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Monday, 22 November 2010 14:27

Nvidia's new dual-GPU card pixellized

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Referred to as the GTX 595

Chinese site enet.com.cn managed to score a picture of what appears to be the new Nvidia dual-GPU card. According to the post, the new dual-GPU card features two GF110 GPUs and has been referred to as the GTX 595.

Of course, the picture shows a reference design PCB of the prototype so something might change until this one shows its face in retail/e-tail. As for now, we are looking at a single PCB design with a total of 3GB of memory (1.5GB per GPU). The card needs two 8-pin PCI-Express power connectors and has a single SLI connector if someone decides to pair up two of these babies. Another detail is the placing of three DVI ports at the back, which means that it might have support for 3DVision Surround.

Unfortunately, it is still too early to talk about precise specifications as it would be purely speculative, but we guess that more info will show up pretty soon.

You can find the original post here.

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