There are multiple correct answers to our question above, one of them being, "A massive 16-syllable graphics card, if counting EVGA into the equation (and 12 syllables if not)." But more than a long-winded name, the 560 Ti 2Win edition is a dual-GPU graphics card EVGA claims is 30 percent faster than a single GTX 580, and supports 3D surround to boot.
Packed underneath the three-fan cooling shroud are two GTX 560 Ti GPUs that, according to EVGA's own internal benchmarking, are capable of posting a score of nearly 8,000 in Futuremark's 3DMark 11 benchmark (EVGA's testbed consisted of an Intel 975 processor, EVGA X58 Classified motherboard, 3GB of DDR3 memory, and Windows 7).
The two GPUs are clocked at 850MHz, the shader clockspeed is 1700MHz, and the memory clockspeed is 4008MHz. It has three DVI ports for Nvidia 3D Surround plus a mini HDMI output.
Price and availability? EVGA is selling the card for $520 with a free copy of 3DMark 11 Advanced Edition thrown in. Not too bad if it's really faster than a GTX 580, which streets for around $490 and up (before rebates).