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The stuttering is a pretty nonissue for me. I don't even notice it tbh. Smoothest stutter i've not seen.
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post #2412 of 5154
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580's in SLI have a bigger gap and the 6990's also have issues in MS.

In english, no matter what you buy, it's going to stutter...The benefit of having 2 cores on 1 card is that communication between the cores & system is streamlined thus, less stuttering...

If you can actually find the 590, I'd buy a 590 but, it really doesn't matter what hz your monitor is at because whatever you buy is going to stutter to some extent.
Im using a 5770 playing call of duty 4 MW FPS config at 120Hz at 125 FPS no stutter. Now If I was to use a GTX 590 would I have the stutter problem? I am a "pro" gamer I most run things at low settings in MP and I cant afford to have stutter.
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Im using a 5770 playing call of duty 4 MW FPS config at 120Hz at 125 FPS no stutter. Now If I was to use a GTX 590 would I have the stutter problem? I am a "pro" gamer I most run things at low settings in MP and I cant afford to have stutter.
You have stutter, you just can't see it.

When I toss the AMD 5-series on our big screen, there //is// stutter...Every card stutters, period. It's just a question of if you notice it or not.

Cards in SLI like the 580's or 6970's tend to stutter because like I mentioned, there's "communication lag".

With the dual core cards, there is less stutter but, again, on the big screen, stutter.

Will you see less stutter on the 590's? Yes...In every alpha/beta we've been running there is VERY LITTLE...But, it's still there.

Hell, I had a 6990, for the first time yesterday, basically lag-out in the middle of BF2...First time ever but, it happened.
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I m just curious. I have chance to exchange my Quad 590's for TRI Sli 580 (1.5 VRAM). They would run on water cooling. I assumed having 3 cards run at higher clock speeds would be better? Less stuttering as only three GPU's need to cycle/sync (which I can really notice on the 590's in certain games). Also if a game does have stuttering I can deactivate Sli and run it well on one over clocked 580.

I do love my quad 590's but I m wondering if the TRI Sli setup would be better, check out my sig for the rest of the components.

I'm scratching my head on this one and I'm under a time limit as I need to give an answer in 12 hours.

Also what kind of overclocks can you expect on TRI 580's? I had my 590's at 720 core and 1900 mem.

Should I keep the quad or go for the brute force of the TRI?

Time is ticking
Edited by Manac0r - 9/22/11 at 7:37am
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I m just curious. I have chance to exchange my Quad 590's for TRI Sli 580 (1.5 VRAM). They would run on water cooling. I assumed having 3 cards run at higher clock speeds would be better? Less stuttering as only three GPU's need to cycle/sync (which I can really notice on the 590's in certain games). Also if a game does have stuttering I can deactivate Sli and run it well on one over clocked 580.

I do love my quad 590's but I m wondering if the TRI Sli setup would be better, check out my sig for the rest of the components.

I'm scratching my head on this one and I'm under a time limit as I need to give an answer in 12 hours.

Also what kind of overclocks can you expect on TRI 580's? I had my 590's at 720 core and 1900 mem.

Should I keep the quad or go for the brute force of the TRI?

Time is ticking
No.

2x590's = @3x 580's...

Once the roof on OC'ing opens up (which, we're constantly assured, will be "soon")...Then there really won't be any competition.

The only issue is one of patience and the fact that you'll be murdering your delta.

With 3x580s it will nearly double so, better get ready to add another rad.

I'd stick with the 2x590's they're very limited and my understanding of the current stock on TG & Newegg is that it's unused RMA stock...So, you really don't have anything to worry about in that regard.

However, the 590's have been going consistently for 1k on ebay...I've now seen 4 auctions hit 900$+ per card...So, they're definitely in demand.
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what you mean by saying about OC roof? -_-
very interesting!
btw, thoughts on mars 2 bios flashing: that guy, that flashed 580 bios on 590 - 580 device id (1080 i assume) differs from 590 d id (1088). mars 2 d id also different (lol, no wonder. 108D). so....flashing mars 2 bios will do the same thing - phase noise, unstable even idle and random BSOD. just theory, i'm really afraid to kill my 590 =)
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what you mean by saying about OC roof? -_-
very interesting!
btw, thoughts on mars 2 bios flashing: that guy, that flashed 580 bios on 590 - 580 device id (1080 i assume) differs from 590 d id (1088). mars 2 d id also different (lol, no wonder. 108D). so....flashing mars 2 bios will do the same thing - phase noise, unstable even idle and random BSOD. just theory, i'm really afraid to kill my 590 =)
Honestly, I wonder if any of you //actually// read this thread.

The 590 has an OC limit due to driver limitations...Thus the "OC roof" because, it is a roof until they decide to change it.

There are ways to bypass the voltage issues and overclock the card but, then you're still regulated and controlled by the drivers...So, overclocking the card, unless you're just benching, is a giant waste of time.

We have 2 samples of the Mars2 in the office and IMHO, they're a tremendous waste of money...If they had lowered the price a bit, okay...But, they didn't and thus it's truly just an overpriced paperweight with severe driver issues.

I wouldn't flash anything onto that card or a 590 unless it's the voltage tweak that Cain worked out.
post #2418 of 5154
i've read =)
just wonder if there is any new way to bypass PDL in the nearest future
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Hey so I put back in my 590 today after not using it for a while and it now only detects one GPU. I've tried a few different driver versions and nothing seems to fix it. Anyone got an idea of what may be the problem?
    
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-snip-So, overclocking the card, unless you're just benching, is a giant waste of time.
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QFT. I fully support OCing the 590 to see what clocks you can bench at, but for everyday use? 630 core 1728 memory

I've been considering using the DP instead of DVI just for snits and giggles. Any advantages whatsoever? The monitor only has HDMI and VGA in so I'd use EVGA's little doodad.

The only difference I can think of is sound to the monitor speakers... which is actually a disadvantage since I have halfway decent speakers... Hmmm.
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