Help With Purchasing GTX 590
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I don't get money often so I figured I would invest it into my computer, but I need a little help with the specs. I'm not sure if I'll need to upgrade other things in my computer to run the GTX 590.

POWER SUPPLY:
I'm using a [url="http://www.ncix.ca/products/?sku=50153&vpn=RS750-ACAAE3&manufacture=COOLERMASTER"]Cooler Master GX 750W[/url], I'm pretty sure it's fine for the GTX 590 but I thought I'd check with people who know what their doing XD

MOTHERBOARD:
This I'm not sure about, Motherboards have always been kinda confusing to me. So it would put my mind at ease to know if this is in order. I'm using an [url="http://ncix.com/products/?sku=55299"]ASUS Sabertooth X58[/url]

CPU:
I'm not sure how much this plays into my GPU, I'm still learning sorry. I have an [url="http://ncix.com/products/?sku=39590"]Intel Core i7 950 Quad Core Processor[/url]

That's about all I can think of that would be important, but it would be great to get someone's opinions and recommendations on this. If I'm missing something important please tell me, Thanks.
I don't get money often so I figured I would invest it into my computer, but I need a little help with the specs. I'm not sure if I'll need to upgrade other things in my computer to run the GTX 590.



POWER SUPPLY:

I'm using a Cooler Master GX 750W, I'm pretty sure it's fine for the GTX 590 but I thought I'd check with people who know what their doing XD



MOTHERBOARD:

This I'm not sure about, Motherboards have always been kinda confusing to me. So it would put my mind at ease to know if this is in order. I'm using an ASUS Sabertooth X58



CPU:

I'm not sure how much this plays into my GPU, I'm still learning sorry. I have an Intel Core i7 950 Quad Core Processor



That's about all I can think of that would be important, but it would be great to get someone's opinions and recommendations on this. If I'm missing something important please tell me, Thanks.

#1
Posted 02/07/2012 02:38 AM   
[quote name='Jord68' date='06 February 2012 - 06:38 PM' timestamp='1328582336' post='1366214']
I don't get money often so I figured I would invest it into my computer, but I need a little help with the specs. I'm not sure if I'll need to upgrade other things in my computer to run the GTX 590.

POWER SUPPLY:
I'm using a [url="http://www.ncix.ca/products/?sku=50153&vpn=RS750-ACAAE3&manufacture=COOLERMASTER"]Cooler Master GX 750W[/url], I'm pretty sure it's fine for the GTX 590 but I thought I'd check with people who know what their doing XD

MOTHERBOARD:
This I'm not sure about, Motherboards have always been kinda confusing to me. So it would put my mind at ease to know if this is in order. I'm using an [url="http://ncix.com/products/?sku=55299"]ASUS Sabertooth X58[/url]

CPU:
I'm not sure how much this plays into my GPU, I'm still learning sorry. I have an [url="http://ncix.com/products/?sku=39590"]Intel Core i7 950 Quad Core Processor[/url]

That's about all I can think of that would be important, but it would be great to get someone's opinions and recommendations on this. If I'm missing something important please tell me, Thanks.
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your good to go with a 590. i to have the sabertooth x58 with i7 970 6 core and 2 580's
[quote name='Jord68' date='06 February 2012 - 06:38 PM' timestamp='1328582336' post='1366214']

I don't get money often so I figured I would invest it into my computer, but I need a little help with the specs. I'm not sure if I'll need to upgrade other things in my computer to run the GTX 590.



POWER SUPPLY:

I'm using a Cooler Master GX 750W, I'm pretty sure it's fine for the GTX 590 but I thought I'd check with people who know what their doing XD



MOTHERBOARD:

This I'm not sure about, Motherboards have always been kinda confusing to me. So it would put my mind at ease to know if this is in order. I'm using an ASUS Sabertooth X58



CPU:

I'm not sure how much this plays into my GPU, I'm still learning sorry. I have an Intel Core i7 950 Quad Core Processor



That's about all I can think of that would be important, but it would be great to get someone's opinions and recommendations on this. If I'm missing something important please tell me, Thanks.



your good to go with a 590. i to have the sabertooth x58 with i7 970 6 core and 2 580's

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#2
Posted 02/07/2012 03:26 AM   
Just remeber that X58 boards use triple channel RAM (3 or 6 DIMMs) up to 1.65V.

Don't go silly and buy 2 / 4 DIMMs of slow 1.5v memory which is what the newer systems take.
Just remeber that X58 boards use triple channel RAM (3 or 6 DIMMs) up to 1.65V.



Don't go silly and buy 2 / 4 DIMMs of slow 1.5v memory which is what the newer systems take.
If i read the op's post correctly i believe he all ready has the mobo, cpu, and psu
If i read the op's post correctly i believe he all ready has the mobo, cpu, and psu

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#4
Posted 02/07/2012 04:08 AM   
[quote name='-{RaptoR}-' date='06 February 2012 - 10:58 PM' timestamp='1328587086' post='1366231']
Just remeber that X58 boards use triple channel RAM (3 or 6 DIMMs) up to 1.65V.

Don't go silly and buy 2 / 4 DIMMs of slow 1.5v memory which is what the newer systems take.
[/quote]

I'm still pretty new, so I'm not quite sure what your saying sorry but I'd be grateful if you could explain a little. thanks
[quote name='-{RaptoR}-' date='06 February 2012 - 10:58 PM' timestamp='1328587086' post='1366231']

Just remeber that X58 boards use triple channel RAM (3 or 6 DIMMs) up to 1.65V.



Don't go silly and buy 2 / 4 DIMMs of slow 1.5v memory which is what the newer systems take.





I'm still pretty new, so I'm not quite sure what your saying sorry but I'd be grateful if you could explain a little. thanks

#5
Posted 02/07/2012 04:11 AM   
Personally I'd wait for the new nvidia GPU's to be released instead of laying out that amount of money on 1 gcard. Its highly likely that the top end part will be as fast as a 590GTX anyway, with more VRAM.
Personally I'd wait for the new nvidia GPU's to be released instead of laying out that amount of money on 1 gcard. Its highly likely that the top end part will be as fast as a 590GTX anyway, with more VRAM.

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#6
Posted 02/07/2012 08:36 AM   
[quote name='oblivion20' date='07 February 2012 - 04:36 PM' timestamp='1328603769' post='1366320']
Personally I'd wait for the new nvidia GPU's to be released instead of laying out that amount of money on 1 gcard. Its highly likely that the top end part will be as fast as a 590GTX anyway, with more VRAM.
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He is only going to need more Vram if he is running more than I monitor but since he is going for a single card/monitor setup the GTX590 is much better than any other single card bar the 6990 and he also has the option to input the extra 2 monitors if he wants with the cards additional display ports.
The card will play everything out there at the moment and most probably for the next few years. Since you cant take advantage of the new PCIexpress 3.0 in the newer 600 series of graphics cards due to your motherboards older chipset, I would suggest either grab an 3gb version of the GTX580 or if your money stretches just grab the GTX590 people are normally put of by the price of this card but I would gladly recommend it in terms of its performance.
[quote name='oblivion20' date='07 February 2012 - 04:36 PM' timestamp='1328603769' post='1366320']

Personally I'd wait for the new nvidia GPU's to be released instead of laying out that amount of money on 1 gcard. Its highly likely that the top end part will be as fast as a 590GTX anyway, with more VRAM.





He is only going to need more Vram if he is running more than I monitor but since he is going for a single card/monitor setup the GTX590 is much better than any other single card bar the 6990 and he also has the option to input the extra 2 monitors if he wants with the cards additional display ports.

The card will play everything out there at the moment and most probably for the next few years. Since you cant take advantage of the new PCIexpress 3.0 in the newer 600 series of graphics cards due to your motherboards older chipset, I would suggest either grab an 3gb version of the GTX580 or if your money stretches just grab the GTX590 people are normally put of by the price of this card but I would gladly recommend it in terms of its performance.

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#7
Posted 02/07/2012 09:18 AM   
[quote name='Skull999' date='07 February 2012 - 04:18 AM' timestamp='1328606324' post='1366339']
He is only going to need more Vram if he is running more than I monitor but since he is going for a single card/monitor setup the GTX590 is much better than any other single card bar the 6990 and he also has the option to input the extra 2 monitors if he wants with the cards additional display ports.
The card will play everything out there at the moment and most probably for the next few years. Since you cant take advantage of the new PCIexpress 3.0 in the newer 600 series of graphics cards due to your motherboards older chipset, I would suggest either grab an 3gb version of the GTX580 or if your money stretches just grab the GTX590 people are normally put of by the price of this card but I would gladly recommend it in terms of its performance.
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Thanks for the advice, your spot on in what I'm looking for. I wouldn't want to upgrade a bunch of stuff just to accommodate the 600 series, and the GTX 590 seems like a great card.

By the way congrats on the double 590s, I look forward to doing that in the future.
[quote name='Skull999' date='07 February 2012 - 04:18 AM' timestamp='1328606324' post='1366339']

He is only going to need more Vram if he is running more than I monitor but since he is going for a single card/monitor setup the GTX590 is much better than any other single card bar the 6990 and he also has the option to input the extra 2 monitors if he wants with the cards additional display ports.

The card will play everything out there at the moment and most probably for the next few years. Since you cant take advantage of the new PCIexpress 3.0 in the newer 600 series of graphics cards due to your motherboards older chipset, I would suggest either grab an 3gb version of the GTX580 or if your money stretches just grab the GTX590 people are normally put of by the price of this card but I would gladly recommend it in terms of its performance.





Thanks for the advice, your spot on in what I'm looking for. I wouldn't want to upgrade a bunch of stuff just to accommodate the 600 series, and the GTX 590 seems like a great card.



By the way congrats on the double 590s, I look forward to doing that in the future.

#8
Posted 02/07/2012 10:55 AM   
[quote name='Jord68' date='07 February 2012 - 10:55 AM' timestamp='1328612128' post='1366359']
Thanks for the advice, your spot on in what I'm looking for. I wouldn't want to upgrade a bunch of stuff just to accommodate the 600 series, and the GTX 590 seems like a great card.

By the way congrats on the double 590s, I look forward to doing that in the future.
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/shifty.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':shifty:' /> I dont want to spoil your joy but go for a 580 or a 7950 those are singel chip cards and dont have the stutter problem like the 590
Also the momory of those cards is 3GB and not 1.5GB like the 590 on the singel chip combined 3GB /thumbup.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbup:' />
Anyway what do you want to do with it gaming or just aps /tongue.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':tongue:' />
[quote name='Jord68' date='07 February 2012 - 10:55 AM' timestamp='1328612128' post='1366359']

Thanks for the advice, your spot on in what I'm looking for. I wouldn't want to upgrade a bunch of stuff just to accommodate the 600 series, and the GTX 590 seems like a great card.



By the way congrats on the double 590s, I look forward to doing that in the future.



/shifty.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':shifty:' /> I dont want to spoil your joy but go for a 580 or a 7950 those are singel chip cards and dont have the stutter problem like the 590

Also the momory of those cards is 3GB and not 1.5GB like the 590 on the singel chip combined 3GB /thumbup.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbup:' />

Anyway what do you want to do with it gaming or just aps /tongue.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':tongue:' />

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#9
Posted 02/07/2012 11:24 AM   
[quote name='*Scar*' date='07 February 2012 - 06:24 AM' timestamp='1328613844' post='1366366']
/shifty.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':shifty:' /> I dont want to spoil your joy but go for a 580 or a 7950 those are singel chip cards and dont have the stutter problem like the 590
Also the momory of those cards is 3GB and not 1.5GB like the 590 on the singel chip combined 3GB /thumbup.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbup:' />
Anyway what do you want to do with it gaming or just aps /tongue.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':tongue:' />
[/quote]

I'm definitely still researching what card would be the best so thanks for the suggestions ill look into those, and i plan on using it for gaming
[quote name='*Scar*' date='07 February 2012 - 06:24 AM' timestamp='1328613844' post='1366366']

/shifty.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':shifty:' /> I dont want to spoil your joy but go for a 580 or a 7950 those are singel chip cards and dont have the stutter problem like the 590

Also the momory of those cards is 3GB and not 1.5GB like the 590 on the singel chip combined 3GB /thumbup.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbup:' />

Anyway what do you want to do with it gaming or just aps /tongue.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':tongue:' />





I'm definitely still researching what card would be the best so thanks for the suggestions ill look into those, and i plan on using it for gaming

#10
Posted 02/07/2012 04:39 PM   
[quote name='Jord68' date='08 February 2012 - 12:39 AM' timestamp='1328632746' post='1366455']
I'm definitely still researching what card would be the best so thanks for the suggestions ill look into those, and i plan on using it for gaming
[/quote]

I would say you still have a few choices here, you can grab an GTX580 pref a 3GB version there are a few brands to choose from Gainward Phantoms or EVGA 3GB ones are both good and you can always purchase another 1 if you want to go SLI later on 2x3GB 580's offer great performance for the price compared to 2x5GTX590's.
In saying that like I said for a single card set-up I would probably go with the GTX590 as its performance is quite a bit better than a single GTX580 and there is always the opportunity to grab another one down the track also, just remember if you do decide to get another card an upgraded power supply will be a must.
In terms of the stuttering issues on the GTX590 the new release of drivers should be fixing these issues up I personally have not had any issues with my 590's and I am getting incredible performance out of the 2 that I have now its sooooooo pretty lol. /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' />
[quote name='Jord68' date='08 February 2012 - 12:39 AM' timestamp='1328632746' post='1366455']

I'm definitely still researching what card would be the best so thanks for the suggestions ill look into those, and i plan on using it for gaming





I would say you still have a few choices here, you can grab an GTX580 pref a 3GB version there are a few brands to choose from Gainward Phantoms or EVGA 3GB ones are both good and you can always purchase another 1 if you want to go SLI later on 2x3GB 580's offer great performance for the price compared to 2x5GTX590's.

In saying that like I said for a single card set-up I would probably go with the GTX590 as its performance is quite a bit better than a single GTX580 and there is always the opportunity to grab another one down the track also, just remember if you do decide to get another card an upgraded power supply will be a must.

In terms of the stuttering issues on the GTX590 the new release of drivers should be fixing these issues up I personally have not had any issues with my 590's and I am getting incredible performance out of the 2 that I have now its sooooooo pretty lol. /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' />

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#11
Posted 02/08/2012 01:22 AM   
I've been thinking about upgrading to a GTX 590 as well (want something alittle future proof), but I'm hesitant considering it's a dual GPU card (and the problems that go with it such as heat & compatibility issues with games, especially older games) & also the fact that the new nVidia cards will be out in the next few months.

Can't make up my mind.
I've been thinking about upgrading to a GTX 590 as well (want something alittle future proof), but I'm hesitant considering it's a dual GPU card (and the problems that go with it such as heat & compatibility issues with games, especially older games) & also the fact that the new nVidia cards will be out in the next few months.



Can't make up my mind.

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#12
Posted 02/08/2012 02:32 AM   
[quote name='Skull999' date='07 February 2012 - 08:22 PM' timestamp='1328664124' post='1366639']
I would say you still have a few choices here, you can grab an GTX580 pref a 3GB version there are a few brands to choose from Gainward Phantoms or EVGA 3GB ones are both good and you can always purchase another 1 if you want to go SLI later on 2x3GB 580's offer great performance for the price compared to 2x5GTX590's.
In saying that like I said for a single card set-up I would probably go with the GTX590 as its performance is quite a bit better than a single GTX580 and there is always the opportunity to grab another one down the track also, just remember if you do decide to get another card an upgraded power supply will be a must.
In terms of the stuttering issues on the GTX590 the new release of drivers should be fixing these issues up I personally have not had any issues with my 590's and I am getting incredible performance out of the 2 that I have now its sooooooo pretty lol. /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' />
[/quote]

Thanks for the great advice, at the moment I'm trying to get a 590 but I have my eye on an EVGA 580.
[quote name='Skull999' date='07 February 2012 - 08:22 PM' timestamp='1328664124' post='1366639']

I would say you still have a few choices here, you can grab an GTX580 pref a 3GB version there are a few brands to choose from Gainward Phantoms or EVGA 3GB ones are both good and you can always purchase another 1 if you want to go SLI later on 2x3GB 580's offer great performance for the price compared to 2x5GTX590's.

In saying that like I said for a single card set-up I would probably go with the GTX590 as its performance is quite a bit better than a single GTX580 and there is always the opportunity to grab another one down the track also, just remember if you do decide to get another card an upgraded power supply will be a must.

In terms of the stuttering issues on the GTX590 the new release of drivers should be fixing these issues up I personally have not had any issues with my 590's and I am getting incredible performance out of the 2 that I have now its sooooooo pretty lol. /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' />





Thanks for the great advice, at the moment I'm trying to get a 590 but I have my eye on an EVGA 580.

#13
Posted 02/08/2012 04:43 AM   
[quote name='Jord68' date='08 February 2012 - 04:43 AM' timestamp='1328676212' post='1366710']
Thanks for the great advice, at the moment I'm trying to get a 590 but I have my eye on an EVGA 580.
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Oke an other one /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' /> Have you got enough ventilation in the case 59ogtx has a front and rear exhoust /rolleyes.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':rolleyes:' />
Skull999,the stuttering issues on the 590GTX was not fixed they fixed the fanspikes for this card.
The stutter is a little problem of the dual chip and still present not in all the games.
But yes the card is a killer /devil.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':devil:' /> its not loud and nice temp running the high res and multie monitors no problems at all /clap.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':clap:' />
[quote name='Jord68' date='08 February 2012 - 04:43 AM' timestamp='1328676212' post='1366710']

Thanks for the great advice, at the moment I'm trying to get a 590 but I have my eye on an EVGA 580.



Oke an other one /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' /> Have you got enough ventilation in the case 59ogtx has a front and rear exhoust /rolleyes.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':rolleyes:' />

Skull999,the stuttering issues on the 590GTX was not fixed they fixed the fanspikes for this card.

The stutter is a little problem of the dual chip and still present not in all the games.

But yes the card is a killer /devil.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':devil:' /> its not loud and nice temp running the high res and multie monitors no problems at all /clap.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':clap:' />

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#14
Posted 02/08/2012 06:58 AM   
[quote name='*Scar*' date='08 February 2012 - 02:58 PM' timestamp='1328684332' post='1366750']
Oke an other one /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' /> Have you got enough ventilation in the case 59ogtx has a front and rear exhoust /rolleyes.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':rolleyes:' />
Skull999,the stuttering issues on the 590GTX was not fixed they fixed the fanspikes for this card.
The stutter is a little problem of the dual chip and still present not in all the games.
But yes the card is a killer /devil.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':devil:' /> its not loud and nice temp running the high res and multie monitors no problems at all /clap.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':clap:' />
[/quote]

I do realize that the fanspikes were fixed in the latest beta drivers I was thinking about the next WHQL release of drivers would hopefully have this issue resolved I think Rage suffered bad stuttering for lots of people but yeah the cheaper and more sensible option apart from moving and waiting for the new 600 series of cards is 2x GTX580 3GB versions. Just grab one now and another one when you want to put some more cash down for a second card. /thumbup.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbup:' />
[quote name='*Scar*' date='08 February 2012 - 02:58 PM' timestamp='1328684332' post='1366750']

Oke an other one /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' /> Have you got enough ventilation in the case 59ogtx has a front and rear exhoust /rolleyes.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':rolleyes:' />

Skull999,the stuttering issues on the 590GTX was not fixed they fixed the fanspikes for this card.

The stutter is a little problem of the dual chip and still present not in all the games.

But yes the card is a killer /devil.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':devil:' /> its not loud and nice temp running the high res and multie monitors no problems at all /clap.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':clap:' />





I do realize that the fanspikes were fixed in the latest beta drivers I was thinking about the next WHQL release of drivers would hopefully have this issue resolved I think Rage suffered bad stuttering for lots of people but yeah the cheaper and more sensible option apart from moving and waiting for the new 600 series of cards is 2x GTX580 3GB versions. Just grab one now and another one when you want to put some more cash down for a second card. /thumbup.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbup:' />

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#15
Posted 02/08/2012 11:56 AM   
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