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Monday, 30 July 2007 20:32

Galaxy working on dual GPU 8600GT

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One big card, two GPUs


It seems like Nvidia's partners aren't going to let the dual Radeon HD 2600 XT cards have an easy win, as Galaxy is working on a dual GeForce 8600GT card. Although we have no idea when this card is expected to be ready, it has some interesting features.

The cooler looks similar to that of the dual 7900-series cards that never really made it into the retail market and the card itself looks like it's bigger than the dual Radeon HD 2600 XT cards we've seen to date.

The card will have the GPU clocked at 650MHz and comes with 512MB of GDDR3 memory, 256MB per card and it's clocked at 2GHz.

Galaxy has gone for one DVI and one HDMI connector, which is an interesting setup. The card also features a TV-out connector and a 6-pin power connector,

The question is if it'll be worth the extra cost, or if a 320MB 8800GTS will be the better option.

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