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Yep. Just like there is only 2 Nvidia manufacturers selling the 3GB 580, while all the others are selling the POS 580 with only 1.5Gb version. And those 2 are in Europe, so you have to import a Palit or a Gainward since they are never in stock in North America.

What's the difference?

What people in the USA will do if they have a problem with a Palit card bought in England?

Good luck.

Green-glasses.
And what makes your red glasses any different. Take off your hater blockers, cause you aren't seeing the point.

Newegg isn't even listing the 3GB Palit card. But they are listing 6 6990's of which only TWO are wannting overclocking.

There's a difference between finding a special edition card with more VRAM in another country and importing it versus buying a 6990 in AMERICA and not being able to warranty your card if you so much as THINK of touching that slider. Aside from Sapphire and XFX.

Red glasses.
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Said like a true fanboy wearing green-glasses. A real man, talking about jizz. Wow. That's helping the conversation and the subject of this thread.

Nvidia fanboy seems to forget that the 580 came with a limiter, and you had to de-activate it to run Furmark. LOL! Because it's too hot and consume too much power. That's why the 590 is downclocked crazily like that. And it will probably also have a limiter that will also need to be de-activate.

580 SLI is producing more heat and consuming more power then a 6990. That's a fact. So the 6990 will not melt, or have more problems then a 580 SLI set-up in a middle case full of dust-bunnies.

I have a 6990. Temp and power are in check, not worst then the 5970 or 580 SLI.


Remove your green-glasses, it's blinding you.
First off, the limiter on the 580 only works on OCCT and furmark.

Secondly, you can't compare the 580 with the 6990.
You can with the 580 vs the 6970. And indeed it does take more power, but it performs better (and better than the 6990 in SLI and even solo in some games so...).

And thirdly, the 580 on its own, gives less heat than the 6970 or the 6990.
Thats right! Less. Less heat. That means its cooler. Both in SLI and single card.
And you can see that in many other reviews.

So, you were saying?
Did you remove your red glasses to read it?

Also I'm not a nvidia fan. I just don't like AMD drivers. Don't have anything to do against they cards.
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Why are people turning this switch into a con.

AMD doesn't endorse any overclocking, period.
It has always been up to the AIB, same as NV.
Does every single AMD/NV AIB cover overclocking, of course not.
Has that ever been an issue in the past?

And heat, fermi users complaining about heat and power consumption, really?

I guess AMD should release a statement saying these cards are designed to run hot.

Worked for NV, yeah?
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And heat, fermi users complaining about heat and power consumption, really?
This takes me back to the 4870X2 and the 3870X2
Oh the good old days when you could make dinner while playing without moving from your seat.

Heat issue actually being raised by AMD owners who still think its 5xxx vs 4xx, so they get it back in their face
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This takes me back to the 4870X2 and the 3870X2
Oh the good old days when you could make dinner while playing without moving from your seat.

Heat issue actually being raised by AMD owners who still think its 5xxx vs 4xx, so they get it back in their face
That's funny, my 3870x2 was cool as a cucumber, 4870x2 not so much.
But the hottest card I ever had was the GX2.
My fermi cards couldn't even touch that reactor.
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That's funny, my 3870x2 was cool as a cucumber, 4870x2 not so much.
But the hottest card I ever had was the GX2.
My fermi cards couldn't even touch that reactor.
I think the GX2 could rival the japan nuclear reactors in heat production
But well, my old 3870X2 could really build up some heat.

But that doesn't matter really. Both companies made very hot cards over time. Either by fauly design or just plain hot core.
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Update: First impressions are great, this is quietest high-end card ive ever seen, quieter then GTX 580! GeForce logo on cooler lights!!! Performance is incredible too! Have we a new king ...?
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I will post this warning however. Although these shots look very legitamite and actually correspond well with some of the photos my sources provided me, this guy has been known to provide fake benchmarks of the GTX590. See here: Link
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quietest high end card? that doesn't sound like the best sign for haveing a super high powered card...

although there are two 8 pin connectors evidently.
post #280 of 1505
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quietest high end card? that doesn't sound like the best sign for haveing a super high powered card...

although there are two 8 pin connectors evidently.
Exactly I dont see how this can be a very high powered card and still be quite.
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