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Did you really have to quote all those pictures to ask that question?
Yea do u want me to do it again?
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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.
The Radeon HD 6000 series has better scaling than NVIDIA's 5000 series. That's the reason why the GTX 570 is only 2% slower at 1920x1200 and 5% slower at 2560x1600 than the HD 6970 and is slower by 10% at 1920x1200 in SLI and 15% slower in SLI at 2560x1600.
    
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GTX580 beating a AMD6990 in the first vantage benchmark.

Really?

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Something tells me these "leaked benchmarks" is nothing more than an ad campaign for the gtx 590. All games are pro nvidia and somehow a single gtx 580 beats the 6990 in vantage.

^^^^

These.

I think I'll wait for the real benchmarks.
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if core clock was little higher
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The Radeon HD 6000 series has better scaling than NVIDIA's 5000 series. That's the reason why the GTX 570 is only 2% slower at 1920x1200 and 5% slower at 2560x1600 than the HD 6970 and is slower by 10% at 1920x1200 in SLI and 15% slower in SLI at 2560x1600.
It has nothing to do with scaling.

At those resolutions the GTX 570 is running out of frame buffer.

1.2Gb v. 2Gb. It has nothing to do with scaling.

At anything below 1080 the GTX 570s match the 6970.
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Only time will tell..........
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With all these rumours on OCN I've become a bit of a news-on-overclock sceptic.
I think I'll just wait for the official release...
    
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Benchmark GTX 590


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Sad that none of the benchmark results show that the 590 is better. Can we really just look at the numbers? Because if you do there is only one game that had performance averaging close to 60 FPS and that was Crysis Warhead. All the others showed frame rates averaging well over 100+ with frame rates averaging as high as 200+. In the end the results are "a wash". Which means there are no real winners here. Lets not forget we look at the numbers to determine what's playable not to see which is "higher". There is diminishing returns with high frame rates when you compare which cards offers the best game playing experience. And from the looks of that graph both offer a good game play experience so we have to now look at other factors:
-cost
-power consumption
-heat
-etc

What is clear is that so far those games are not taxing the GPUs and the results clearly show that you either need higher resolutions, more AA/AF/etc or both. I'm sure reviewer(s) will go more in depth with that (well I hope so).
Edited by EastCoast - 3/22/11 at 6:32pm
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It has nothing to do with scaling.

At those resolutions the GTX 570 is running out of frame buffer.

1.2Gb v. 2Gb. It has nothing to do with scaling.

At anything below 1080 the GTX 570s match the 6970.
Frame-buffer is only one part of the story. The reason why it's so close at lower resolutions is because resolutions lower than 2560x1600 don't make as much use of multi-GPU setups. That's why you typically see a boost of 75-80% at 1920x1200 over single and 85-95% at 2560x1600.
    
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