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Everyone just be ragin my 590 actually does what the original 590 should have done. *Goes off and pouts*


/troll
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Everyone just be ragin my 590 actually does what the original 590 should have done. *Goes off and pouts*


/troll
my gtx 590 is better than your mars!
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<3

I still haven't even turned the damn thing on yet...
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I'm certainly a little jealous of that MARS II. If it has a pair of 580's on the same card I see no problem, other than other people's jealousy, why you can't be in this club!
BTW:

I hope this is enough proof for me to be accepted into this illustrious club!
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Im not questioning your sitatuation but I'd like to clear up if you think it's a X58 boards or yours specifically? Only because if it was we'd have heard this by many more X58 owners previous to yours and this is the first I'm hearing.

Are they sending you a new mother board replacement with another X58? If they do and your going Sandy Bridge will you be selling it?
Going to clarify what happened b/c I've gotten a few inquires about this.

Basically, my X58 I've had for...Since release day...Serial #30...It's the E770, so the moffset PCI power adapter is at the bottom.

On THIS motherboard it was always a requirement to have the molex in there because there were some power issues w/the top slot getting enough juice...So, IMHO there's a bad solder in there somewhere...It happens, no big deal.

I had 3x 480 samples some time ago...Every year I allow our interns to take home their work PC, it's their bonus...So, my work PC at the time (About 2 weeks before the 580's were released) had 3x 480's in TRI-SLI on a 980x...

Within a week from it being home, all 3 cards fried out at the same time...When I called EVGA they covered all 3 but, I was...miffed...so, I ended up swapping to a 580...Then I eventually added another...

I had talked to EVGA @ the board and they had said it wasn't possible, they had my back...Jacob said to keep going and if it was an issue and actually the board we'd deal w/it.

Well, both of those 580's mysteriously burnt out before I bought my original 590...Which, my personal 590 was #12...And I received it the morning of release.

When that Tropical Storm hit, the 590 surged out...There's absolutely no argument that was a pure 100% surge, nothing I can/could do to prevent it...So, that was an instant RMA...No questions asked...//EVERYTHING// else survived EXCEPT for that card.

I've had this new card for @3 weeks...Turned on my PC on Wednesday and it sparked out at the coupling...

At this point, it's my belief that the moffset is simply applying too much power to the rails and when there's a dual demand from the rails and the slot itself, it just fries out...

It would explain every issue I've had.

To be 100% honest, I don't need a 980x at home...I also have a sample 950...So, what I think I'm going to do is RMA the board, ARMA it for an advanced, sell the new board/cpu/ram...Take the 980x back to the office and call it a day.

I'm "in line" for a 2700k and truth be told, I was waiting for it to do this because I had my suspicions but, this whole situation just forced my hand a little sooner.

TLDR: Motherboard is frying my crap so it's getting replaced.

1 thing I would like to note is EVGA's customer service...I really need to give them props...

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Which monitor did you get?

I'm definitely getting that new Asus 27" 120hz with lightboost and HDMI 1.4a

Especially after seeing a 3D demo of Uncharted 3 on a RealD movie theater projection system. It was really impressive.
I chose this monitor...http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824236104

I chose it for a couple of reasons...1 being that I have a surround stand w/max 24" but, also because MOST users off of the egg have basically stated how close to truecolor the monitor actually is...2ms response time...120hz...and it was offered at a special price (basically half off) so, I snagged one.

I'm likely going to be paying this card off till I turn to dust but, at least, like I said, I won't be frying my cards anymore.
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Everyone just be ragin my 590 actually does what the original 590 should have done. *Goes off and pouts*


/troll
You're in my 590 bro club.

*brofist*
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its not jealousy =)
really. 590 is 10DE-1088, mars is 10DE-108B. 580 is 10DE-1080
mars isnt 590 or i could flash its bios w/o changing device ID and for sure no danger that mars bios will fry my card(s). as well mars is not 2x580 for device id reason
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its not jealousy =)
really. 590 is 10DE-1088, mars is 10DE-108B. 580 is 10DE-1080
mars isnt 590 or i could flash its bios w/o changing device ID and for sure no danger that mars bios will fry my card(s). as well mars is not 2x580 for device id reason
Since this has never actually been described...

Asus decided that the 590's could be more and had already laid out the PCB's for something "else"...So essentially, towards the very end of the 590 production (2x cherry picked 580 cores) they requested if they could get some extra cores.

Their request was granted and they dropped the cores on a beefed up PCB.

The only difference between the mars II and the 590 is the PCB...Same cores, same production run...Etc.

The bios is not the same because the power flow/etc is different due to the PCB being different.

While ours is basically 2x crippled 580's or basically overclocked 570's in SLI...The mars II is actually @90%...

Now, I don't think the 20% performance difference justifies the 700$ price difference...Nor, would I EVER and I mean EVER want to be dependant on Asus for custom drivers...But, in terms of the cards being alike, they're the same cores.

I have no problem with him being in here as he basically faces the same exact issues we do...Nvidia coins the cards as being the same so...
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I'm planning to re-apply some TIM on my GTX 590.

Does anyone have a link to a tutorial which I can follow so I can have this done successfully and safely?

For reference, I will only be applying TIM, not adding a cooler or waterblock.
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