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I read on Legit Reviews is the GTX 595 is the reference design PCB of dual-GF110. They claim the single PCB video card will come with a pair of GF110 GPUs linked by a bridging chip, possibly the NF200. They also believe the card has 3GB of memory, shared evenly between the two graphics processors.

Could be two GTX 580's? IF it is then the one dual GTX 595 would be as good as two GTX 580's in SLI mode or single card mode. Then I'd strongly consider the step up program from EVGA.
I edited my last post again

GF110 means either 570 or 580 gpu. But the 3GB capacity would strongly suggests that it's two 580's. Man, that thing is gonna cost BANK.
    
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I read on Legit Reviews is the GTX 595 is the reference design PCB of dual-GF110. They claim the single PCB video card will come with a pair of GF110 GPUs linked by a bridging chip, possibly the NF200. They also believe the card has 3GB of memory, shared evenly between the two graphics processors.

Could be two GTX 580's? IF it is then the one dual GTX 595 would be as good as two GTX 580's in SLI mode or single card mode. Then I'd strongly consider the step up program from EVGA.
Its too much speculations.

I remember sites who gave "legit" information about the 495 they got from nvidia, which turned out to be nothing.

Also two GF110 with a NF200 to link them?
That sounds a bit shady. The price of making that card and adding the NF200 chip is going to cost pretty high.

Wait and see.
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Here's that link if you like a read.

http://www.legitreviews.com/news/9486/

Also the link to a You Tube video where EVGA is showing off the card at CES 2011 and they give up some info that it will be out in the next two weeks.

This is going to be interesting. AMD is going to have to fire back hard.

Listening to them it's 2GB of memory 1GB for each.

Can I get a rep point for this one? LOL
     
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If its 1GB per core, its a 560 per core.
Most likely it will also cost around the 700$, a bit above the special additions 580s.
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If its 1GB per core, its a 560 per core.
Most likely it will also cost around the 700$, a bit above the special additions 580s.
I think it is doubtful they will mark it up $200 over 2 x gpu equivalent.
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I think it is doubtful they will mark it up $200 over 2 x gpu equivalent.
It won't make sense making it less or equal to 580 as well.

Nvidia will not shoot its leg off, making the 580 cost as much as a dual GPU which out-perform it almost across the board. What will be the point of making the 580 if that is the case?

That will really be a stupid idea marketing wise.

Even if they lower the 580 price to 400$, it will mean they will have to lower the 570 as well, and the 560 below again, still making the dual one twice the cost and some more.

Its going to be a premium card, which allows you quad-sli (unlike the 2-sli limit of the 560s).
So the price is going to be pretty high regardless.
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hmm.. I really hope it's NOT two 560s on one PCB... I wish it was two 580s.. that makes sense.. otherwise, just get two 580s and OC them to 850+MHz!!
     
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hmm.. I really hope it's NOT two 560s on one PCB... I wish it was two 580s.. that makes sense.. otherwise, just get two 580s and OC them to 850+MHz!!
Well cost/heat/power, 2 560s would make more sense.
Else the cards should have come with more power connectors imo.
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In my own opinion I think it will be right in line with ATI 5970 pricing of about $600 being it's competition in that range. I have a strong feeling it will be two GTX 560's as well. Each GTX 560 cost $250 right now.

You'll pay a bit of a premium to be able to run 4 cards into two slots basically. If they go any lower expect the other cards prices to drop in ratio.

If one dual GTX 590 runs a bit faster than one GTX 580 expect a slightly higher price on that GTX 590 than current GTX 580 prices is a given.

Two GTX 580's run $1040 right now, expect the GTX 590 to be about $1200 if it's going to bring better performance. (In situations where more than one card can be utilized anyway).

It'll boil down to user preference in what they want which will give some flexibility to the types of set up consumers can choose.

I've given it a lot of thought. I'd like to have two GTX 580's SLI instead of the dual GTX 590's. Only due to the fact where only one card can be utilized I'll have a GTX 580 1.5GB instead of a GTX 560 1GB running the show.

It's real close to final release so we'll have to wait and see. I'm hoping AMD will spur a price drop from Nvidia after they release their AMD 6990 card that's supposed to replace their ATI 5970 line and Nvidia wants to trump them or take some air out of their happy bubble.

Seems that's been the trend between AMD and Nvidia. Out with the old and in with the newer re-designed architecture cards that preform better with less heat and less power consumption.

In the end we as consumers are making out. I for one welcome the competition and hope there' no one company to rule them all. (Sound familiar?)
     
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I think it will be two 560s on one PCB, the question is would you rather two 560s at more or less normal clocks or two very underclocked GF110s?
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