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post #91 of 140
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Originally Posted by BigCactus View Post
Of course it runs hot dude, it's two GTX580 GPUs on one little PCB.

This is kind of lame, I mean seriously, from the reviews I've seen it actually runs a lot cooler and quieter than the 6990. I think the 6990 might be more overclockable, but it also sounds like a Jet plane taking off at load from what I hear! Both of course have insane performance so you can't really complain.

I am very impressed with the msi twin frozer GTX 460 768. It runs like 54c at load in crysis 2. If you want a quiet cool system, you should of went with the gtx 460.
i'd rather get a louder card than a quiet card that you can't overclock, performs less and some blows up even at stock. no offense to gtx 590 owners they are still great cards. but if I'd choose between the two dual gpu's I'd definitely get the 6990.
post #92 of 140
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Originally Posted by jcde7ago View Post
Yes, as in there are a variety of SINGLE cards that can outperform a dual-GPU, single card 590. And I asked for proof, and you still have none. Otherwise, you wouldn't have said it in the way you did, to make such a bold remark that a single card that costs 50% less could best a 590.

I know you used that in that particular context because you would have otherwise mentioned specific cards. And if you meant cards in SLI, you would have said that initially. You're pretty much just backing yourself into a corner and grasping at straws here.
I think I'll just drop this because I'm talking to someone who thinks someone else would say a single card from the same family would beat a dual chip card.

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I think I'll just drop this because I'm talking to someone who thinks someone else would say a single card from the same family would beat a dual chip card.

Have a nice day.
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Originally Posted by BallaTheFeared View Post
Good was directed towards it costing $700 and performing worse than cards costing half as much.
So, by "cards costing half as much" you meant a combination of cards equal to $700 when put together, as long as they cost half as much? And that's supposed to make some sort of statement? That obviously wouldn't make sense.

You might as well have said, "it performs worse than 2 cards in SLI that also costs the same amount" (but are on two different PCBs thus making it quite obvious that they will overclock better). But you chose to, again, make the bold claim and include the "costs half as much part" for dramatic effect.

Like I said, you backed yourself into a corner and made yourself look stupid, and now you're just desperate to save face. How amusing.
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Didn't read through the whole thread.. Based off of what the OP wrote he is making no sense. Every GPU should be too hot to touch under load. A properly seated heat sink will get hot because that's what it's supposed to do. If the heat sink wasn't getting hot I would be worried.
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Didn't read through the whole thread.. Based off of what the OP wrote he is making no sense. Every GPU should be too hot to touch under load. A properly seated heat sink will get hot because that's what it's supposed to do. If the heat sink wasn't getting hot I would be worried.
Not necessarily true. My MSI gtx460 twinfrozrII card is not hot to the touch, and it is running at 27c idle/54c load. proficient heats sinks just dissipate heat so quickly that it will not be hot to the touch.
    
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A properly seated heat sink will get hot because that's what it's supposed to do. If the heat sink wasn't getting hot I would be worried.
As the saying goes, "If the cooler is getting hot, it's doing it's job."


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post #97 of 140
I think unless the card is artifacting then the OP is ok. I wouldn't worry about it. I mean look at the ridiculous performance the OP is getting with a 590 in BC2. Ok, not much of a performance difference over the 6990, but the better minimum fps is important to note.



I just don't see much to complain about this card aside from it being a little bit slower than GTX580 SLi which costs about $200-250 more however.
    
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Its a fact that these cards run hot, little bit hotter then the 6990, but for a trade you got a crapload of performance.

But yeh, its cheaper and cooler to buy 2 570s.
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post #99 of 140
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Why is it that my 280 (which would run in the mid 80s) produce nowhere near as much heat as the GTX 590 does?
Maybe cause its faster and has two GPUs on 1 PCB? It is a Dual GPU Card, a 280 is waaaaaaaaay out of the 590's league, plus its only 1 GPU.

Plus, Ranting without any
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well what an interesting read and not ONCE did anyone say "whats the cpu and motherboard temps" lol as its these that are going to be effected by the temps raised in the case!!

Also i have to say people on here have a real anger issue it seems like they just want to ***** at someone (hence i do not come here much i preffer other sites as there is less hate)

Seems like alot of people have a "my penis is bigger than yours" complex here and that is really quite sad as i love to help people with the knowlage i have built up over 10 years of pc building and repairing.

Advice for the chap with the hot card is ,chap its not hot but i understand the problem you are having with were the heat is dispersing to ,, can you post the temps of the cpu and motherboard? i use CPUID that will tell you all you need to know

Also never used your case i have a HAF x case so my 480gtx sli puts heat in the case so i use alot of exhast fans to get rid of the heat as i dont want the cpu to get to hot . They cant handle the heat like a GPU can
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