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How are the drivers for this? I can get a Hydro Copper version for $700 which seems amazing but I dunno.

You mean the nvidia drivers? well they are fine for me. Its just we are waiting for Nvidia to release a WHQL drivers for 4 months in general but no luck so far. Sinc ethis is a SLI card there might be issues on newer games but eventually they are sorted out. With my 590 I dont ever run into a trouble that can not be fixed. They say Alan Wake has issues with Nvidia in general and there is no SLI profile. but I am guessing that this will be sorted out in the next patch.

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Originally Posted by mironccr345 View Post

Hey guys, I was looking into upgrading my 460's 2GB for one GTX 590. Will one GTX 590 be worth the upgrade? I run Nvidia Surround and I think one 590 will do the job. I figured it wouldn't hurt to ask before I made a purchase. Thanks for the help in advance!

590 Is a great card for Nvidia Surround. Or perhaps a 580 or 570 SLI. It will have 1.5 GB vram though for each core. Any how. A 590 will beat 460 SLI easily so go for it, or if you really want wait for Kepler. However if you are a person like me and just want the gpu now go for the 590 sure. I love it personally. Though I am not running surround. I wish i did. I just dont have the space for it frown.gif
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Originally Posted by Crackheadkid View Post

Hello Gents; I am done.
Front View
450
Cable Management Side
450
The Belly of The Beast
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Closeup of Water Cooling
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GPU Temps
314
Bunny
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BTW, does this count as my proof?

Your water cooling cables look like a Amazonian green poisonous snake crawled up in your case waiting for its prey.

Other than that good setup. What is your temp in load? like playing BF3?
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Originally Posted by iARDAs View Post

Your water cooling cables look like a Amazonian green poisonous snake crawled up in your case waiting for its prey.
Other than that good setup. What is your temp in load? like playing BF3?

Dont mock my green tubing, it looks fantastic.

At 100% load using 3dmark11 for 25min temps leveled off at GPU1 59C GPU 2 69C degrees according to evga precision. I might have the patience to redo the thermal paste, but not for a while.

Overall, I am happy. Beats the 85C I was getting a half power previous to liquid cooling.
post #3704 of 5154
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Originally Posted by Crackheadkid View Post

Dont mock my green tubing, it looks fantastic.
At 100% load using 3dmark11 for 25min temps leveled off at GPU1 59C GPU 2 69C degrees according to evga precision. I might have the patience to redo the thermal paste, but not for a while.
Overall, I am happy. Beats the 85C I was getting a half power previous to liquid cooling.

I have a 480+ a 360 sandwiched together -- Never goes above 35c -- Verrrrry happy.

Re-Doing my double wide soon enough -- Will have pics biggrin.gif

Expecting even lower temps -- 30c at load is my prediction.

ALSO

I regret selling my other personal 590 -- If someone knows someone with a 590 EVGA HC that's willing to part with it -- Please contact me. -- Thanks.

I have a 580 1.5gb HC that I'm willing to let go + some serious cash wink.gif
post #3705 of 5154
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Originally Posted by Crackheadkid View Post

Dont mock my green tubing, it looks fantastic.
At 100% load using 3dmark11 for 25min temps leveled off at GPU1 59C GPU 2 69C degrees according to evga precision. I might have the patience to redo the thermal paste, but not for a while.
Overall, I am happy. Beats the 85C I was getting a half power previous to liquid cooling.

Nice temps

Stock speeds give me 85 degrees under full load and the fan spins at 75%

I dont need to overclock so i am happy biggrin.gif
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Well, Rushmore, maybe you are right, but as one fellow overclocker once said, if you use only one 360 rad you will not want to touch the hose "with a 10 feet tad pole"

I think that it will run too hot
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Crackheadkid congratulations on your Rig!!!

I think it was a pain in the a*s to put it all together since it seems REAAAAAALLY tight in there.

badass nonetheless
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I know of a guy who is selling his GTX 590 without a watercooling block, it is the EVGA GTX 590 and it is in perfect condition (i have seen it working)

Would you be interested in his card?

Please let me know
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post #3709 of 5154
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Originally Posted by iARDAs View Post

You mean the nvidia drivers? well they are fine for me. Its just we are waiting for Nvidia to release a WHQL drivers for 4 months in general but no luck so far. Sinc ethis is a SLI card there might be issues on newer games but eventually they are sorted out. With my 590 I dont ever run into a trouble that can not be fixed. They say Alan Wake has issues with Nvidia in general and there is no SLI profile. but I am guessing that this will be sorted out in the next patch.

Thanks, I'll probably get it then.
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Originally Posted by Dennybrig View Post

Well, Rushmore, maybe you are right, but as one fellow overclocker once said, if you use only one 360 rad you will not want to touch the hose "with a 10 feet tad pole"
I think that it will run too hot

That was the reason I kept loads down on my system while it only had the one rad in the loop after adding the second 590.

While the single 3x120 radiator would still keep the CPU and GPUs below air cooled temperatures when I tested quickly with some benchmark tools the coolant temperature went way higher than my comfort levels would allow smile.gif
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