More pics have trickled into the interwibble today showing off the card from different angles. Jump ahead to get a better view of this two chip monster!
And this two chip monster can be all yours for a monster price! ;-)
I miss the days of PC Gaming, but it got too expensive for me to keep up with XD
True. 4 cards which require a lot of space and energy. Not sure, if this is progress at last.
That card is so beastly. Man I bet that they still will not be able to beat crysis. Get ready to fork over an arm and a leg for one of these just imagine two of them.
Looks like nVidia took some good nods from their work on the PS3.
I'm surprised that the card isn't packing a displayport connector. Nvidia are apparently big supporters of the new standard and its the kinda thing I would have expected the ultra hardcore PC gamers to wanna use, especially as the new Dell 30 inch screen is toting one.
Other than that, jesus that thing is huge, I'm surprised that there are cases (and motherboards, that must block some sockets) big enough to fit one into never mind 2 in SLI.
SO I guess this is where the term "creative wiring" comes into play.
id still rather get the radeon 3870 x2's 2 of them would cost as much as one of these..
This is definitely going over the line of bonkers for size and overall ott.
The power supply companies would love you and you'd have environmentalists at your door wondering why you have no ozone layer above your house.
I thought the Voodoo 6000 was bad.
you can expect the price to be around $550-$650 cos this card is a replacement for the "8800 Ultra", so it shud'nt be any more than that. Besides, it could be a lot more cheaper since there's some stiff competition from ATI with their 3870 GX2. We all know what competition did to the 8800GT and its prices.
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