ASUS nVidia GTX590 Review


ASUS GTX590 Review


Even though we know the HD6 series of cards is designed to do well in Unigine, it's still a shock to see the GTX590 lose out so heavily in maximum frame-rate. It just about keeps up at average rates. Is it as good with the image quality ramped up?



Surprisingly with the Image Quality ramped up to 8xAA the GTX590 drops even further behind the HD6990. Normally anti-aliasing is a strength of nVidia and it just shows how good the HD6990 is. The GTX590 fits nicely between the GTX580 single and GTX580 SLI.

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Most Recent Comments

24-03-2011, 09:00:42

sweet mother of jesus!Quote

24-03-2011, 09:05:30

that thing is BEAST!!!!Quote

24-03-2011, 09:05:49

Wow they really turned down the GPUs in this thing.Quote

24-03-2011, 09:06:54

Just imagine that thing with a waterblock...Quote

24-03-2011, 09:09:52

Ill post the [email protected] stats here in a bit but basically 6800 WU's were 13k on each core. All the details are in the video though. (had to go careful with uploading too early on this one but the vid will be up asap)Quote

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