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I was actually quite impressed that NVIDIA decided to go with a radial-style fan when I first saw this. I didn't receive specs for it yet but its going to have to be pretty fast to properly ventilate that cooling area. Granted it will definitely be quieter than a blower-style fan at the same rpm.
Yea, I wonder how well it will cool. Should be quieter at the same RPM but will these do 5000+? I mean the blower style.. blows it across but since this is placed between the heatsinks temps may not be so great. It should still work relatively well.. though it won't live up to it's Fermi name if it doesn't sound like a jet engine.

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That has heater written all over it!

And a single phase less then a full blown GTX580 to me says DOWN CLOCKED!.

I can see this being slower then the 6990, Especially at higher resolutions were the extra VRAM on the 6990 will be a big advantage.
This may just be as fast (or faster) as the 6990 in common resolutions like 1080p but the 6990 may pull ahead in 1600p (in games like Metro 2033) and definately in multi-screen situations, which these cards are aimed for.
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Yea, I wonder how well it will cool. Should be quieter at the same RPM but will these do 5000+? I mean the blower style.. blows it across but since this is placed between the heatsinks temps may not be so great. It should still work relatively well though.



This may just be as fast as the 6990 in common resolutions like 1080p but the 6990 may pull ahead in 1600p (in games like Metro 2033) and definately in multi-screen situations, which these cards are aimed for.
this card at 1080p is a waste. I understand they didn't use 3gb ram per chip to bring the cost down but it will definitely hurt them against the 6990. Pricing will be bad for this card, in relation to the 6990. When you want to play at high resolutions you need ram. it isn't a secret.
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this card at 1080p is a waste. I understand they didn't use 3gb ram per chip to bring the cost down but it will definitely hurt them against the 6990. Pricing will be bad for this card, in relation to the 6990. When you want to play at high resolutions you need ram. it isn't a secret.
Yup. Considering this card is aimed (mostly) at surround users (or those wanting to), it seems like a bad choice to "only" include 1.5GB though it should still be fine with most games (with some settings down of course). However anybody who buys this card to play at 1080p would be a fool. Pricing is always bad for cards like this, expensive cards always have the worst price/performance. The GTX 580 is one example.

I mean one can buy a 480 here for around £180 less than a 580 (90% less) and clock for clock the difference is 10% at most in high resolutions and a 480 can overclock just as well as a 580. I doubt these cards will carry better "value".
    
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I'm loving the dual vapor champers and the 12-layer 2oz copper PCB! If this isn't a Gigabyte product, then I'll be happy to see that others are getting in on the 2oz copper PCB action!
I don't think Gigabyte was one of the announced NA partners for the 590. And plus, it can't be Gigabyte, the PCB's not blue
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I don't think Gigabyte was one of the announced NA partners for the 590. And plus, it can't be Gigabyte, the PCB's not blue
Asus and Evga will be the only ones making this card in Na
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Hmm. I wouldn't expect EVGA to use a 12-layer 2oz PCB, so I would guess Asus. So, I'll be surprised if this is EVGA's card. However, they are known for making some crazy products (like the SR-2 motherboard).
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Hmm. I wouldn't expect EVGA to use a 12-layer 2oz PCB, so I would guess Asus. So, I'll be surprised if this is EVGA's card. However, they are known for making some crazy products (like the SR-2 motherboard).
That's about the only crazy EVGA product in a while. Since the 285 classified (which was not all too amazing imo) nothing good has come from EVGA, except reference products actully made by nvidia. I'd get ASUS over EVGA any day though since EVGA cards on average are 20% more here, sometimes even more. :/
    
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Hmm. I wouldn't expect EVGA to use a 12-layer 2oz PCB, so I would guess Asus. So, I'll be surprised if this is EVGA's card. However, they are known for making some crazy products (like the SR-2 motherboard).
That or 12-layer 2oz PCB is the reference specification

This is a beastly card. Wonder how it will OC and whether it'll be limited by the 2x 8pin connectors.
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That or 12-layer 2oz PCB is the reference specification

This is a beastly card. Wonder how it will OC and whether it'll be limited by the 2x 8pin connectors.
It probably will be. Don't expect it to overclock better than a pair of 580s and definately expect it to be louder and hotter.
It would be very good if it could easily do 580 speeds but cost as much as 570 SLI though I don't think NVIDIA will be that generous.
    
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That or 12-layer 2oz PCB is the reference specification
inorite?! It's like,

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This is a beastly card. Wonder how it will OC and whether it'll be limited by the 2x 8pin connectors.
I have to admit that I'll never buy it, but I'm certainly looking forward to seeing how others here on OCN will do with it
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