Dual vent ?!

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Hi all!

What nVidia GTX 590 graphics card is there with dual vent instead of the original single-vent ?
 

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When I said « Dual-Vents » I'm refering to the Fans, or to be more precise, Dual-Fans.

As for the SLI solution... well, since my MB only has a single slot of PCIe16x I can not do SLI. Therefore it's out of the question.
 
so what is your full system specs ?
HD 6990, GTX 590 will be mostly a reference designed cards... a few of them are being produced and sold out ... and will disappear soon from the market
 

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Current specification:

CPU: AMD Phenom II x4 965 BE
RAM: 4x2GB DDR2-1066 Kingston HyperX
MB: ASUS M4A78 PRO
Sound: OnBoard
LAN: OnBoard
Graphics: OnBoard
PowerSupply: Eurotech V70 Modular PRO 900W
HDD-Primary: Samsung 160GB SATA-II 8MB-Cache
HDD-Secondary: Hitashi 80GB SATA-I 4MB-Cache

Connected to a TV-Monitor via DVI-to-HDMI/DVI
TV-Monitor: Samsung SyncMaster TA350 FullHD
 
i can find only EVGA GTX 590 on both ebay and newegg, and both are reference designed cards.
i have never heard of that PSU, are you sure it will handle the GTX 590 just fine ?
another question ? why do you need the GTX 590 ? it's a very hard decision for enthusiasts to decide when they going hard on games
 

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I was actually looking to get a MSI GTX580 since their models have dual-fans providing better cooling. But since I'm limited to one slot PCIe and can't SLI I was trying to find a model of the GTX590 with similar cooling system because it's like a SLI on a single graphics card.
Also I'm looking to try the Dual Monitor gaming (I have a second similar TV-Monitor that I can use for that.)
As my last thought... I'm always looking to buy stuff that will endure time for longest run possible and since I'm a Crisys fan (and other games of sort) that becomes a little tougher.
 

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Thanks for your input!

I'm also a rookie CUDA developer, so using nVidia cards is prioritised over ATI (AMD).
 

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