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post #2081 of 5154
Cant find any GTX 590's in stock online anywhere in AUstralia . Whats the deal, and why doesn't EVGA.com.au have the GTX 590 up at all?

GF is going to Vegas soon, ill see if EVGA USA can ship to her hotel .

EDIT: EVGA US is out of stock ... Where are they all?
post #2082 of 5154
I just ordered GTX 590 There was very nice special offer in finnish retailer (Asus GTX 590 for 495 euros!). Cant wait to get it, my AX 750 should be fine on stock voltage.
post #2083 of 5154
590's are getting harder and harder to find new..... might I suggest the 'buy a dissatisfied owners' route? (Ebay, amazon, overclock.net, etc.)
 
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post #2084 of 5154
for last week price rised up from 715$ to 890$ in our snowy country =)
glad that i took second palit for 715$.
they're in stock and even new shops start to sell it but prices grow like a teenagers acne
there are alot of palits, some zotac cards, gigabyte ones, PoV, and even couple of gainwards O_o
and "Point of View GeForce GTX 590 691Mhz PCI-E 2.0" that is out of stock O_O thats awesome stock clocks

and i'm still confused - will my sabertooth p67 accept two 590? there is quad-SLi certification in mobo spec on asus.com (although there are only two pci-e 8/16 slots onboard, so they meant 2 590 i think), sabertooth is in "supported motherboards" list on geforce.com, but there is a plenty of info in sticky threads on different forums that p67 dont even support SLi itself...
and if there is only 16 lines physically and one 590 split 16 lines between 2 GPU (x8/x8), will two 590 work on x8/x8/x8/x8 or x4/x4/x4/x4? as i understand 1 slot x16 and another is x8. if i use only first one, it works as x16 for 580 (1 GPU example), virtual x16/x16 for 590 (physically x8/x8), if i use both slots - they work as x8 each so SLi 580 will work @ x8/x8 (physical) and SLi 590 will work on virtual x8/x8 x8/x8 but physical x4/x4 x4/x4?
if it will be x4/x4 x4/x4, than perfomance will suck, dont it?
Edited by Wogga - 8/23/11 at 3:41am
post #2085 of 5154
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Originally Posted by Shinobi Jedi View Post
What's got you bummed on them? It was just a few days ago you were saying the 590's were the roof. I like AMD fine. My 5870m in my Asus G73JH-A1 rocks. I guess the 6990's might seem more preferable if you only use them at work and didn't have to pay for them. But for me, noise really was the deciding factor against them. They're just too freakin' loud for the fps difference it gets over the 590 in the few titles it does.
Everything I run, is always full water because I beat the living crap out of my hardware...Like I said, beta office

It's disappointing because in SLI the profiles just aren't there to do anything with both cards...and only 1 core is active in 3/4 of the programs/etc I choose to use so, essentially I'm limited in any activity I do, to 1 core.

Regardless of if it's the roof or not, if I can only run my 590's 100% in heaven and not in games or real time functions (They JUST added functionality for CS5) then it's really pointless for my office.

If I want the functionality, I have to rip a driver apart, edit it completely and even then there are issues because the custom driver doesn't mesh with the programs/games I have to use on a daily basis.

From the perspective of an enthusiast, I would say that the 590's are disappointing because even though the beef is there, the functionality is absolutely not.

I loathe the 6990's to be absolutely honest...Whenever I have to put them back in to do a bench, I groan because they're obnoxious even on water...Hot, finicky, just a total and complete ex-girlfriend IMO; however, I never have a problem getting 2/2 or 4/4 on anything we use...

So from my perspective, they aren't all they could be and I understand their potential which, makes it even worse.

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and i'm still confused - will my sabertooth p67 accept two 590? there is quad-SLi certification in mobo spec on asus.com (although there are only two pci-e 8/16 slots onboard, so they meant 2 590 i think), sabertooth is in "supported motherboards" list on geforce.com, but there is a plenty of info in sticky threads on different forums that p67 dont even support SLi itself...
and if there is only 16 lines physically and one 590 split 16 lines between 2 GPU (x8/x8), will two 590 work on x8/x8/x8/x8 or x4/x4/x4/x4? as i understand 1 slot x16 and another is x8. if i use only first one, it works as x16 for 580 (1 GPU example), virtual x16/x16 for 590 (physically x8/x8), if i use both slots - they work as x8 each so SLi 580 will work @ x8/x8 (physical) and SLi 590 will work on virtual x8/x8 x8/x8 but physical x4/x4 x4/x4?
if it will be x4/x4 x4/x4, than perfomance will suck, dont it?
Sabertooths should accept SLI in dual slots but, in regards to the "lines", it doesn't matter anymore...The difference on previous MB's was shown to only be 2/3/4% in terms of processing so, realistically performance in any slot is absolutely possible.

I don't think anyone has done any performance tests on the P67 but, I'd ask around if I were you.
post #2086 of 5154
already found one review of 590 SLi and 6990 CF on variety of motherboards that are certified for quad and they said (and graphics "said" ) that there is really not so much performance loss (2-3% as you pointed).
for now i'm ok with it. if asus will make sabertooth XXX for the next-gen processors with native x16/x16, then i'll think about replacing current stuff.
post #2087 of 5154
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590's are getting harder and harder to find new..... might I suggest the 'buy a dissatisfied owners' route? (Ebay, amazon, overclock.net, etc.)
Haha not a chance, if im going to drop that much coin on a GPU, its going to be new with warranty.

I just dont understand why they have none in stock??
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Haha not a chance, if im going to drop that much coin on a GPU, its going to be new with warranty.

I just dont understand why they have none in stock??
The 590's were a limited release of X-units.

I can't give out the X but, they're almost all out of stock.

I may be selling my personal 590 hydro soon and they are definitely getting harder and harder to find!
post #2089 of 5154
Hi, does anyone know if this cable http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=14918 is the same as the power cable for the 8 pin conections on the Asus GTX 590 card?
post #2090 of 5154
"The 590's were a limited release of X-units."

So what do you think will be NVidia's next step after these are all sold? They can't just leave a vacume.
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