I will remove the photo from the other thread. Thanks for finding this! Welcome to OCN and here's your first rep.
Whoo! Thank you!
post #78 of 117
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Update: I have two new rumors from the industry today. It seems that NVIDIA is trying their best to return the date to a March 22nd launch and is actively collaborating with partners to make this happen.

On top of this, remember back when I mentioned MSI declined an offer from NVIDIA to produce this card? Apparently, I have been hearing things of MSI contacting NVIDIA a little while back and is now returning interest in selling this card. Supposedly they have cards out already but there is no sign of them so far according to the other partners.


EDIT: Apparently it's true about MSI - Link (Untranslated)

Also check this out:

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In addition to basic fan speed control and burn-in testing, MSI N590GTX-P3D3GD5 supports Afterburner super voltage function, pressurized by a 607MHz core clock setting raised to 840MHz, an increase of up to 38% overclocking potential, and then with the advanced graphics technology game , gives players more smooth gaming experience.
EDIT 2: Further find - Link
Edited by Open1Your1Eyes0 - 3/20/11 at 1:55am
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Update: Photos and links updated. Added Gigabyte and MSI GTX590 cards.
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nice 3d! ....
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