Questions for GTX 690 Live Review - Win an NVIDIA Crowbar!!

Subject: Editorial, General Tech, Graphics Cards | May 2, 2012 - 11:37 AM |
Tagged: video, nvidia, live review, live, kepler, GTX 690, geforce

Yes, we realize it's actually a "flat bar" but that's nearly as cool to say.  Either way, wouldn't you like to win one of these?

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Tomorrow at 1pm EDT / 10am PDT we are going to be streaming a LIVE talk between myself and Tom Petersen centered around the GeForce GTX 690 dual-Kepler graphics card at http://pcper.com/live.  We will talk about performance, power consumption, features, show demos and of course take user questions through our live chat room, twitter accounts and more. 

But we also want to get your questions TODAY to help prepare for the event.  If you have a burning question about the GTX 690 or the Kepler architecture and its features, leave us a comment below!  (No registartion required.) Both NVIDIA's Tom Petersen and I will give you our feedback.  The best question will take home an NVIDIA crowbar so you too can be prepared for the coming apocalypse!

If you want, you can also send me a message on Twitter @RyanShrout or on our PC Perspective Facebook page.  

Hurry though, we want them in tonight so we can sort and pick our favorites for the live event tomorrow.  For all the details on tomorrow's show, make sure you check our post right here!!

 

May 3, 2012 | 07:48 AM - Posted by Berger (not verified)

Are there any disadvantages in going with the PLX bridge chip, instead of developing a bridge chip in house like the past iterations?

What is the difference between writing a driver for the 5xx cards and writing a driver for the 6xx cards?

(sorry kind of a M$ question) Will the introduction of windows 8 require all new drivers for these cards to be written?

May 3, 2012 | 09:30 AM - Posted by SirPauly (not verified)

Ryan,

In the Live review can you ask about the improvements the GTX 690 may have with hardware frame metering?

May 3, 2012 | 09:50 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Technically that's not a crow bar but a flat bar.

May 3, 2012 | 10:33 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Why does not the 690 have a HDMI output?

May 3, 2012 | 04:54 PM - Posted by guestStar04411 (not verified)

If this was your home extreme machine, what MOBO would you choose to use for Quad-SLI, reason asking is I have noticed EVGA 2011 MOBO's have new desgin, in which capacitors are smaller or I can't notice them at all, is this a perhaps bettter desgin in you mind allowing for better thermal conditioning.

Thks...

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