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Haha, QFT! They should look into vapor chamber cooling..
They have vapor chambers. I'm talking about the acoustics of the fan itself. The temps of the cores don't bother me as much as the fan noise. With my 570 I was able to run it at 65% with relatively low noise. From what I hear the 6990 is way too loud at those kind of speeds.
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You know, since it looks like my old 295 Co-op, which didn't have voltage control either, I think I can live with this voltage cap doohickie.
     
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Haha, QFT! They should look into vapor chamber cooling..

The 6900 series use vapour chambers, Read the reviews
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The 6900 series use vapour chambers, Read the reviews
Well clearly they're not doing it right if the supposedly more power hungry 5xx series has quieter fans and about the same temps
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So.. Wait.

You're suggesting the 590 should have been sold for 400 USD, meanwhile the 580 costs ~500 USD?
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oh lawd, where do you find even near the performance for 400?
Hold up hold up, wait. I don't know how much the card should really cost, i was just saying that because the person above me or in another post said the 590 doesn't or shouldn't cost 700 bucks for the performance or something he said. So i was just suggesting a price.

To be honest, i don't care how much the card should cost, because i don't use high end cards when i can buy a mid range card and game just fine. I damn sure isn't about to pay over 200 bucks for a video card, i think its silly to even charge people that much money for a video card.
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post #46 of 46
I always bought Nvidia from day 1. I think my first card was a ti200. Loved that stupid card, played Battlefield 1942 like a boss. I bought a EVGA Nvidia card every single series up to a GTX 260. Paid 400$ for the 260, and used it till it bled out in my case. Now I decided to switch to AMD to see what all the 6000 series fuss is about. I love the price, I love the performance, I love the card! I don't think I will ever need to own a dual-GPU card, but its nice to hear AMD taking some awards for fastest card out ATM. Cheers AMD! Sorry I jumped ship Nvidia.
Edited by LearnIIBurn - 4/6/11 at 6:56pm
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