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  • wifiwolf - Wednesday, August 03, 2011 - link

    Nvidia's claims are a bit cheap at the moment since it's twice already that they didn't deliver in time. So we must assume whenever marketing puts out a launch date, we just add 6 months to it.

    I assume this is just to hold people from buying AMD early as last times.
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  • DanNeely - Thursday, August 04, 2011 - link

    And all AMD launch dates need to be held to the level of fail they suffered with the 2xxx series... Reply
  • IvanChess - Sunday, August 07, 2011 - link

    The HD 2000 series was Ati, the HD 5000 series and up is AMD. Reply
  • HOOfan 1 - Tuesday, August 09, 2011 - link

    How about Bulldozer? Wasn't that originally slated to release back in March or April? Reply
  • EnsilZah - Thursday, August 04, 2011 - link

    Are there any plans for an answer to Eyefinity?
    I'd like to get one card to run my three monitors but I still need CUDA support.
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  • aguilpa1 - Thursday, August 04, 2011 - link

    Uh, hello? 590GTX!

    I have been running 3 24" Alienware of this one card for some time now and works great even when gaming at 6000x1080. Yes it is a dual card but before the 590 you actually had to have two cards regardless and is smaller then one of my old 295's I used to have, is much quieter and draws less power then the two 295's it replaced.
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  • DanNeely - Thursday, August 04, 2011 - link

    A product aimed at the top.1% (SLI) or 0.01% (595) of the market isn't an proper answer; merely a stopgap. Reply
  • JKflipflop98 - Thursday, August 04, 2011 - link

    A product aimed at the top .1%? You mean like triple monitor users? Reply
  • DanNeely - Thursday, August 04, 2011 - link

    Not everyone who uses multiple screens is a gamer. For anything less (or even casual games) a 5450 is more than adequate. Nor do all multiple screen users who game do so on all three. If ATI/nVidia ever add support for PLP I'd be willing to give it a try at 4960x1600, until then I'm quite happy gaming on my center screen. Otherwise I find 3 screens very useful for everything else, and the 30" is a nice extravagance but hardly necessary; I'd rather have 3x20 than 1x30 given the choice (sadly at work I can't have either). Reply
  • aguilpa1 - Friday, August 05, 2011 - link

    The OP wants a single Nvidia card that supports the use of 3 monitors and CUDA for that reason the 590 is a proper answer.

    Technically, it is an expensive high end product and Nvidia should be supporting the use of multiple monitors on cards less than a 590 no question. However from experience the card is incredibly fast and works flawlessly with 3 monitors. I do a great deal of photography besides gaming and actual gaming is probably more like 10% of use. I greatly appreciate the use of 3 screens in Photoshop and the CUDA accelerated features. Gaming on 3 screens at the highest settings is a very nice bonus and breathtaking on auto racing sims.
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  • arh2o - Thursday, August 04, 2011 - link

    Ryan, what's your take on Charlie's article?: http://semiaccurate.com/2011/07/05/nvidias-kepler-...

    "Every stepping you have to make adds about 6 weeks to the tally, more if there are tough bugs to quash. The norm is two spins, so about 7-8 months, and AMD is right there now, February to September. If Nvidia is as successful, mid-Q1 is the earliest you should be looking at for Kepler arrival."

    Mid Q1 at the earliest would be like March - I wonder if Nvidia is going to paper launch on December 31st then hold availability until Feb/March...
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  • camylarde - Friday, August 05, 2011 - link

    if any date in 2011, then Dec 10 or so, to hamper xmas sales for AMD. Reply
  • AmdInside - Monday, August 08, 2011 - link

    You are asking a respectable journalist such as Ryan to comment on a fake like Charlie?

    Anyways, I could be wrong but I can't think of any major tradeshows in December so we are probably looking at CES 2012 for a launch. Fine with me anyways since I'm always broke from November to January from Christmas shopping. Now what I'm wondering if ATI can get a new graphics card out in time for Battlefield 3 launch. My computer runs BF:BC2 smoothly so I hope BF3 is the same. Can't wait for the beta.
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