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I can't believe that title mislead me.
    
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Goose egg!!!! The 590 has an nf200 as the bridge chip so scaling will be better plus I just got 1770 extreme presets with one 570 stock clock and severely bottlenecked by my dual core.
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Goose egg!!!! The 590 has an nf200 as the bridge chip so scaling will be better plus I just got 1770 extreme presets with one 570 stock clock and severely bottlenecked by my dual core.
Calm down buddy.

First thing check your GPU usage. There is no chance that 3D Mark 11 Extreme is NOT 100% all of the time on one 570. So unless the meaning of the term bottleneck has changed... you don't have one for this benchmark.

Second, I would expect that 570 SLI@ stock WOULD beat 580 SLI @ 600HMz and furthermore you need to account for scaling as just doubling your single 570 score is not a good estimate.
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Calm down buddy.

First thing check your GPU usage. There is no chance that 3D Mark 11 Extreme is NOT 100% all of the time on one 570. So unless the meaning of the term bottleneck has changed... you don't have one for this benchmark.

Second, I would expect that 570 SLI@ stock WOULD beat 580 SLI @ 600HMz and furthermore you need to account for scaling as just doubling your single 570 score is not a good estimate.
ok math time 1770 x 1.6 = 2832, so that takes into consideration a less then perfect scaling rate. A dual core is going to bring in way lower results then an i7 no matter what way you slice it. I am not mad, I just don't believe this at all.
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Wow, the 580's in SLI downclocked to 600Mhz does lose a lot of its power. I wonder if the GTX 590 really does have a 600Mhz clock speed would suck.
    
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ok math time 1770 x 1.6 = 2832, so that takes into consideration a less then perfect scaling rate. A dual core is going to bring in way lower results then an i7 no matter what way you slice it. I am not mad, I just don't believe this at all.
If you are talking about the overall X score which includes the CPU physics, for example, then yes you are right. However, it is not clear to me what score the benchmark is reporting. I assumed it was the GPU score only because that is the conversation at hand. If it was the overall score then you may have a point. My Swedish is not up to par
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...or we can wait until an actual 590 comes out and benchmark that.
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QFT

Here's an old comparison I did about a year ago that clearly represents this: 9800GX2 vs. 9800GTX SLI
Sorry but I see absolutely no difference no there.
Crysis differs by 1.0x10^-2 FPS... I don't really believe that to be a significant result. The ~500 3DM06 marks perhaps, but even that is pushing it for a an actual difference between the two.
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One thing i notice is that the GF110 have lots of potential and have amazing gains when overclocked ... but the amount that they win when overclocked is the same when they are down clocked...

Just for the record... a GTX580



So the improvement is around 12-16% overclocked... so basically, when you downclock the gpu you get almost the same lost percentage ...

So GF110 are really power hungry wolfs that when have a "power handicap" transforme in "wolfes inside sheep skin"
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Originally Posted by dracotonisamond View Post
if those are the correct clocks, then it is fairly accurate. also there will be slight variances for the two gpu's being on one 16x slot.

although, id still take a slower nvidia card over a faster ati card any day for the sake of their drivers.
agree 100%. i'd love to switch over to ATI/AMD, but their drivers are keeping me with Nvidia. they need a serious overhaul and clean up their driver issues.
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