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gtx 590s load temps and 3dmark11 score

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    here is a video showing my load temps and 3dmark 11 score
    load temps never hit above 45c

    intel 970 4.5 ghz
    asus gtx 590x2, volts .963, core 700 linked with shader, memory 1900.

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    14787
    Video
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BsP0WN9XbG0
     
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    Surely these have to be on water? This isn't clear.
     
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    yes.
     
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    590's in SLI? You lucky bastard
     
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    Getting me more excited about grabbing these two gtx 480's tomorrow and putting them on water. Nice btw man. That's a sick setup !
     
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    14787 for your score ... is that normal for 2x 590? i taught that it could do like 20k ...
    i did 11099 with 2xgtx570 ...

    http://3dmark.com/3dm11/1347866
     
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    scaling's not so good on 4x, actually it's downright terrible. although we have seen higher scores for lesser rigs on the 3d11 thread here.
     
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    ohh i see .... its like wasting 800$ then :p
     
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    4x scaling can be good. I imagine it would be nice paired with quad xeons. That's a project I would like to do at work some day.
     

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