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GeForce GTX 590 Release Date Pushed Back to March 24th


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We all have been waiting for the release of Nvidia’s flagship Fermi Model, the GTX 590. We have witnessed multiple delays at this point, and now we will witness one more. The GTX 590 will be released on March 24th now, so those of you who wanted to get your hands on this card will have to wait a little longer.

As we know, only Asus and EVGA will be the makers of this card in the USA. In other countries, this may not be the case.

GTX590 Release Date

Nvidia has employed a dual vapor chamber cooling solution with a single fan in the middle. In an uncommon move by Nvidia, the top of the card is removable, so that everything can be cleaned easily. Both GPUs will be on a single 12 layer 2oz PCB Board and will be downclocked. This will effectively lower power requirements, as well as heat produced by the unit. This unit will have the usual high end features – three DVI Outputs, 3D Vision Support, etc. Just like AMD’s 6990, you will need at least a 750w power supply to run this card. I would recommend that you have a power supply that is at least 80+ Plus Bronze.

Expect to see Nvidia face similar driver issues for a little while they work to get the kinks out. Just like AMD, both companies are surely rushing their product out.

Let’s hope NVidia is able to overcome the woes that is evident in AMD’s 6990. If Nvidia does, you will be sure to find a GTX 590 Review from us over here at Geek Montage.

And yes, the price is still unknown. A good rule of thumb is to take AMD’s price and add a little bit more to it.

Interestingly enough, Nvidia has just come out with a teaser video for a mystery announcement. You will be able to find what is in the “hidden box” within the next few days. I know I am wondering! Could it be the GTX590 or the GTX 600 series? I think so.

The official price of this card will be $699. This will allow it to be competitive with the 6990.

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  1. Comments  Gumby   |  Monday, 21 March 2011 at 2:20 PM

    Seems like someone is confused.

    “Expect to see driver issues for a little while just like ATI/AMD has had with the 5990”

    “Let’s hope NVidia is able to overcome the woes present in the 5990”

  2. Comments  Naota   |  Monday, 21 March 2011 at 2:51 PM

    I am referring to Nvidia trying to overcome the problems that the Radeon 6990 (an AMD Product) has. Because of the sheer power requirements and the high temperatures, the 6990 has a very loud fan. This is because AMD put two cards together. Because Nvidia is doing the same thing, they will have to overcome the same problem. AMD also had issues in their earlier drivers that hampered performance for their 6990. As a result they release beta drivers to alleviate the issues. If Nvidia is rushing to get their product out of the door (which I believe they are to a slightly lesser degree), then there will be some temporary driver issues as well.

    I did go ahead and change the writing a little bit so their are less pronouns and indirect references. 🙂

  3. Comments  surface   |  Monday, 21 March 2011 at 6:48 PM

    @ Naota

    Gumby is referring to the fact that you keep saying 5990 when you really mean 6990.

  4. Comments  Naota   |  Monday, 21 March 2011 at 7:15 PM

    Oh! Thank you! 🙂 How embarassing

  5. Comments  mgabriel   |  Tuesday, 22 March 2011 at 5:15 PM

    this beast should be something, but I’ll personally buy it only close to 2012 after Asus fixes all the drawbacks with cooling and noise

  6. Comments  GTX 590 Reviewed, Benchmarks, Temperatures, Noise | Geek Montage   |  Thursday, 24 March 2011 at 4:17 PM

    […] } }); });At last Nvidia has release the GTX 590. As I said in my previous article about the release information for the GTX 590, I hoped that Nvidia could conquer the issues that AMD had with the noise level. And guess what? […]

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