Originally Posted by Vlasov_581
you have a strange imagination that makes sense in a way, i admit.......but for the bunny to do what you said requires resources like being possesed, or in the cards case, an obscene amount of power which in this case doens't exist......so the bunny might have the blood shot eyes, the snarling, and the foaming at the mouth, but in the end when it jumps to attack me, it might just fart, have a stroke, fall over and die
Well we still, don't know.
Even the 6990 comes locked and unlocked to give it more power.
Maybe the 590 will be given enough power from the very start.
Maybe the ability for the two GPUs to communicate is much better, and the memory<->gpu will work better.
Or it might be that the bunny won't need to eat your throat. Its all just an act to make you faint when he jumps, so he can leasurely eat you one small bite at a time (and hump your body if he feels like it).
As I said, we don't know until we see the actuall card and have a few reviews being made (or published)
So all the X is better than Y because of core / memory / coolness / sillyness, its all pretty stupid.
In the end, what matters is both drivers, and PCB design and on board chips to communicate between the GPUs.