Earlier this year there were images of a dual graphics processor on a single card solution from Asus. Proudly displayed on their wall was a dual 6800 ultra card. The card, which is roughly the size of 3DFX 5500 cards, is a monster. To fit it into a standard mid tower ATX case, the user would have to forego the use of one of the HDD locations due to its length.
This card is not only a monster in size but in terms of power - we're not talking about performance power, here, but wattage consumption. When asked about power consumption Project Manager Rick Yu said "the card minimally consumes 230 W." While in an idle state, this card could conceivably devour small power supplies.
- Computex 2005
- Abit Ready For ACON5
- AData: DDR2-1066 Ready
- Dual 6800 Ultra Graphics Board
- ATI MVP Aka CrossFire
- DFI: New O.C. Party Motherboard Series
- ECS: PF88 Motherboard Supports P4, Pentium D, Pentium M, Athlon 64, X2 And Turion 64
- FSP: Blue Storm Or Green Power?
- GeIL: CAS 1.5 DDR400, DDR650 And Carbon Fiber DImms
- Gigabyte Showing Dual 6800 Ultra
- Intel: No Word Of The P4 Anymore
- Kingmax Showing Highest Clock Speed Memory
- Microsoft Is Here, Too
- MSI 64, Now!
- Turion 64 Notebook
- RX800 Dual Features Both AGP & PCI Express
- NVIDIA G70 Cards Spotted
- Transcend Showing DDR2-800 DImms
- XGI Shows Volari 8300 And 8600
- Fanless HD Cooler