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I would say HD 6990 500-600 and GTX590 650-750.
This seems like the best estimate really.
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I'm just wondering if these cards would still be plagued with the CF and SLI flaws such as Microstuttering and not working very well in games that aren't optimized for it. Can someone with a 5970 answer this?
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post #43 of 148
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I'm just wondering if these cards would still be plagued with the CF and SLI flaws such as Microstuttering and not working very well in games that aren't optimized for it. Can someone with a 5970 answer this?
It would be the same as crossfire or SLI, I am pretty sure they are just linked together with an internal SLI bridge and in the case of Nvidia maybe a NF200 chip.
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post #44 of 148
hmm...so w/ a single 590...technically you should be able to do "surround" with a single card and add a 2nd for quad SLi for more e-peen...well in my case/other 3x30 users...some decent fps =D

please be @ least 3gb of VRAM...4gb would be asking too much, but I can live w/ 3gb
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post #45 of 148
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hmm...so w/ a single 590...technically you should be able to do "surround" with a single card and add a 2nd for quad SLi for more e-peen...well in my case/other 3x30 users...some decent fps =D

please be @ least 3gb of VRAM...4gb would be asking too much, but I can live w/ 3gb
3GB would only mean 1.5 each card, it isn't an upgrade from the GTX580 and won't do better with higher resolutions, I really think Nvidia should go for 4 or more.
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post #46 of 148
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There is absolutely no rational or reasonable point in purchasing either the GTX 590 or AMD 6990.

The reason why companies offer a Dual Card solution is because a new generation or series of cards is about to be released and they desperately want to dispose of the remaining inventory of old cards.

Both GPU´s consume way to much energy and just do not offer what should be expected by a product in such a price range.

In not even 3-4 months Nvidia Kepler and AMD 7000 series of cards will hit the market for persumeably the same price if not less ,twice or even triple the performance and less than half the power consumption in two words just more efficient.
Buying either one of those old gen underprivileged cards would be completely redundant and uncalled for.

All this hype and PR is caused by Nvidia and AMD to seduce the shallow minds in buying one of their overpriced old series **** cards which have only one good thing about them ...advertisement.

So be patient and wait until the new generation of GPUs arrive.
Edited by Kung Pow - 2/14/11 at 1:19am
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post #47 of 148
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There is absolutely no rational or reasonable point in purchasing either the GTX 590 or AMD 6990.

The reason why companies offer a Dual Card solution is because a new generation or series of cards is about to be released and they desperately want to dispose of the remaining inventory of old cards.

Both GPU´s consume way to much energy and just do not offer what should be expected by a product in such a price range.

In not even 3-4 months Nvidia Kepler and AMD 7000 series of cards will hit the market for persumeably the same price if not less ,twice or even triple the performance and less than half the power consumption in two words just more efficient.
Buying either one of those old gen underprivileged cards would be completely redundant and uncalled for.

All this hype and PR is caused by Nvidia and AMD to seduce the shallow minds in buying one of their overpriced old series **** cards which have only one good thing about them ...advertisement.

So be patient and wait until the new generation of GPUs arrive.
proof for release date?
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If I were you buy one 580 or 6970 now and another later. SLI or crossfire 580 or 6970 is going to be alot faster then a dual GPU card unless you are going to QUAD.

But unless you are gaming at godly resolutions 3 monitors one of either would be fine. I mean hell I get 60fps in metro 2033 and games are starting to SCALE back on demands and instead write more tuned code.
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There is absolutely no rational or reasonable point in purchasing either the GTX 590 or AMD 6990.

The reason why companies offer a Dual Card solution is because a new generation or series of cards is about to be released and they desperately want to dispose of the remaining inventory of old cards.

Both GPU´s consume way to much energy and just do not offer what should be expected by a product in such a price range.

In not even 3-4 months Nvidia Kepler and AMD 7000 series of cards will hit the market for persumeably the same price if not less ,twice or even triple the performance and less than half the power consumption in two words just more efficient.
Buying either one of those old gen underprivileged cards would be completely redundant and uncalled for.

All this hype and PR is caused by Nvidia and AMD to seduce the shallow minds in buying one of their overpriced old series **** cards which have only one good thing about them ...advertisement.

So be patient and wait until the new generation of GPUs arrive.
This coming from the guy who started this thread, interesting....
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post #50 of 148
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Originally Posted by Kung Pow View Post
There is absolutely no rational or reasonable point in purchasing either the GTX 590 or AMD 6990.

The reason why companies offer a Dual Card solution is because a new generation or series of cards is about to be released and they desperately want to dispose of the remaining inventory of old cards.

Both GPU´s consume way to much energy and just do not offer what should be expected by a product in such a price range.

In not even 3-4 months Nvidia Kepler and AMD 7000 series of cards will hit the market for persumeably the same price if not less ,twice or even triple the performance and less than half the power consumption in two words just more efficient.
Buying either one of those old gen underprivileged cards would be completely redundant and uncalled for.

All this hype and PR is caused by Nvidia and AMD to seduce the shallow minds in buying one of their overpriced old series **** cards which have only one good thing about them ...advertisement.

So be patient and wait until the new generation of GPUs arrive.
I knew it all along I started this thread to determine what they are gonna cost.
But that buying one of them was out of the question was never a point of consideration for me.
Confirmation of the release of kepler and AMD 7000 is unnecassary because the information about the fact that kepler will be released in 4 - 3 Quartal has already been published by Nvidia.Just take a look at the Nvidia Roadmap.
I am not sure about AMD 7000 but Kepler will be 3 times as efficient in performance/power consumption ratio ...and definetly outperform Fermi for much less of a price.

My Quote is the absolute truth.
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