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Asus to ship a Dual Geforce 6800 Ultra card?

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Mammoth PCB for Mammoth Performance

"ENTHUSIAST website Xtremesystems has yet another exclusive after the Athlon 4200+, with a photo of an Asus card featuring two Dual Geforce 6800 Ultra on a huge blue PCB. It's not known whether the card will actually be shipped or if it is a demonstration card."

"The PCB itself is at least twice the size of existing products and contrasts with the tendency of manufacturers to cram everything on minimal surface area. The card features two DVI ports and works on a PCI Express slot. Cebit 2005 promises to be very interesting this year. Thanks to Fanatico for this one."

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