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Single PCB SLI is always welcomed

That was a quick deal, most of my basic principals for collecting were met. Asus product, good shape, rare and high-end level piece of equipment. That is why my collection was extended by a powerful NVIDIA`s GPU, the ENGTX590/3DIS/3GD5. It is a dual GF110 graphics card from Fermi architecture and highest model of the GTX 500 series. To be honest I did not searched extensively for this particular card, it just came into my hands by accident and I could not let it go πŸ˜‰

Should fit the 2011 build perfectly. Of course, after finding it`s brother πŸ˜€ It features a 607 MHz core clock, 3 GB of GDDR5 1215 MHz memory with 345 bit bus for every GPU. This fact results inΒ 327.8GB/sec of total memory bandwidth. Quite astonishing at the time.

For now it is waiting patiently for it`s twin in comfortable conditions and among very good company, FX5950 Ultra is one of them πŸ˜‰

2 comments

    • TheDuke on 18 November 2018 at 20:35

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    He’ll Yeah,

    That’s a nice one, I got myself a GTX 570 SLI back in the days. Still love MGPU solutions, the lack of SLI/CROSSFIRE support nowadays is a shame.

    Also nice to see my old card in your cabinet next to this Monster GTX 590 πŸ˜‰

    Have you thought to create a YouTube channel? You have so much cool Retro PC stuff, people would get crazy to see this all.

    Best regards
    David

      • jaghoose on 18 November 2018 at 21:07
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      Hello David,

      thank you for that kind words. I was thinking about YT channel but currenty I don’ t have free time to run this page on a regular basis so making an extra wideo content is currently impossible for me. Hope to lunch it some time in the future though πŸ˜‰

      This GTX 590 is much bigger than the pictures suggest. Can’t wait to run QuadSLI with two of them πŸ™‚

      Hope you visit the page in near future.

      Regards Jake!

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