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post #21 of 53
Yes stock speeds, Stock fan profile..

( I dont want to hear "Custom fan profile !!L!@@1! " , I use one, He doesn't and shouldn't have to )
Cards should be able to keep themselves cool out of the box, Period!!
post #22 of 53
A. shouldnt this be in the rumors section and
B. I don't believe it till i see it anymore.
post #23 of 53
Called it.

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972 oc on the 6990.

I don't believe 600mhz for a minute.
The 295 lost only 50mhz and it was an equally hot/power hungry card of its generation.

Oh wow looking at those power consumption numbers
The gtx 295 was dual gtx 275's, not dual 285's. If it was dual 285's on a single pcb, then it would be the same situation. Nvidia simply can't keep the power consumption levels on their cards down, which is why they suffer for less performance/watt.

The 6990 will be king of the hill, sorry nvidia.
     
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Yes stock speeds, Stock fan profile..

( I dont want to hear "Custom fan profile !!L!@@1! " , I use one, He doesn't and shouldn't have to )
Cards should be able to keep themselves cool out of the box, Period!!
Agreed. I'd never mess with custom fan profiles on a client pc. I do make sure hot cards have lots of good airflow.. you never know what kind of cramped space the client will place the pc.

On topic: Even if its clocked at 600mhz, I'd watercool it and go from there.
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Called it.



The gtx 295 was dual gtx 275's, not dual 285's. If it was dual 285's on a single pcb, then it would be the same situation. Nvidia simply can't keep the power consumption levels on their cards down, which is why they suffer for less performance/watt.

The 6990 will be king of the hill, sorry nvidia.
That's right

But I still can't believe only 600mhz, what's the point?
I don't think it could even put up better numbers in Heaven or 3d11 at that speed.
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Called it.



The gtx 295 was dual gtx 275's, not dual 285's. If it was dual 285's on a single pcb, then it would be the same situation. Nvidia simply can't keep the power consumption levels on their cards down, which is why they suffer for less performance/watt.

The 6990 will be king of the hill, sorry nvidia.
Who gives a crap what the stock clock is.

Everyone raise your hand if you run your cards at stock clocks.

*Cricket...cricket...*

Yeah didn't think so. If you can't handle a card that will draw north of 450w+ under load and overclocked then you don't belong on OVERCLOCK.net.

Not to mention the fact that overclocking any 6990 aside from the XFX one will void your warranty.


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That's right

But I still can't believe only 600mhz, what's the point?
I don't think it could even put up better numbers in Heaven or 3d11 at that speed.
At least it won't overheat playing Metro 2033 with those clocks.

Seems to me that AMD was a little ambitious with their core speeds and didn't realize that video cards shouldn't be running routinely into the high 80s playing games on the stock core clock.
Edited by blackbalt89 - 3/14/11 at 8:08pm
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Who gives a crap what the stock clock is.

Everyone raise your hand if you run your cards at stock clocks.

*Cricket...cricket...*

Yeah didn't think so. If you can't handle a card that will draw north of 450w+ under load and overclocked then you don't belong on OVERCLOCK.net.

Not to mention the fact that overclocking any 6990 aside from the XFX one will void your warranty.
I guess you don't get it.

The final clock speeds will determine whether or not NV can claim the "Crown"

Do you honestly think a 600 mhz 590 can accomplish this out of the box with those speeds?
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Who gives a crap what the stock clock is.

Everyone raise your hand if you run your cards at stock clocks.

*Cricket...cricket...*

Yeah didn't think so. If you can't handle a card that will draw north of 450w+ under load and overclocked then you don't belong on OVERCLOCK.net.

Not to mention the fact that overclocking any 6990 aside from the XFX one will void your warranty.

I still cant get over that sticker
Sooo much fail.
post #29 of 53
thought the 6990 could not be over clocked due to something with the warranty? And wasn't the 295 like 632mhz stock anyways?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by grunion View Post
That's right

But I still can't believe only 600mhz, what's the point?
I don't think it could even put up better numbers in Heaven or 3d11 at that speed.
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Originally Posted by grunion View Post
I guess you don't get it.

The final clock speeds will determine whether or not NV can claim the "Crown"

Do you honestly think a 600 mhz 590 can accomplish this out of the box with those speeds?
AMD set their core speeds too ambitiously in an attempt to beat off Nvidia. Go read some reviews. One's that have actual words in them and not just pretty charts, and read about how hot and loud the card gets and how a good handful of review sites say stay away from the 6990.

At least EVGA won't tell you you can't overclock YOUR GPU.

AMD is starting to sound like Apple and Sony. Sure you paid for the product, but you can't do what you want with it.
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