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1000 for the 590 and 800 for the 6990

but i think the 590 will be something different kinda like 2x 575 like how the 295 was 2x 275
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i think it will be 2x560 with 580's shaders costing about 100-150 bucks more than GTX580 ehehe

I would be a happy man with it! oh yes sir, i would!
Already been proven that the 590 will have 1024 shaders, meaning 1024/2=512, thus 2 580 chips just downclocked.
    
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has there ever been a tri/quad gpu card?
    
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Ahahah brutal Krogoth!

Codejunki: i know... ehehe that's why i said 2 560 with the 580 shaders ... hmm ... summing all ... we have a downclocked gtx 580 eheheh no way to go around this
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Overclocking the GTX 595 will be a no go keep that in mind ...because its clocks are just as low to pass PCI consumption regulations ..if you raise voltage of the card or just overclock ...it will be unstable because of one PCI slot cannot supply it with enough power....wait for Kepler
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post #26 of 148
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1000 for the 590 and 800 for the 6990

but i think the 590 will be something different kinda like 2x 575 like how the 295 was 2x 275
Way off here! 2 x 6970's don't even cost $800 and the 5970 was about $150-$200 less than the 5870's when it came out. So $800 is just nonsense.

GTX590 is a little bit tougher.

I'm going with $599 for the 6990 and $799 for the 590.
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Overclocking the GTX 595 will be a no go keep that in mind ...because its clocks are just as low to pass PCI consumption regulations ..if you raise voltage of the card or just overclock ...it will be unstable because of one PCI slot cannot supply it with enough power....wait for Kepler
Hence why it will have 2x 8-pin connectors?
No modern card really pulls any power from the slot anymore.
The slot can only supply about 75w anyway, at least through PCIe specification.

And its not the 595. Its the 590.
    
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Overclocking the GTX 595 will be a no go keep that in mind ...because its clocks are just as low to pass PCI consumption regulations ..if you raise voltage of the card or just overclock ...it will be unstable because of one PCI slot cannot supply it with enough power....wait for Kepler
Those are specifications more than they are actual ratings, pretty sure a quality power supply can give more than the ATX specification.
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The 6990 probably won't cost more than two 6970's. Maybe $750ish?
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Overclocking the GTX 595 will be a no go keep that in mind ...because its clocks are just as low to pass PCI consumption regulations ..if you raise voltage of the card or just overclock ...it will be unstable because of one PCI slot cannot supply it with enough power....wait for Kepler
I'm pretty sure that is why we have pci-e connectors.
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