Nvidia to Soon Launch a Dual-GPU Flagship GeForce GTX Graphics Card
A new report has emerged online claiming that Nvidia could soon launch a dual-GPU flagship graphics card aimed at ultra enthusiast class. Based on the Maxwell graphics microarchitecture and featuring two GM200 class GPUs, the upcoming monster is alleged be the company’s fastest GeForce GTX graphics card ever!
According to a report from WCCFtech, Nvidia conducted a “secret” meeting last week that was held in New York City, where the dual-GPU graphics card was shown off to a select members of the press. Review samples of the new card have been issued since then, so it shouldn’t take long for the product to go official.
Talking about the dual GPU cards from Nvidia, they have always been the company’s premium offerings. Currently, GM200 is the biggest and most powerful chip manufactured by the GPU maker, which is already powering the GeForce GTX Titan X and the GTX 980 Ti.
Both the cards deliver extreme performance that allows gamers to enjoy a smooth gaming experience even at 4K and higher resolutions.
NVIDIA’s dual-GPU Maxwell card will compete against AMD’s upcoming R9 Fury X2 dual-GPU Fiji XT, which is also expected to arrive soon. The competition will be tough, and we can only wait and watch to see which graphics card bests the other.
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