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Core frequency: 607MHZ
wow thats really low, whats the deal with that?
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I'm not sure why anyone would be surprised if and when the 590 comes in looking slower than the 6990. Don't you think that having the 607 clocks vs the 772 stock clocks of the 580's has anything to do with it? That's a 21% downclock, and if all things are equal, the 590 SHOULD be 21% slower than 580 SLI.

Nvidia HAD to downclock this beast to get a 365W TDP, as those 580 chips are power hungry, everyone knows this.

But what if it's true that it overclocks really well, and can overclock to 840, even just 800 clocks? This will paint a very different picture.

I don't think anyone buying the 590 is going to run it at stock clocks, heck, a lot will likely put it under water, and will most likely go well beyond 800.

This is the same thing that happened with the 470, in all reviews it seems slow due to its 607 stock clocks, yet, most of them are easily capable of 800 clocks, and that is being conservative, as some can do up to 900 and beyond under water.

At the 800 clocks, it matches 570 stock performance, which most 470's can do.

I'm sure there will be reviews that have the 590 at stock and overclocked, which will paint a picture of what the 590 is TRULY capable of.
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About what I would expect, even with a 6990 while clocked 200mhz slower. Seems about right for their respective chips, as nVidia is way faster clock-for-clock across the board.
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I always loved that Asus ships their cards with output and bus protectors.
Gigabyte does too.
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Update: More pics uploaded from Source 2.
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Now we just need an OC review of the card. 1000Mhz 590 vs 1000Mhz 6990
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Now we just need an OC review of the card. 1000Mhz 590 vs 1000Mhz 6990
Umm, obviously the 590 wins at those settings.

Under water the 6990 may go to 1100mhz or beyond, who knows... I think the fairest way to compare cards is at stock because people's OC methods and cooling strategies diff by quite a lot.

If there is a review comparing the cards at average OCs on air then I think it is useful, but I don't see the point in claiming that the 590 is better if it can clock to 1200Mhz if you use LN2 or something...
Edited by JCPUser - 3/22/11 at 11:39pm
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Umm, obviously the 590 wins at those settings.

Under water the 6990 may go to 1100mhz or beyond, who knows... I think the fairest way to compare cards is at stock because people's OC methods and cooling strategies diff by quite a lot.

If there is a review comparing the cards at average OCs on air then I think it is useful, but I don't see the point in claiming that the 590 is better if it can clock to 1200Mhz if you use LN2 or something...
But comparing stock is also flawed because one card may OC alot more (on average) than the other. Most of us here are going to OC so having OC'ed cards as a comparison is needed
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6k hkd is not 1k usd.....
Its more like a 800-900usd card if you convert hkd to usd
$6000 hkd = $769.82 usd
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Umm, obviously the 590 wins at those settings.

Under water the 6990 may go to 1100mhz or beyond, who knows... I think the fairest way to compare cards is at stock because people's OC methods and cooling strategies diff by quite a lot.

If there is a review comparing the cards at average OCs on air then I think it is useful, but I don't see the point in claiming that the 590 is better if it can clock to 1200Mhz if you use LN2 or something...
580s do 920 on air quite easily. 1000+ with good fans like Twin Frozr II/Artic Xccelero. I wasn't even talking about water-cooling clocks. That would be much higher on both cards.
Edited by PoopaScoopa - 3/23/11 at 12:59am
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