EVGA Signature Geforce GTX 690 with Crysis & Battlefield 3 gameplay

IMAG1162 Nvidia’s GTX 690 cards I a behemoth of a card, it pretty much is two GTX 680 stacked together. This car dpacks a total of 4GB of DDR5 ram. NVIDIA’s Kepler GPU architecture has been designed from the ground up not just for maximum performance in the latest DirectX 11 games, but optimal performance per watt. The new SMX streaming multiprocessor is twice as efficient as the prior generation and the new geometry engine draws triangles twice as fast. Anti-aliasing smoothes out jagged edges but can be demanding on framerates. FXAA is a new antialiasing technology that produces beautiful smooth lines with minimal performance impact. And with Kepler based GPUs, you’ll be able to enable FXAA in hundreds of game titles through the NVIDIA Control Panel. The second mode, TXAA, is an in-game option that combines MSAA, temporal filtering, and post processing for even higher visual fidelity.

We got a chance to run the new GTX 690 from EVGA and we have two games demoed, Crysis and Battlefield 3. The system rig is

Intel Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition Hexa-Core Processor 3.3 GHz 15 MB Cache LGA 2011

32GB of Ram