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« on: January 30, 2011, 02:59:29 AM »

GeForce GTX 590 in February with dual GF110
http://www.nordichardware.com/news/71-graphics/42216-geforce-gtx-590-in-february-with-dual-gf110.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+nhdotcom+([url=http://www.nordichardware.com]www.nordichardware.com+News+%26+Articles[/url])
Graphics | 2011/01/27 10:47 | Anton Karmehed

and who will build it?...

evga for sure.
...07Jan11...

" The ITC will set a date for completing the investigation within 45 days of its institution and the decision is set to be ratified, or not, within 60 days of a decision being handed down."  

Litigation updates http://investor.rambus.com/litigation.cfm  

This round of Litigation, Rambus vs nVidia et all, will be short and sweet. It will not be long before we will see the results of Rambus litigation play-out...  Talk is very stiff fines.

                                                                       two 8-pin power connectors:
                                                                                     evga's to be released, unlicenced dual GPU Graphics Card.
                                                                                        http://www.fudzilla.com/forum/index.php?topic=936.0
                                                                                               can I say Fake yet?


...24Mar11...

Wednesday, 23 March 2011 17:58

Written by Slobodan Simic:  http://www.fudzilla.com/graphics/item/22209-nvidia-drops-gtx-590-pricing


...24Mar11...

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03/24/2011 08:09 AM
    
    Note on GeForce GTX 590 Overcurrent Protection and Overclocking

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Note on GeForce GTX 590 Overcurrent Protection and Overclocking

In the web release driver of GeForce GTX 590, we have added some important enhancements to our overcurrent protection for overclocking. We recommend anyone doing overclocking or running stress apps to always use the latest web driver to get the fullest protection for your hardware. Please note that overcurrent protection does not eliminate the risks of overclocking, and hardware damage is possible, particularly when overvoltaging. We recommend anyone using the GTX 590 board with the reference aircooler stick with the default voltage while overclocking, and avoid working around overcurrent protection mechanisms for stress applications. This will help maintain GTX 590's great combination of acoustics, performance, and reliability. NVIDIA has worked with several watercooling companies to develop waterblocks for GTX 590, and these solutions will help provide additional margin for overclocking, but even in this case we recommend enthusiasts stay within 12.5-25mV of the default voltage in order to minimize risk.

These are guidelines only - any overclocking/overvoltaging can void your manufacturer's product warranty.

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 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRo-1VFMcbc&feature=player_embedded 

Answer         erm. ummm no benchmarks... ? no thanks... Smiley
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