NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590

Video card NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590, according to the developers, is the most powerful graphics card DirectX 11, which they have ever created. And we tend to believe it. Under nice hull GTX 590 hidden two 512-ti nuclear GPU, which give incredible performance, and a special cooling system based database of the vaporization chamber, maintains optimal temperature during gameplay. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590 supports the latest NVIDIA technologies, among which stands out the technology NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround. Using 3D Vision Surround and three dual-link DVI output, You can play simultaneously on three 1080p screens in full stereoscopic mode, thus using only one video card GeForce GTX 590. Not bad, huh?

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590

Specifications of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590:

Height: 4.376 inches (11,1 cm)
Length: 11 inches (280 mm)
Width: dual slot

The characteristics of the GPU:
CUDA cores: 1024 (Two 512 GPU cores)
GPU clock speed (MHz): 607
The clock frequency of CPUs (MHz): 1215
Speed texture fill (billion/sec): 77.7

Memory features:
Memory clock speed (MHz): 1707
SDRAM memory type: 3072 MB (1536 MB per GPU)
The bit width of the memory interface: 768-bit (384-bit per GPU) GDDR5
Memory bandwidth (GB/sec): 327.7

Support NVIDIA SLI: Quad (?)
Support for NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround: Yes (?)
NVIDIA PureVideo technology: HD (?)
Support NVIDIA PhysX: Yes
Microsoft DirectX: 11
OpenGL: 4.1
Bus: PCIe 2.0 x16
Certified for Windows: Yes
Support for NVIDIA 3D Vision: Yes

Display support:
Maximum digital resolution: 2560×1600
Maximum VGA resolution: 2048×1536
Display connectors (?): Three dual-link DVI-I, Mini DisplayPort
Multi Monitor: Yes
HDMI: Yes (?)
Audio input for HDMI: Internal

Power and temperature:
Maximum GPU temperature (in degrees Celsius): 97 C
Maximum graphics card power (W): 365
Minimal requirements to system power (W): 700 (?)
Supplementary power connectors: two 8-pin (?)

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