Zotac GTX590 SLI 5760x1080 Nvidia Surround Review
Published: 9th June 2011 | Source: Zotac | Price: |
If you're a regular reader, and if not why not, you'll have been awaiting today's review.
After dipping our metaphorical toe in the triple-screen water with the HIS HD6990, today we're back with a nVidia offering in the form of the Zotac GTX590.
Of course we could just review a single card, but as Zotac kindly offered to lend us two so we could run in SLI we'll be testing in both forms today.
Popping along to the Zotac website we find the specifications for the GTX590. Unlike the AMD solution the nVidia multi-screen setup is based off of 3x DVI connections rather than mini display ports.
Otherwise it's a standard reference design card.
|Cooler Type||Fan (Dual Slot)|
|Core Clock||607 MHz|
|Core Processors||1024 (2 x 512) Stream Processors|
|Dimensions||4.376in x 11in - 111.15mm x 279.4mm|
|Dual-Link DVI Supported||Yes|
|GPU||GeForce GTX 590|
|HDMI||1 x Mini-HDMI 1.4|
|Interface||PCI Express 2.0 x 16 (Compatible with 1.1)|
|Max Resolution||2560 x 1600|
|Memory Clock||3414 MHz|
|Memory Size||3072MB (2 x 1536MB)|
|Memory Interface||768-bit (2 x 384-bit)|
|Recommended Power Supply Wattage||700-Watt|
|Package Contents||1 x DVI-to-HDMI cable|
1 x DVI-to-VGA adapter
2 x Dual 6-pin PCIe to 8-pin PCIe power adapter
1 x Assassin's Creed®: Brotherhood game bundle
1 x Driver Disk
1 x ZOTAC Boost software bundle
1 x User manual
|Warranty||2-Year Standard Warranty; Limited Lifetime Extended Warranty|
Time to have a look at the card and bundle.