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The HD 6970 is slower then the GTX 580, all the benches from when the 6970 first came out prove that. It seemed when the 6990 was released all of a sudden people were trying to say the 6970 competed with the 580, most reviews of the 6970 pit it against the 570. Even in metro 2033 at 2560x1600 the 580 is 8-10% faster then the 6970 and there are very few situations where the 2gb of vram on the 6970 make a difference, usually on on extreme resolutions does the 6970 gain on the 580. I would say the slides are fairly accurate myself, it's fairly logical. The 590 will be faster then the 6990, period. Look at the benches Tom's did on the 6970, it needs much faster clocks to gain on the 580. Link

Again, another one that is missing the point. The GTX 590 is not clocked at reference or near-reference GTX 580 speeds. The GTX 590 is clocked overall 20% slower than a GTX 580 SLI, and there is where its performance should land. It will be near or the same speed as a GTX 570 SLI at stock speeds, and by extension also slower than a Radeon HD 6990 at stock speeds.
    
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the benchmarks seem pretty lame!!!
how in the world a 590 @ stock speeds beats a 6990 @ 880MHZ:confused:
yeah its true that a 580 @772 rapes a HD6970 @ 880MHZ BUT those 2 GF110 cores are @607-612mhz in GTX590...still beats a 6990 even in OC mode!!

But then again most of the games benchmarked are nvidia bounded...may be marketing AD campaign from nvidia.........aaaaah:confused:

come on release it already!!! need to see the real story
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God every PSU just cried a little. I wonder what the power consumption number are.
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So there it is people, decision time: Briefcase or Toolbox?

Toolbox is more manly. tongue.gif
     
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Candy, get the toolbox ... keep the toolbox since i think you're only buying the gtx590 because of the toolbox, and give me the card wink.gif

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Again, another one that is missing the point. The GTX 590 is not clocked at reference or near-reference GTX 580 speeds. The GTX 590 is clocked overall 20% slower than a GTX 580 SLI, and there is where its performance should land. It will be near or the same speed as a GTX 570 SLI at stock speeds, and by extension also slower than a Radeon HD 6990 at stock speeds.

Your basing your facts on the gtx 590 from previous cards and making asumptions this way just like everyone else is. But how do you know for sure it's going to be slower ??? your going to look very silly if it turns out the 590 is quicker.

Everyone has there own opinions and tbh if i say the gtx 590 will rip the 6990 apart, It's just as valid a comment as any at this point in time.
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I was using a 1680x1050 monitor as the lowend of what is reviewed, a 1680x1050 monitor can be found for about $100 on Newegg. Why would any reviewer pair a $100 monitor setup with an $800 dual-GPU card for testing? It's silly. Yet they do it all the time:

http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/sapphire_hd6990/
http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/3947/his_radeon_hd_6990_4gb_overclocked_video_card_review/index.html

What is the point of even including that resolution? Why not have the triple monitor setup benchmarks?

Also, I heard the human eye can distinguish between 50 FPS and 70 FPS in a videogame. Because that will be the difference you will see while gaming once you upgrade to a 590 from a pair of 5870s. Or, rather, not see.

There are lots and lots of different aspects regarding how many FPS the human eye can actually detect. Please read the following article:

http://www.100fps.com/how_many_frames_can_humans_see.htm
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oh lol a toolbox...

Not liking the colors of the sticker that GB chose tho :/




I wanna see a 590 is being placed in a box that look like nulear reactor container (not making fun of JP crisis, more refering to being so hot like those fuel rod). That'll look more epic, UPS will think they're shipping a nuclear bomb lololol
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Originally Posted by Chewy;12827432 
Your basing your facts on the gtx 590 from previous cards and making asumptions this way just like everyone else is. But how do you know for sure it's going to be slower ??? your going to look very silly if it turns out the 590 is quicker.

Everyone has there own opinions and tbh if i say the gtx 590 will rip the 6990 apart, It's just as valid a comment as any at this point in time.

I'm basing this on facts. The GTX 590 has two GTX 580 GPUs on a single PCB, and a GTX 580 SLI benchmarks at GTX 590 speeds have already been posted. The difference between having them in SLI or on the same PCB is less than 1%.
    
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Originally Posted by LOL_Wut_Axel;12827284 
Again, another one that is missing the point. The GTX 590 is not clocked at reference or near-reference GTX 580 speeds. The GTX 590 is clocked overall 20% slower than a GTX 580 SLI, and there is where its performance should land. It will be near or the same speed as a GTX 570 SLI at stock speeds, and by extension also slower than a Radeon HD 6990 at stock speeds.


The 6970 barely surpasses the 570 at its stock speeds. The 6990 is also downclocked so the 6990 would be on par with 570 sli, which is what you are saying the 590 will compare to. Since the 6990 is also downclocked then it couldn't possibly beat the 590. I would say the 6990 will be faster a some benches, but the 590 will beat it in the majority. People on here have been acting like the 6990 has over 100% scaling or something. rolleyes.gif

Edit: I would also like to point out the TDP on the 590 is lower then the 6990 so at least people have finally shut up about the power draw of the Nvidia cards. Funny how you never hear people saying anything about the power usage of ATI cards.
Edited by jspeedracer - 3/22/11 at 12:43pm
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