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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 Reviews

Looking for hardware reviews on the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690? OpenBenchmarking.org's Cekora Engine has found some.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 Reviews:

anandtech.com: In an unusual move, NVIDIA took the opportunity earlier this week to announce a new 600 series video card before they would be shipping it. Based on a pair of Kepler GK104 GPUs, the GeForce GTX 690 would be NVIDIA?s new flagship dual-GPU video card. And by all metrics it would be a doozy.

benchmarkreviews.com: Back on 22 March 2012, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 video card made headlines and became the best-performing single-GPU graphics card on the market. Only six weeks later NVIDIA engineers have successfully combined two 28nm GK104 GPUs together to create their new GeForce GTX 690. In this article Benchmark Reviews tests game performance with the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690, a double-slot graphics card equipped with a pair of Kepler GPUs. Featuring NVIDIA's cutting-edge GPU Boost technology, the GeForce GTX 690 video card can dynamically adjust power and clock speeds based on real-time application demands. Using EVGA Precision-X, the GeForce GTX 690 has both GPUs overclocked beyond 1200 GHz to produce ultimate graphical performance in PC video games.

bjorn3d.com: At the NVIDIA Gaming Festival 2012 in Shanghai, China, NVIDIA?s CEO Jen-Hsun Huang introduced to the world the da ge (meaning "big brother" in Chinese) of the latest GeForce 600 family?the GTX 690. Designed with dual-Kepler GPUs, the GTX 690 is the fastest gaming card available on the market today.

guru3d.com: A couple of days ago NVIDIA announced a new graphics card, correct the GeForce GTX 690 has surfaced. A bit of unusual as at first the product was announced, and then later on released in stores and submitted to the press. The all new dual-GPU beast called GeForce GTX 690 however has landed at the premises of Guru3D.com and it is time to give it the royal Guru3D treatment.

hardwarecanucks.com: Up to this point, the GTX 690?s story has played out like a James Bond movie. Its specifications and final design were so secret, NVIDIA employees intimately involved in the project couldn?t exchange emails about some of the project's details. Rather, many things GTX 690 had to be discussed in person or not at all, lest a stray memo get set to the wrong external contacts. Board partners (some of whom tend to leak more than a fifty year old rowboat) only had a name to go by and didn?t even know what the card looked like. In this industry, secrecy is paramount and to their credit, NVIDIA kept everyone guessing about what their next Kepler-based card would be.

hothardware.com: After testing the GeForce GTX 680 last month, it was practically a foregone conclusion that a dual-GPU powered graphics card based on the same GK104 GPU was coming down the pipeline. The GK104 at the heart of the GeForce GTX 680 was able to best AMD?s current flagship GPU more often than not in our testing, and it did so while consuming less power with a smaller chip die size. If NVIDIA could stick two of their previous-generation, much larger and more power hungry, GF110 chips onto a single card with the GeForce GTX 590, doing the same with the GK104 would come as no surprise. NVIDIA did have a few surprises in store with the GTX 690 though, even if we all sort of knew the card was coming...

motherboards.org: I hope you are ready to be excited my friends as the new NVIDIA GTX 690 is ready to be unveiled and shown off. We took this new card that boasts dual Keplar GPUs on a single PCB on a test drive and the results were simply awesome. NVIDIA once again steals the glory from AMD as the GTX 690 is the fastet Video card in the known world. With an amazingly high price tag you have come to expect miracles form the GTX 690 and low and behold this card is one serious miracle card. Lower heat, less power, quiter operations and only taking up a single PCIe slot are what make the new NVIDI GTX 690 a solid Editor's Choice Product.

pcper.com: Okay, so it's not a surprise to you at all, or if it is, you haven't been paying attention. Today is the first on-sale date and review release for the new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 4GB dual-GPU Kepler graphics card that we first announced in late April. This is the dream card any PC gamer out there combining a pair of GTX 680 GK104 GPUs on a single PCB and running them in a single slot SLI configuration and is easily the fastest single card we have ever tested. It also the most expensive reference card we have ever seen with a hefty $999 price tag.

techpowerup.com: NVIDIA made the surprise announcement of GeForce GTX 690 launch last weekend. A little later, we found ourselves opening a classy wooden crate with a crowbar NVIDIA sent a little earlier, in it was the GeForce GTX 690. The GTX 690 is NVIDIA's quest for absolute performance leadership in the graphics processor market. Despite being months behind AMD in launching its 28 nm Kepler GPU lineup, NVIDIA caught up with it, in the performance segment, with the GeForce GTX 680, and now it seeks to settle the disputed absolute performance lead between GeForce GTX 590 and Radeon HD 6990, with the new GeForce GTX 690.


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This is a post from the OpenBenchmarking.org Blog. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 Reviews was posted in Product Launches on Thursday, 03 May 2012.


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