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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".
that's the issue I have with it. why on earth would I want to buy the most expensive card they have, just to play at 80%? if that's the case then buy two 560s and save.

i definitely agree that they probably won't carry better value.

is the lack of phases going to affect how well it overclocks back to normal 580 specs?
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also look at how the memory is laid out. a waterblock for this thing is going to have to be pretty much the full length of the card. same as on the 6990. i'm cringing at the price of that much metal. more metal used than to make 5970 waterblocks.
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2x 8pins are in that picture so we can sorta workout the max power consumption.

8pins can provide up to 150w each while PCIe slot can provide 75w of juice, which means.

150+150+75=375w. Which is the maximum, considering 570 2way SLI uses ~400w it suggests Nvidia has either pulled out some sort of hat trick, or the card is gonna be underclocked and be a complete failure compared to the 6990.
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The protruding fan makes its appearance once again.

Seriously speaking... Having the edges of those blades well above shroud level does not seem like a very attractive thing.

To me at least.
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post #36 of 107
This is going to be a beast of a GPU.
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2x 8pins are in that picture so we can sorta workout the max power consumption.

8pins can provide up to 150w each while PCIe slot can provide 75w of juice, which means.

150+150+75=375w. Which is the maximum, considering 570 2way SLI uses ~400w it suggests Nvidia has either pulled out some sort of hat trick, or the card is gonna be underclocked and be a complete failure compared to the 6990.
Not 100% correct ...
6990 is 2 x 8pin and in OC mode, the card leaves it's 375W to handle 450W with the same power configuration ...
So if that was correct 375W was the limit of the 2x8 pins and 75w ... any oc would result in a freeze or something

So...
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is the lack of phases going to affect how well it overclocks back to normal 580 specs?
Yea, it'll make it like the GTX 570 I think, a number of which (not many) have been dying with extra voltage. No doubt this will be more sensative though its only the odd case now and then.

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also look at how the memory is laid out. a waterblock for this thing is going to have to be pretty much the full length of the card. same as on the 6990. i'm cringing at the price of that much metal. more metal used than to make 5970 waterblocks.
Yea that is gonna suck. The 6990 also has memory chips on the back but a backplate should help with that. It's gonna be nice to see proper "full cover" blocks (full length of PCB like OMNI ALC).

[quote=almighty15;12726747]2x 8pins are in that picture so we can sorta workout the max power consumption.

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The protruding fan makes its appearance once again.
Seriously speaking... Having the edges of those blades well above shroud level does not seem like a very attractive thing.
To me at least.
It's the same on the GTX 560.
    
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can not wait for this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I hope nobody on here buy's that model. Wait until Asus and MSI release their versions of it.
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