Friday, March 25th 2011

Point of View and TGT Announce GeForce GTX 590 Charged and Ultra Charged Video Cards

Point of View the leading European manufacturer of an exclusive range NVIDIA based 3D processor boards, advanced netbooks as well as fancy 7” and 10” Tegra tablet computers and additional enthusiast PC products, announces today that it is first to market with a 691 MHz GeForce GTX 590 3D processor board, the POV/TGT GeForce GTX 590 Ultra Charged (1382 MHz shader clock, 3710 MHz memory clock). The POV/TGT GeForce GTX 590 Ultra Charged already started shipping at a recommended retail price of € 729 (TGT-590-A1-UC) and is available in limited quantity.

Running at 691 MHz, the POV/TGT GeForce GTX 590 Ultra Charged is the fastest 3D graphics solution on a single PCB offering up to 14% additional performance in comparison with reference clock settings.

In addition, Point of View and TGT are offering the POV/TGT GeForce GTX 590 Charged (668 MHz core clock, 1336 MHz shader clock, 3628 MHz memory clock) priced at an MSRP of € 679 while the reference clocks are set at 607 MHz core clock, 1214 MHz shader clock and 3414 MHz memory clock.

Hand-selected and tuned by TGT in Germany, the POV/TGT GeForce GTX 590 series offer an optimized balance of both, unmatched performance and rock solid stability even beyond TGT’s enhanced clock settings.

For more information, visit the product pages of the Charged and Ultra Charged variants of Point of View TGT GTX 590.
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4 Comments on Point of View and TGT Announce GeForce GTX 590 Charged and Ultra Charged Video Cards

#2
cheesy999
by: Dj-ElectriC
Will it fizz or will it bang?
thats irelelvent- the real question is...

Will it blend? :rolleyes:

But if it does, remember not to breath the GEsmoke - which unfortunately seams to be coming out of these before they've been blended
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Wiselnvestor
Somehow... I feel bad for NVDA shareholders, these chips could have been sold as healthy GTX 580's or even Quadro workstation cards.


Such a waste...

Oh well, hope the warranties are good on these babies.
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twistedneck
by: Wiselnvestor
Somehow... I feel bad for NVDA shareholders, these chips could have been sold as healthy GTX 580's or even Quadro workstation cards.


Such a waste...

Oh well, hope the warranties are good on these babies.
I trust TGT's clocks. They seem to be first and more stable than everyone except EVGA and thats a wash. There is a beast coming :)
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