Chinese website Expreview.com posted some scintillating pics of a Zotac brand GeForce GTX 460 videocard like no other. Unlike every other GTX 460 board, Zotac's card comes with two GPUs on a single PCB.
Whether Zotac plans to actually the ship the thing or is just playing around isn't yet known. But what we do know is that the card features two GF104 GPUs connected via an NF200 bridge chip, two 8-pin power connectors, and 1GB of GDDR5 per core for a total or 2GB or memory.
If Zotac were to actually release something like this, it would be interesting to see what price point the company settles on. Keep in mind Nvidia recently dropped the price of its GTX 460 part (and GTX 470) in an attempt to steal some thunder from AMD's Radeon HD 6800 series launch.