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EVGA GeForce GTX 460 2Win is a Dual-Fermi Card

By - Source: Tom's Hardware US | B 4 comments

Two GPUs are better than one, right? Certainly.

EVGA today took the wraps off of its dual GPU video card, which takes two GeForce GTX 460 chips and puts them into one. EVGA is calling it the "2Win," which is kind of cute.

In terms of specs, you've got the 700 MHz GPU, 672 CUDA Cores, 400 MHz RAMDAC. It packs 2048 MB of 512 bit GDDR5 running at 3600 MHz (effective) with 230.4 GB/s memory bandwidth.

To power this bad boy, you're going to need a minimum of a 700 Watt power supply and two available 8-pin PCI-E power dongles. The EVGA recommends a minimum power supply with +12 Volt current rating of 46 Amps.

Feast your eyes on more pictures of it below:

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    acer0169 , 13 March 2011 17:37
    Sexual :| no longer am I looking to upgrade to 460SLI
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    halodude23 , 13 March 2011 18:39
    Wtf that card is freaking LONG AS HELL
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    swamprat , 14 March 2011 19:13
    The vent at the back looks quite small - so most of that heat sits in the case? It seems to be an interesting trend with the "nail more cores to the board and damn the torpedoes" approach
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    flaminggerbil , 15 March 2011 02:51
    Bloody hell that's huge. Shame that almost all non-standard gpu coolers nowadays exhaust most air internally.