Dual GTX 460 Zotac Board Spotted on the Web

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PCLinuxguy

even with this technology $800 is a bit steep. Especially for only 1GB of GDDR5. Granted it'll be a total of 2 GB since it's two cards in one.. still maybe $600 would be a bit more plausible.  Though I'm guessing for a card like this, you'd need atleast a 1200 Watt PSU since this will probably require 600-800 Watts just for the card to run.

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Peanut Fox

Interesting

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Eoraptor

Well, if they go forward with this, it could hit a serious performance/price sweet spot, specially since it's looks shorter than the monster ATI card (pending heat sink of course), I mean, if you could grab this for $400 and SLI two such boards = quad SLI on the cheap. but I don't think putting these in 16x slots would out too much of a bottleneck.

Assuming they go forward with it

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Talcum X

Can a single PCIe slot handle that amount of info or will 2 descrete cards in SLI actually move more data?

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AndyYankee17

I'm not sure but I believe it can do more work because it has a faster connection between the two GPUs. Additionally it's more compatible, this can be used with an AMD northbridge.

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jlh304

Looks like it has it's sli bridge connection on the board.  Could make for a good setup if priced right, 4 GTX460 (regular GTX460 can only do 2 sli). 

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