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Thursday, December 11, 2008
Nvidia to Showcase Dual-GPU Graphics Card at CES


Nvidia is expected to release<

Although Nvidia has not confirmed the product and of course its specifications, the VR-Zone web site has posted a photo of the upcoming graphics card, the GeForce GTX 295 according to the report.



The massive graphics card will be powered by two GT200 GPUS (55nm). If the specific photo is real, the graphics card has two DVI and 1 HDMI ports, and it is powered by a 8+6 pins power connector.

The web site also speculates that it will have 480 (240?2) stream processors, a memory bus width of 896 bit (448bitx2) and a memory size is 1792MB DDR3 (896MBx2).

Releaseing such a massive graphics card would make sense for Nvidia, since rival AMD has been offering the HD4870 X2 dual-GPU solution for quite some time now.


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