|EVGA GeForce GTX 590 Classified Graphics Cards Quad-SLI|
|Thursday, 14 April 2011|
EVGA GeForce GTX 590 Classified Graphics Cards Quad-SLI Review
Video cards today are relatively similar to modern cars, able to be cranked far beyond what we expected. Mainstream PC video gaming today means you get to crank up most of the eye candy and play at 1080p at a much lower cost. Most games these days are console ports which have 5-year old hardware in them. Unlike the non-car enthusiasts however, when it comes to PC gaming, the cynical question sounds valid: Why do you need a more powerful video card? Engineers don't really bother with the why but are more concerned about the hows, as in how many more frame rates can we churn out on this hardware. When it gets to that level of engineering, it becomes a lot about the best gaming experience the hardware can provide, just like the best high end cars provide the best driving experience. If the GTX 590 is the fastest NVIDIA video card available in the market, how much better will your gaming experience be when you are running a pair of them?
The EVGA GTX 590 Classified video card consists of two GF110 GPUs on a single PCB. The EVGA GTX 590 Classified has 3,072MB of GDDR5 memory on a 768-bit memory interface equipped with 1,024 CUDA cores. Clocked higher than the stock GTX 590, the EVGA GeForce GTX 590 Classified edition carries a core clock of 630 MHz and a memory clock of 3456 MHz. A pair of EVGA GTX 590 Classified in SLI provides astonishing performance, unlike anything NVIDIA has ever produced. Ever wanted to play games smoothly in 2560x1600 with all the eye-candy turned up to the max, including an anti-aliasing mode that can be set to 64x? A single EVGA GTX 590 Classified can do that. Two GTX 590 in Quad-SLI means you'll be ready for anything... Hi Tech Legion