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Kazukun,

Excellent scores and awesome rig!

Can you run the Xtreme setting for 3DMark 11? I have the air-cooled EVGA GTX-590 Quad-SLI at stock clocks and would like to compare.

The some amplification&Xtreme Measurement

i7-980X@4.84GHz(210.5x23)
1683MHz 8-8-8-20 2T → 1683MHz 7-7-7-18 1T

GTX590SLI@Core750MHz Mem950MHz Shader1500MHz

3DMARK VANTAGE
P65080→P65828
GPU 59608→60325
CPU 89814→90632


3DMARK11
P16476→P16555
Graphics 19302→19368
Physics 12457→12774
Combined 10209→10062


Xtreme Measurement

3DMARK VANTAGE
X39209
GPU 38078
CPU 89972


3DMARK11
X6444
Graphics 6523
Physics 12962
Combined 4029


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QuadSLI doesn't seem to want to work on 267.85 drivers for me. Only enabled when using Surround.

Must be some Surround / SLI glitch when multiple monitors are detected.

Looks like my benching will have to wait till voltage is unlocked again.

Secondly, for those that have the hydro coppers from EVGA, have you noticed any indication of reduced flow, my GPU temps are great, but my CPU temps are 5~10c+ at max load. My flow is acceptable but looks to be about half of what it was with 2x MCP655 pumps running together. I am entirely surprised that the cards would be this restrictive in flow rate.
While I can't give any specifics for flow rate, I can say I leave my res about 1/3 empty. With my watercooled GTX295 I could clearly see the water in the res moving at a much faster rate than with the GTX590 hydocopper. Only other thing I have in the loop is my northbridge, so it doesn't matter at all too me, but it's definitely more restrictive.
    
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While I can't give any specifics for flow rate, I can say I leave my res about 1/3 empty. With my watercooled GTX295 I could clearly see the water in the res moving at a much faster rate than with the GTX590 hydocopper. Only other thing I have in the loop is my northbridge, so it doesn't matter at all too me, but it's definitely more restrictive.
The hydrocoppers on some the evga cards like the the gtx590 are made by swiftech. These blocks are highly restrictive as well compared to other blocks ie koolance and ek. That's why I never buy cards with a wb from a manufacturer.
Edited by Juggalo23451 - 4/17/11 at 2:00am
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The hydrocoppers on some the evga cards like the the gtx590 are made by swiftech. These blocks are highly restrictive as well compared to other blocks ie koolance and ek. That's why I never buy cards with a wb from a manufacturer.
Okay phew, thought I was having an issue with my loop. I assume if one is restrictive, then two is just dastardly. Good thing I upgraded to a dual pump. I was about to rebuild the loop for the 4th time. It sucks about CPU temps being higher, but the GPUs are cooled better than the DangerDens I have. An hour running Unigine only had 38c on all 4 GPUs. I was able to hit 60c on my GPUs with hours of gameplay on the old DDs.

The micro-stutter is realllllllllllllllllllllllllllly bad in Heaven (but so is the GPU usage), so far I am not impressed by the performance of the GTX 590s (coming from SLI GTX 580 mind you).

Anybody who had a GTX 295 can you tell me if the driver stutter got better over time with drivers? I am assuming its just Quad-SLI issues.
Edited by RagingCain - 4/17/11 at 11:47am
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Can I just ask how does the gtx 590 comapre with the gtx 480? Both have directx 11 right?

Cos you can get a gtx 480 for £200 now, with that in mind you can have 2 gtx 480s in SLI for less than price of gtx 590, what would the performance be like?
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I purchased the EVGA 590 GTX last night for $768 from provantage. I also have a VisionteK ati 6990 that I was going to install in my new build. Unfortunately it has has sitting around waiting for my Asus Maximus to come in (hopefully by Wed) . I purchased the 590 because I am worried about the noise that the 6990 is going to produce. I am new to Nvidia coming from 1GB 5870's, 2 x 2GB 5870 6970s and not even opened yet $699.00 - 6990. I have read many reviews and have heard the 590 is a much quieter card. I also like the fact that I can do 3 monitors on this single card. 3d vision is definitely a plus. I have a few questions:

1. Can I still do 3d vision on my 3 x VE278Q Asus Led monitors even without 120hz?
2. What is a recommended Physx dedicated card for the 590 GTX. Will a GTX 285 suffice?
3. Also any benefit to adding IC Diamond 7 Carat compound between the heatsinks and GPUs?
Edited by anand00x - 4/17/11 at 1:58pm
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I purchased the EVGA 590 GTX last night for $768 from provantage. I also have a VisionteK ati 6990 that I was going to install in my new build. Unfortunately it has has sitting around waiting for my Asus Maximus to come in (hopefully by Wed) . I purchased the 590 because I am worried about the noise that the 6990 is going to produce. I am new to Nvidia coming from 1GB 5870's, 2 x 2GB 5870 6970s and not even opened yet $699.00 - 6990. I have read many reviews and have heard the 590 is a much quieter card. I also like the fact that I can do 3 monitors on this single card. 3d vision is definitely a plus. I have a few questions:

1. Can I still do 3d vision on my 3 x VE278Q Asus Led monitors even without 120hz?
2. What is a recommended Physx dedicated card for the 590 GTX. Will a GTX 285 suffice?
3. Also any benefit to adding IC Diamond 7 Carat compound between the heatsinks and GPUs?
No, I don't think it works like that, you need a 120 Hz monitors for 3D Vision from nVidia.

I believe PhysX on these 5xx series cards is handle very well with minimal loss of performance. 285 GTX I believe would be overkill with all but one titles I am familiar with PhysX. I would consider that a poorly implemented game (Mafia II) since it can gett better use of PhysX from a GTX 480.

High end paste usually trumps whatever they normally put, but its up to you, I would wait and put it in the system check out temps before you tear it apart. I change my pastes up every six months or so.


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Can I just ask how does the gtx 590 comapre with the gtx 480? Both have directx 11 right?

Cos you can get a gtx 480 for £200 now, with that in mind you can have 2 gtx 480s in SLI for less than price of gtx 590, what would the performance be like?
2x GTX 480 > 1x GTX 590 performance/benchmark wise.

GTX 590 is cooler, quieter, better at tessellation, CUDA, PhysX naturally, supports 3 monitors off of one card including 3d vision. Less performance, more energy efficient, new drivers (need to mature.)

GTX 480 SLI has more power, little bit noisier / hotter, still decent CUDA/PhysX. Supports 3 / 3D monitors but only in SLI, but have more mature drivers and its cheaper to boot.
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I purchased the EVGA 590 GTX last night for $768 from provantage. I also have a VisionteK ati 6990 that I was going to install in my new build. Unfortunately it has has sitting around waiting for my Asus Maximus to come in (hopefully by Wed) . I purchased the 590 because I am worried about the noise that the 6990 is going to produce. I am new to Nvidia coming from 1GB 5870's, 2 x 2GB 5870 6970s and not even opened yet $699.00 - 6990. I have read many reviews and have heard the 590 is a much quieter card. I also like the fact that I can do 3 monitors on this single card. 3d vision is definitely a plus. I have a few questions:

1. Can I still do 3d vision on my 3 x VE278Q Asus Led monitors even without 120hz?
2. What is a recommended Physx dedicated card for the 590 GTX. Will a GTX 285 suffice?
3. Also any benefit to adding IC Diamond 7 Carat compound between the heatsinks and GPUs?
I can only answer question #1 - A 120Hz monitor is required to run 3D blu-ray moives or 3D gaming.

How do 3D glasses work to produce 3D vision? 3D is enabled by sending different images to each eye and the 3D glasses helps the eyes to separate these two image streams. This is pretty much the same concept as in the real world where your two eyes see two different images and the brain translates this into 3D. A 120hz monitor is required to achieve this.


Here is a link to a thread I'm working on as I've been learning about 3D monitors. Sort of a hardware review I've put together info in one place. I'm by no means an expert but I'm doing my homework as I learn about monitors.
     
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Hi guys, just got my Gigabyte GTX 590 with some fancy toolbox pushed the cores & mems to 675/1350/2000

The card itself


The clocks atm


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