NVIDIA is expected to launch the dual-Fermi based GeForce GTX 590 later this month (rumor has it, March 22nd to go side-by-side with Crysis 2) and another bit of info has leaked out. The GTX 590 is known to include two GF110 cores with all CUDA cores enabled (512 per GPU, 1024 total).
It will include 3GB of GDDR5 memory and is powered via dual 8-pin PCIe power connectors with a TDP rated at 365W. Mentioned in the above slide is that the GTX 590 includes a 12layer, 2oz copper PCB, a 10-phase GPU power system and an on-board PCIe bridge chip. Cooling wise, the GeForce GTX 590 is expected to use something similar to the Radeon HD 6990.
A dual-vapor chamber system with a centre-based cooling fan. The GTX 590 also includes a removable cover for easy cleaning and triple-DVI connectors for some 3D Vision Surround action. As per usual, NVIDIA have not confirmed the slides as genuine, and there are still some missing details such as clock frequencies. We won't be waiting too much longer though...
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