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 comments

  • 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 ..

  • Squall Leonhart

    Fake

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

  • WacKEDmaN

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

  • JEskandari

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

  • 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.

  • 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 ..

  • 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.