While this is definitely not the dual-GPU NVIDIA Fermi-based graphics card that many people have been eagerly awaiting, EVGA have just revealed the very interesting GeForce GTX 460 2Win. This beastly new graphics card combines two GeForce GTX 460 GPU’s on a single PCB. With a combined 672 CUDA cores, 700Mhz GPU clock, 1400Mhz Shader clock, and a 3600Mhz 2×256-bit 2048MB GDDR5 memory interface (good for 230.4GB/sec), this new model definitely has the specs to go toe-to-toe with NVIDIA’s flagship GeForce GTX 580 GPU.
While the GTX 460 2WIN obviously has the potential to be a real speed demon, what should really excite users is its multi-monitor and 3D gaming capabilities. Thanks to its twin GPU’s, the GTX 460 2Win can not only power triple monitor gaming setups, but it also supports NVIDIA 3D Surround. These are two features that otherwise require two single-GPU cards in an SLI configuration to function. Those who are more productivity minded will be glad to know that this card can actually power four displays, thanks its the three DVI-I and single mini-HDMI outputs.
Coming in at just under one foot, this 11.5-inch monster features the brand new triple-fan cooler design that EVGA showed off during CES 2011. EVGA lists the card’s availability as “Coming soon!” and its price has not yet been revealed either.
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