Galaxy sub-brand KFA2
has recently shown off a prototype of a dual-GPU Fermi-based graphics card, which also features a flashy white PCB.
The card's colossal PCB is packed with the VRM circuitry needed to control the two Fermi GPUs, and it also comes equipped with four fancy NEC Proadlizer capacitors on the back.
The keen eyed among you may notice that the prototype board pictured below sports a pair of GF104 GPUs, similar to those found on GeForce GTX 460 cards. However, KFA2
claims that this is because it originally developed the card for the GF104 chip. The company says it's since decided to upgrade the card's GPUs to the GF114 chip found on new GeForce GTX 560 Ti
wouldn’t say why it made this change, but it could be an attempt to get a step ahead of EVGA, who recently announced
a dual-GPU card based on GF104 GPUs.
The as yet un-named card looks set to come equipped with four Nvidia Surround-compatible DVI outputs, as well as a bonus single mini-HDMI output. The card will also sport a healthy 2GB of GDDR5 memory and beefy 8+2 power phases to keep everything running smoothly.
We’ve yet to see any images of the beast that’s going to be asked to cool this card but KFA2
has stated that it will be a triple-fan (and probably triple-slot) cooler.
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