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Lol at people only posting benchmarks @ 2560+ resolution where the 6990 wins.
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post #52 of 458
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Originally Posted by AgentHydra View Post
I'd say the 590 is a complete success. It has similar performance to a 6990 while being smaller, quieter, more power efficient, and it costs the same price.
The card is not power efficient...It fails because it has 2 GF100 GPUs on it and trades blows with the 6990. 570 in SLi is cheaper, better and you can over clock them without them blowing up.
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Almost identical performance to the 6990. Great price too. Talk about competition.
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post #54 of 458
It does consume a bit more. How is suggesting otherwise?
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Lol at people only posting benchmarks @ 2560+ resolution where the 6990 wins.
i dont even know what to say about this except, lol
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Then your reading skills need to be re-tuned.

Tom's, Guru etc all have it at SIMILAR rates, even slightly slower.

HOWEVER, it's significantly quiter and uses less power.

Half of the reviews have the 590 as a winner, half have the 6990 BUT, do mention the noise differences; it's entirely end user opinion.
I suggest you go and re-read the reviews...
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Ohhhhh dear.
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post #58 of 458
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Lol at people only posting benchmarks @ 2560+ resolution where the 6990 wins.
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/A...GTX_590/6.html
post #59 of 458
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Lol at people only posting benchmarks @ 2560+ resolution where the 6990 wins.


Got to fire up that 14" CRT to play CS 1.6 on my GTX 590.
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I suggest you go and re-read the reviews...
Staring at 5 of them, want quotes?

I'd happily berate your statement.

In fact, I'll start with tom's:

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Nevertheless, in a comparison between GeForce GTX 590 versus Radeon HD 6990, Nvidia wins.

And it wins because I can put a GeForce GTX 590 in my workstation, which doubles as my gaming machine, and not hear it. It’s quiet enough to use. And that’s a requisite.
Shall I continue to embarass you or, are we done here?
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