Saturday, 23 June 2012










Processing Units

Graphics Processing Clusters:   8

SMXs:                                      16

CUDA Cores:                            3072

Texture Units:                         256

ROP Units:                              64

Clock Speeds

Base Clock:                            915 MHz

Boost Clock:                          1019 MHz

Memory Clock (Data Rate):     6008 MHz

L2 Cache Size:                       1024 KB (512KB per GPU)


Total Video Memory:             4096 MB GDDR5 (2048 MB per GUP)

Memory Interface:                2x256-bit

Total Memory Bandwidth:     384.4 GB/s (192.2 GB/s per GPU)

Texture Filtering Rate (Bilinear): 234.2 GigaTexels/sec

Physical & Thermal

Fabrication Process:            28nm

Transistor Count:                7.08 Billion

Connectors:                        3x Dual- link DVI , 1x mini- displayPort

Form Factor:                      Dual Slot

Power Connectors:             2 x 8-pin

Recommended Power Supply:650 watts

Thermal Design Power (TDP):300 watts

Thermal Threshold:               98 c

Nvidia's latest release, the GeForce GTX 690 has provided them with the trophy for the best video card on the planet. Because of its power usage—this may just be its most attractive feature. 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. The sum total of all of these things results in not only NVIDIA’s fastest graphics card to date, but also one of its quietest. Though it has been heavily priced.

It's based on two GK104 GPUs (the same used in the GTX 680), there's not a lot to say about the GTX 690 from a chip-level standpoint. Eight Graphics Processing Clusters (GPCs) mean 16 advanced Streaming Multiprocessor (SMX) units, 3,072 CUDA parallel processing cores, 256 texture units, and 64 ROP units. There's a total of 4GB of GDDR5 video memory, running at 6.008GHz over two 256-bit memory interfaces.



Performance on the GTX 690 is, of course, excellent—which makes sense for a fusion of two units of the fastest single-GPU card out there. It dominated AMD's last-generation dual-GPU behemoth, the Radeon HD 6990 , in practically every gaming test we threw at it, which is to be expected. Sample scores: 59.8 frames per second (fps) versus 53.6fps in Aliens vs. Predator, 74fps versus 57fps in Batman: Arkham City, and 84fps versus 45.9fps in Lost Planet 2—in each case running at 2,560-by-1,600 resolution, with maximum details enabled.

                                         GeForce GTX 690 Quad SLI Performance
                                    2560 x 1600 4xAA/16xAF Maximum Settings

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