Dual-GPU GTX 590 and new Titanium GTX 550 Ti in new R266.77



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EVGA has posted a set of WHQL drivers for GeForce cards. This new release labelled R266.77, includes two new NVIDIA products: the dual-GPU GeForce GTX 590 and a new titanium card, the GeForce GTX 550 Ti.

Here are the device ID of those new cards:

NVIDIA_DEV.1244.01 = "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti"
NVIDIA_DEV.1083.01 = "NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590"

The GTX 590 will be based on two GF110 GPUs while the GTX 550 Ti will be powered by a GF116 GPU.

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7 thoughts on “Dual-GPU GTX 590 and new Titanium GTX 550 Ti in new R266.77”

  1. Arun

    Well i feel Nvidia is more concerned about Tegra than Geforce now a days :( … Hope to see openCL 1.1 drivers from nvidia soon … i think its been a long time after the OpenCL 1.1 developer drivers they have not released any WHQL drivers for OpenCL 1.1 ..

  2. Squall Leonhart

    Fake

    none of the EVGA released kits included those devices in the inf.

  3. WacKEDmaN

    @squall: they did.. EVGA took them down tho for some reason, and also deleted all the threads about these drives from their forum

  4. JEskandari

    I thought they will release a GTS550 Ti and now
    they have decided to move it to GTX series

  5. Zorg

    Arun: Tegra is the only way to create a platform. This is more important for Nvidia then the GeForce line. They will earn much more profit from Tegra.

  6. Arun

    @Zorg Yes i know that .. Only thing is they should not forget about the Geforce…

    I can see Nvidia doing really well in the tablet market ..

  7. Squall Leonhart

    “@squall: they did.. EVGA took them down tho for some reason, and also deleted all the threads about these drives from their forum”

    No, they didnt. i downloaded all of the 266.77 versions and none of them have the specified devices in the inf files.

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