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Nvidia Corp. plans to release a new version of its dual-chip flagship GeForce GTX graphics card that will be more overclockable. The company intends to re-invent print-circuit board of the graphics card in a bid to improve its reliability in cases of overclocking, a media report claims.

The new GeForce GTX 590 graphics card - which is powered by two code-named GF110 graphics processing units (GPUs) and features 3GB of GDDR5 memory - will have new inductors, larger printed circuit board (PCB) and a new cooling solutions, reports VR-Zone web-site. The new inductors and design will eliminate possibility of failure during overclocking, which is something that enthusiasts demand from a top-of-the-range graphics cards.

The revised GeForce GTX 590 graphics cards will feature 699-11020-005-502 marking on the PCB. The current version has 699-11020-005-500 marking.

At present the GeForce GTX 590 graphics card is not available in many online stores, which means that a limited amount of cards has been released. With new PCB, which is expected to be more reliable than the previous one, new Fermi-series flagship graphics cards are likely to have better overclocking potential. The enhanced reliability and overclockability will help the model 590 to better compete against AMD's Radeon HD 6990 dual-chip top-of-the-line solution.

The new versions of the flagship are expected to become available in June.

Nvidia did not comment on the news-story.

Tags: Nvidia, Geforce, Fermi, gf110

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Discussion started: 05/15/11 09:23:37 AM
Latest comment: 05/16/11 09:49:38 PM

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New inductors, may not be enough. They need more and beefier VRMs per GPU, that is where where the problem was when overclocking.
3 0 [Posted by: RtFusion  | Date: 05/15/11 09:23:37 AM]
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And while they're at it, why not making a 3slot ref design also?

If they want to improve OCing, then they gotta improve cooling first.

Cheers!
1 1 [Posted by: YukaKun  | Date: 05/15/11 09:35:30 AM]
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Just concentrate all your efforts on my future 680GTX with die shrink please, I want it perfect 1st round, QUIET and decent stock cooler, Happy to pay an extra $50 if it adds to production cost, 2-3x performance increase would be pro as well!
590GTX is good enough to last until next gen.
0 0 [Posted by: ozegamer  | Date: 05/15/11 11:59:27 PM]
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This one comes with a built in halon fire control system.
0 2 [Posted by: DEADTIME  | Date: 05/16/11 09:49:38 PM]
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