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Saturday, 16 April 2011 06:01

GTX 590 Quad SLI tested

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Review:
Top Performance, High Price




Since we’ve had two GTX 590 cards laying around, we decided to indulge in some SLI, or more precisely quad SLI, since we’re talking about dual GPU cards here.

Apart from enjoying some 2560x1600 gaming with details and settings cranked to the max, this is the first time we've had our test rig drawing up to 1100W. Note that we had to swap our 1000W test unit for a 1250W one.

So, let’s move on and see what two GTX 590s have to offer.

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