I hate to burst everyone's bubble but these are fake, the source "hardware reviewer" OBRovsky is laughing at XtremeSystems: Link.
This is clearly obvious because dual stock clocked GTX580's get 69FPS AVG with Enthusiast settings (and that's only with 2X AA). It is pretty much impossible for a GTX590 (which is dual underclocked GTX580's) to get an AVG of 83FPS (especially at 16xQ AA).
A troll has caught us again.
It seems like the very first samples of Nvidia's GTX 590 graphics cards have already reached hardware reviewers and enthusiasts as some early benchmark results of the dual-GPU solution have already been leaked, detailing its Crysis performance.
The screenshot of the Framebuffer Crysis benchmark Tool has been posted by a Czech blogger that goes by the name of OBRovsky and has come to our attention via the XtremeSystems forum.
Nvidia's GTX 590 was tested using a six-core Intel Core i7 980X processor, that was clocked at 3575MHz, together with an un-named Gigabyte X58 motherboard while the Crysis benchmark was run using the Ambush map at a 1920x1080 resolution with 16x anti-aliasing using the Extreme quality profile and the DirectX 10 render path.
The results speak for themselves as the GTX 590 managed to render, in average, 83.61 frames each second while the minimum frame rate recorded was that of 57.59fps.
No other details were provided together with this quick benchmark, but, from previous leaks, we do know that the GTX 590 will feature dual GF110 GPUs that are paired together on the same printed circuit board and connected via SLI.
The GPU's used will be hand selected from the GF110 cores that are manufactured over at TSMC and the board could pack as much as 1024 stream processors, 128 texturing units, 96 ROPs as well as dual 384-bit memory interfaces. These will be connected to 3072MB of video frame buffer.
Edited by remer - 3/3/11 at 2:16pm