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Leaked info on Nvidia’s GTX 690 (dual-GPU) graphics card

Nvidia’s latest graphics card, the GTX 680, has been the hype all over the internet. Now it appears information on its next graphics card, the GTX 690, has hit the streets.

The Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 will be a dual-GPU card based on the GK104 28nm core, dual 8-pin ports, three DVI ports and Mini Display Port. Like the GTX 680, the GTX 690 will also feature Adaptive Vertical Synchronization and the GPU Boost technology. Rumors also suggests a clock speed of 703Mhz with a 730 MHz Boost clock speed.

The minimum PSU requirement will be 650W, support for TXAA technology and PCIe 3.0.

via expreview

 


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