NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 590 vs AMD Radeon HD 6990

AnandTech takes an in-depth look at NVIDIA's latest and greatest high end graphic card, the GeForce GTX 590. The card is comprised of dual GTX 580 GPUs although running at slower clock speeds than the single GPU card. The GTX 590 is aimed as a direct competitor to AMD's recently launched dual GPU Radeon HD 6990. Both cards command a $700 price tag. TDP is in the range of 365W thus requiring high end power supplies and adequate breathing room. Performance falls in line with what's expected from this type of card: slower than a pair of SLI GTX 580 but significantly faster than any current single GPU offering.

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