While Galaxy products may be hard to find in North America, the company is incredibly popular in most of the Asain and European markets and as is developing a graphics card with a one of a kind design.
Rumour from Expreview has it that the company is stepping out from the NVIDIA design shell and producing a unique Dual GPU GTS250 graphics cards, the first and only of its kind.
The two GPU’s are hosted on a single PCB and utilize the low power G92-426 chip design to bring down the overall consumption. Each GPU hosts 1GB GDDR3 memory for 2GB total and a 256-bit memory interface. Bridging the gap is an nForce 200 ( BR-04) SLI chip. The card features a 9-phase digital PWM circuit powered by 2-PCI-E 6 pin connectors.
Unfortunately there is no SLI attachment, meaning those with hopes of a Quad SLI GTS250 setup will be disappointed.
No word on a release date or pricing has been heard.