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post #81 of 458
Hardware Heaven reviews: Both with Surround Vision/Eyefinity Comparisons
- Single gtx 590
- Quad-SLI gtx 590

I'm more interested in the Surround vision benchmarks.
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Guru 3d:



I can do this all day.

Idle fans are the same, 90% of reviews state that...However at 100% the 6990's can AND do ramp up to 50db...

The 590 stays at a solid 30-41.
Yea try 48dB

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/A...TX_590/22.html

And look at how much more power a SLOWER GTX 590 needs over a 6990..

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/A...TX_590/21.html

So much for your claim GTX 590 is more power efficient.. Fan boy only see's what he wants to see
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So, you're focusing on noise on full load to disprove what almighty's saying about power consumption? You can do what all day? Misread? Be a funboy?
It has to be the only selling point it has over the 6990 so i expect to hear this alot in the coming days. Overclockers has these priced @ over 650 pounds!!
why the feck would i pay £100 over a 6990?? Noise alone??? stick it in yer pipe and smoke it

Both are awsome out of the box end of full stop. And will mash anything you can pretty much throw at either of them games wise.

It's trully tit for tat between them performance wise, but the nvidia pricing is just a joke tbh.
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Yea try 48dB

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/A...TX_590/22.html

And look at how much more power a SLOWER GTX 590 needs over a 6990..

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/A...TX_590/21.html

So much for your claim GTX 590 is more power efficient.. Fan boy only see's what he wants to see
I actually own 6990's, several.

If I'm a fanboy, stop being a hypocrite considering you're only looking at individual reviews while I've seen 20+ this morning, alone.

The general consesus (if you read them all) is the 590 is 10-20db quieter. There are certain situation that pushed the 20db, sure; I can think of some setups that do that but, it doesn't change the reality that if you matched db for db, the 6990 would fry.

As someone in an office with 5 580s, 12 480s, 4 6990s and soon to be 10+ 590's...I have to say thank god to the fact the 4 interns with the 6990's are trading them for 590s...So will any admin/tech/office person that has to deal with the jet engines all day...

Sorry but, most of the reviewers, agree with me.
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What the heck is this all about?

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Ah cmon guys...
AMD 6990 is thicker and longer... ofcourse its gona win (yea thats what she thinks).
Anyway buying a 590/6990 to play at 1680x1050 and below is rather stupid. Its like runing a 460 on 1024x768..:O oh wait thats me .
If ur not going 1920x1080 and up and/or surround eyefinity or 3d... This card is pointless.
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Face it, the GTX 590 is the better buy. Similar performance, quiter, has CUDA, most likely much smoother gameplay thanks to SLI vs CF. Sorry but the extra RAM did not favor the 6990 at extreme resolutions either, check the hardware canucks review. At 5760 resolution, with or without AA the GTX 590 won

Also check out the load temps and the noise temps

http://www.hardwarecanucks.com/forum...review-21.html
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He's OCing a beta card, beta drivers and according to their review, overclocks it pretty hardcore while leaving the fan at stock.

I LOVE how all of you can twist that into normal circumstances when you want to be ATI fanboys.
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The 590 seems to have lower average fps than the 6990 yet slightly higher minimum fps. It's also quite a bit quieter which is a plus.
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He's OCing a beta card, beta drivers and according to their review, overclocks it pretty hardcore while leaving the fan at stock.

I LOVE how all of you can twist that into normal circumstances when you want to be ATI fanboys.
Stop being a but hurt. I was asking what that was all about. I made no comment about the incident.
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