Dual GPU Fury Graphics Card PCB photo

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    project quantum is really cool i like it , but im stick my 970 sli and save my money now wait next year see what nvidia bring to table with pascal and hbm
     
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    This sounds and looks nice, 295x2 showed us great performance, now this will be even better. I just hope this will be under $1000 price range with watercooler of course :)
     
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    Evildead666 Maha Guru

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    Could be lucky :)
     

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    Don't the dual gpu cards usually cost more than the two separate ones? This is going to be one expensive beast.
     
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    Launch price for R9 295X was $1499. I expect something similar this time.
     
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    So the chips themselves will have to be underclocked compared to the single chip cards or this thing will need to come with its own power supply. I don't see how just two PCI-e connectors will do.

    Is the top of that new alien PC thing this board was in a giant heatsink?
     
  8. CalculuS

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    It would be hilarious to see 2 8pins and 1 6 pin or something stupid like that.
     
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    just keep going green and let nvidia laugh at you all the way to the bank.
     
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    Yeah I see this launching around $1500 bucks or so. I really don't see a reason for this card considering there is no dual GPU Maxwell card. I mean this might be the card for 4K gaming however we will have to wait until the benchmarks are released which could be a couple of months.
     

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    wow, cant get how small it is!
     
  12. ruiner13

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    That's what she said...

    (Sorry...)
     
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    very cool
     
  14. theoneofgod

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    Crossfire...

    *Shudders
     
  15. ScoobyDooby

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    Same here. There is not much reason for us to spend any $ atm. Our systems with 970s are right there with the 980ti and Fury X. I too will be waiting till next year to see what unfolds.
     

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