PowerColor today said it "aims to blow gamers' minds" with its very first dual-GPU solution with AMD's Bart XT graphics engine, the PowerColor HD6870X2. As the name implies, this dual-GPU graphics card sports two 6870 graphics chips under its dual-fan cooling apparatus. That equates to 2,240 stream processing units and 4.03 teraFLOPS of computing power.
The GPU cores cruise along at 900MHz and 2GB of GDDR5 memory at 1050MHz (4.2Gbps). To keep instability from rearing its ugly head, PowerColor's cooling solution consists of 'Heat Pipe Direct Touch (HDT)' technology with six flattened heat pipes directly over the GPU. This, PowerColor claims, dissipates heat 50 times better than a regular copper base.
No official word on price, though according to news and rumor site Fudzilla, PowerColor plans to sell the card for around $450.