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I mentioned W1zzard to do a re-review of the 590 with the newer drivers, and I took a jab at him to do it with less voltage too. It got ignored of course.
ARES MARS II gets a 9.4 score.
GTX 590 gets a 7.0 score. Performance diff ~10%
So what you're saying is, we have someone reviewing Hardware not from the perspective it's designed for - to play Games, but rather from someone whom is not a real gamer but only cares about overclocking.

What sites/publications does he review for? So I can make sure to avoid them.

Honestly, I don't want to be an overclocking hater, but I am getting a little fed up with how much debate and distractions are caused by overclocks that only show a few frames difference in real world performance.

Taking Bloomfield, Nehalem or SandyBridge CPU's and going from 2.6 to 4.0-5.0 - that I get and am down with. Using Throttlestop on my M11x-R2 with it's I7 and OC'ing the GPU so that I'm getting the same performance as a stock "R3" - I get that.

But I don't get the hands down "winner/loser" mentality that happens with videocard GPU OC'ing where people decide what's better based on which card has the longest colored bar graph - when the difference is almost always less than %10 - because they can't think for themselves.

Seriously, when someone can show me a GPU clock that gets you a good 10-20fps bump on games like Metro 2033 from stock clocks and/or allows you to run performance hitting effects like D.O.F and stay 60/120FPS+ - Then I'll be impressed with the clock/card.

Or, I am impressed with people like RagingCain and any others that are able to get their 590's up to 580 core clocks and beyond.

But, I don't get the mentality from someone who is more into rigs to overclock rather than game and give a 7.0 score vs. 9.4 over a few FPS? Especially when the reviewer fried the first card over his ineptitude?

That's like school on Sunday - No class...
Edited by Shinobi Jedi - 8/30/11 at 8:56pm
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Honestly, I don't want to be an overclocking hater, but I am getting a little fed up with how much debate and distractions are caused by overclocks that only show a few frames difference in real world performance.

...

Seriously, when someone can show me a GPU clock that gets you a good 10-20fps bump on games like Metro 2033 from stock clocks and/or allows you to run performance hitting effects like D.O.F and stay 60/120FPS+ - Then I'll be impressed with the clock/card.

Or, I am impressed with people like RagingCain and any others that are able to get their 590's up to 580 core clocks.
I feel these statements are a tad contradictory.

Going from 630 core to 795 gained me ~11fps in Witcher 2, BFBC2, Crysis 2, Deus Ex, Bioshock 2, and Crysis WARHEAD. Real gains went from 8-13, but the average is probably about 11. Gains with MW2 were much more impressive, but since it runs at more than 250fps they were far, far, far beyond useless.

In benches I only saw a 7-8fps gain to be honest.

I don't see this being a real counterpoint to your argument since the only game on that list to run below 60fps was Witcher 2 with ubersampling. I don't know about everyone else but I get so immersed in games that ubersampling doesn't change the experience at all for me besides dropping me to the high 40's and low 50's for framerates so it doesn't really matter that I saw gains.

Also, gains seem to come more easily with higher CPU overclocks. At 4.4GHz my difference OC to stock was <10fps but at 4.6 and up (currently running 4.9) the differences between stock and OC'ed become larger.

tl;dr 10fps gains ARE there on the 590. You just have to work hard for them, have a highly-strung CPU, and they won't make any difference unless you have a true 120Hz display

If you want screenshot proof, fugeddaboutit. I am FAR too lazy and busy with school to detune everything, play a level I've beaten, take screens, retune everything, then repeat. I did that in my argument with Gigabyte and all it did was drain me of many hours of life and got me nowhere in regards to fixing problems.
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I noticed a substantial difference in peak FPS in benches. However I also noticed going from 612core to 720mhz core, I had higher highs, but the EXACT SAME lows. There is 1 particular part in 3dmark vantage where no matter WHAT my OC is, it ALWAYS falls to 65-67fps, it doesnt matter if im stock clocks with stock memory or 1900mhz memory and 750 core. That to me is irritating.

My idea of OC is getting the lows tweaked out. I want to take a card, play a game thats unplayable, OC it, and be 100% playable after the OC. Don't get me wrong I havent played a game thats even close to unplayable yet on the 590. But thanks to nvidia and this idiot PDL crap, right when you NEED the power to push through a tuff scene, is right when the card wants to say OMG, BACK OUT, BACK OUT.
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I feel these statements are a tad contradictory.

Going from 630 core to 795 gained me ~11fps in Witcher 2, BFBC2, Crysis 2, Deus Ex, Bioshock 2, and Crysis WARHEAD. Real gains went from 8-13, but the average is probably about 11. Gains with MW2 were much more impressive, but since it runs at more than 250fps they were far, far, far beyond useless.

In benches I only saw a 7-8fps gain to be honest.

I don't see this being a real counterpoint to your argument since the only game on that list to run below 60fps was Witcher 2 with ubersampling. I don't know about everyone else but I get so immersed in games that ubersampling doesn't change the experience at all for me besides dropping me to the high 40's and low 50's for framerates so it doesn't really matter that I saw gains.

Also, gains seem to come more easily with higher CPU overclocks. At 4.4GHz my difference OC to stock was <10fps but at 4.6 and up (currently running 4.9) the differences between stock and OC'ed become larger.

tl;dr 10fps gains ARE there on the 590. You just have to work hard for them, have a highly-strung CPU, and they won't make any difference unless you have a true 120Hz display

If you want screenshot proof, fugeddaboutit. I am FAR too lazy and busy with school to detune everything, play a level I've beaten, take screens, retune everything, then repeat. I did that in my argument with Gigabyte and all it did was drain me of many hours of life and got me nowhere in regards to fixing problems.
I'm not communicating what I'm trying to say very well. Because I see what you mean about those statements being contradictory, and yet I'm trying to say essentially the same thing you are in your response.

See, those results are impressive, that's what I'm talking about being down with. Where I see that I am not clarifying really well, is I was comparing the 590 and the 6990/Mars in my head and not the 590 against itself.

Meaning, in the benchmark reviews, even with the overclock, the 6990 was almost always less then a 10fps difference between the cards where the 6990 does come out ahead, even when it's overclocked.

Whereas the 590, brought me a 10fps+ in the Metro 2033 bench just going from the 270-275 series of drivers. But because a 6990 edges out the 590 by such a small difference in FPS, even though your eye most likely won't see the difference (unless it's at the border of being choppy FPS) - It's the "big winner"

But the reviewers that are Overclockers first and gamers second, don't really factor that it's leaf blower loud and there's been a history of bad driver support at AMD, though that seems to be changing. Of course this still applies if the results were flip-flopped. If someone wanted to game with 6 monitors and headphones, then they shouldn't care if the 590 is now out performing the 6990 in many benches.

And now we have the Mars, and the hypocrisy in scores between 7.0 and 9.4 because one overclocks better by %10, is exactly what I mean. There's too much emphasis on overclocking performance and not on the other attributes.

If I was reviewing the Mars card as a gamer, then the Mars score would also have to be graded on real world, gamer applicable qualities. The two biggest one being size and price.

First, this being a 3 slot card, is there even a mobo available that has the room to run two of these in SLI if some Richie-Rich wanted to? If not, then the fact that you're going to be stuck with this one card in your machine should be a factor in the final review score.

The second is price. Being that the suggested MRP is equal to getting two 590's for Quad SLI, should completely be a factor in the card's grading.

But no, because the card comes with true 580 level stock clocks, it gets a 9.4 - Because too much importance is placed on overclockability, rather than all the criteria that someone who is into PC Gaming, only for the games, can make an informed decision on.

That's what I'm trying to say. The fact that people like you are getting such awesome performance increases and this isn't making news in Hardware enthusiast sites, is hypocritical.

I have a feeling that reviewers like W1zzard are too worried that if they go back and take a second look at the 590 and admit they got a little too eager the first time, that they'll lose some kind of credibility, when truthfully, they would actually gain credibility by displaying true objectivity.

So, what I meant to say was, there's was mostly only a less than 10fps difference between the 6990 and 590 with overclocks applied (I'm going off memory, so I may very well be wrong) - And what I was trying to say was, show me an overclock that gives 20-30fps bump of one card over the other 2 out of the top 3 on the market and then you can color me impressed. (You made me see that 10fps is too generous and easy to obtain)

So, If I haven't confused things any further, while I think you're misunderstanding what I was trying to say because I didn't communicate it well - I do concede that when looking at it from your perspective it does seem contradictory. But I forgot to clarify that I meant the 590 vs. 6990/Mars and not against itself - in regards to which one makes the best purchase for the high end gamer.

While I'm pulling internet faux pa's and actually admitting online when I'm wrong, let me really dig into some crow by saying in regards to Deus EX:HR -

Rush and Masked were totally right and I was wrong about the "Micro-Tearing".
My buddy is getting the same thing on his new HP laptop that uses AMD's crossfire (In the same way Nvidia applies Optimus in their notebooks) to switch between his notebook's 6750m and the intergrated GPU.

Only enabling Vsync gets rid of this.

Also now that I'm deep into the game, my GPU usage and FPS are now all over the place too. Anywhere from 50fps for a milli-second, then all the way back up 120fps before u know it.

So, I'm pretty confident this is the game's optimization/coding rather than any of us having issues with our 590's and rigs.

If I was getting these FPS in a competitive MP game, I'd be pissed. But since I'm playing a SP game for the story and everything is fluid for the most part, I don't mind.

I still fracking love these cards. I love them so much, my wife is starting to get jealous.

Although, I'm sure it's probably not the case, I'm justifying to myself to buy a couple of SSD's to see if that helps with any of the Microstutter. One for my OS and one to run games off of. Of course, I know it probably won't help much, but I just really want one.

Anyone know if there's a certain brand or model that's really good for games? Similar to how WD Velociraptor HD is designed with games in mind?

Sorry for the long post. I wasn't planning on writing a book.

Good Times...
Edited by Shinobi Jedi - 8/30/11 at 10:28pm
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I noticed a substantial difference in peak FPS in benches. However I also noticed going from 612core to 720mhz core, I had higher highs, but the EXACT SAME lows. There is 1 particular part in 3dmark vantage where no matter WHAT my OC is, it ALWAYS falls to 65-67fps, it doesnt matter if im stock clocks with stock memory or 1900mhz memory and 750 core. That to me is irritating.

My idea of OC is getting the lows tweaked out. I want to take a card, play a game thats unplayable, OC it, and be 100% playable after the OC. Don't get me wrong I havent played a game thats even close to unplayable yet on the 590. But thanks to nvidia and this idiot PDL crap, right when you NEED the power to push through a tuff scene, is right when the card wants to say OMG, BACK OUT, BACK OUT.
Really good point.
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Ah I see what you meant and I completely agree. Even though I have obtained those results I still game at stock clocks and voltages; the extra heat and power bill (see ~600W of draw overclocked) just aren't worth it for a gain I will not see.

About 590/Mars2/6990 I agree 100%. Sites are too focused on the micro details that only matter when it comes to benchmarking. When I was heavily into benching a few weeks back I would get frustrated and dissatisfied over the tiniest things. I soon realized why I wasn't loving my computer like i should and promptly stopped. The less benching and more gaming I do, the more pleased with my machine I am.

That just reinforces that if you're really into benchmarking then the 590 and 6990 really aren't for you anyway. They're both way too quirky and have too many driver issues to even come close to two 580's @ stock, though they're priced appropriately.

When it comes down to it the 590 and 6990 are gamer's cards built for gamers. That's it.

I don't view the MARS as a gamer's card. I see it as a toy for a rich playboy who needs to show off his e-peen. If you pay the same price as 2x HydroCopper 590s for a single card with maybe ~12% gain over a single 590 and has a seriously crippled warranty (compared to EVGA) and no aftermarket support/H2O cooling, then you need to re-evaluate your life decisions.

To equate it to cars, that's like paying $120,000 USD for a BMW 335i with a software chip.

ETA: the 335is is like ~60K IIRC and stands-in for the 590HC in this example.


I 100% agree with Tept as well. When I push higher clocks I even see my lows drop. It's especially apparent when overclocking memory for me. That's another reason I don't game often while OCed. The effect became really noticeable in Heaven 2.5 where my lows dropped from high 20's to low 20's. It's like every frame that got put on top of my max was taken from my min.
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Hey guys, If I have my HDTV attached via HDMI cable to a HDMI/DVI-D adapter, and the adapter into my 590.

Should I hear sound on my TV?
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Hey guys, If I have my HDTV attached via HDMI cable to a HDMI/DVI-D adapter, and the adapter into my 590.

Should I hear sound on my TV?
It will work, yeah - I did the same before my monitors arrived with a spare Samsung TV I had laying around. Although I'm aware that there are different types of DVI adapters so they could play a role in it.

Try it out!
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It will work, yeah - I did the same before my monitors arrived with a spare Samsung TV I had laying around. Although I'm aware that there are different types of DVI adapters so they could play a role in it.

Try it out!
Well Ive been using it for a few days and its not so far, But I only really thought about it just now, ill have to fiddle with sound options when I get home, thanks SMO!!

P.S Niki Minaj is a babe
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Well Ive been using it for a few days and its not so far, But I only really thought about it just now, ill have to fiddle with sound options when I get home, thanks SMO!!

P.S Niki Minaj is a babe
I can confirmed that it will work. Just switched my sound to my monitor. Dear lord it was bad. So so so bad. I almost cried.
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