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Poll Results: Who's Getting a GTX 590 Tomorrow?

 
  • 8% (20)
    Getting it on launch day! Whoo!
  • 31% (73)
    Nope. Already have an SLi/CF setup.
  • 19% (45)
    Getting it later, once price drops.
  • 40% (95)
    Nope. Plan on buying an SLi/CF setup.
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post #121 of 136
i hope EVGA adds it to the step up list.

I only have 22 more days in my step up !
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Need a question answering guys. I'm looking to buy the ASUS 590 GTX but need to upgrade my PSU. Is the Antec 900w good enough? Link to PSU - http://www.scan.co.uk/products/900w-...-12v-135mm-fan
it looks as if a 900 is fine on stock settings but if you are loking to overclock get a much bigger one like 1200plus I have read the reviews and card pulls ALOT of power when overclocking (volt up pulled an additional 200watts from the wall) but other than that the test was on a 850 antec like mine
post #123 of 136
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Need a question answering guys. I'm looking to buy the ASUS 590 GTX but need to upgrade my PSU. Is the Antec 900w good enough? Link to PSU - http://www.scan.co.uk/products/900w-...-12v-135mm-fan
http://www.scan.co.uk/products/1200w...s-12v-80mm-fan

this one would be much better
post #124 of 136
Thanks man! Ordered

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ordered bout 2 hours ago
 
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post #126 of 136
I've just had a thought. This Card is 2 GPUs. Do you need an SLI Motherboard for 1 card?
post #127 of 136
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I've just had a thought. This Card is 2 GPUs. Do you need an SLI Motherboard for 1 card?
wow good question, never thought about that as I do have a sli certified board. I am pretty shore they thought of that and I would (((think))) you don't but mite want to ask nvidia on that one or any gtx295 owners would know!
post #128 of 136
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I've just had a thought. This Card is 2 GPUs. Do you need an SLI Motherboard for 1 card?
No, because the SLI functionality is built into the card. Any board with 1 PCI-Ex 16x (size) slot will support this card.
    
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post #129 of 136
Nvidia is getting close to tape out its 28nm graphics core. The company is aiming to have a new chip in 28nm ready for autumn launch. The target time frame is Q4 2011 for the desktop chip and a bit later for the mobile one.

The chips are made by Nvidia's long term partner, TSMC, so there are no surprises there. TSMC is already taping out some 28nm network chips but graphics chips are far more complex and have billions of transistors these days. It might take them a bit more to get ready for billion(s) transistors graphics cards.

AMD (ATI) graphics is also making its 28nm chips at TSMC and unfortunately for them, Nvidia always gets more love. The specification wars are no on, as both companies have thermal limitations to heed, and as you all know, it is very important to end up at least slightly faster.

The real fight is scheduled for Q4 2011, asuming that both companies can execute flawlessly.


edit----AMD is using GlobalFoundries for its 28nm next generation high end GPU's. Samples should tape out in the third quarter of this year

this was not verified I just picked it up and is hear say but figured I would put it in there!
Edited by Bradford1040 - 3/24/11 at 11:14am
post #130 of 136
Brilliant thanks man!

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