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Old 16-07-10, 02:52 PM
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OC3D Sneaky Peak! Asus Mars II - Dual GTX480

Just when we thought we had seen everything, Asus are back with something truly insane.

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Old 16-07-10, 02:54 PM
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ROFL... No way.. Just... NO FRICKING WAY.

Feelin' hot hot hot.

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Old 16-07-10, 02:59 PM
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O.K now I have picked myself up from the floor and stopped laughing..

I can see 6 memory chips in and around the GPU. Doing some quick maths then..

256mbx6 = 1536mb per card.

512mbx6 = 3072mb per card.

LOL it can't be the latter, surely? I can't see how they could get 384mb chunks of ram?
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Old 16-07-10, 03:00 PM
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thats just epic
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Old 16-07-10, 03:05 PM
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Ares had ram on the back of the board too....
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Aye good shout Tom. I just wish I actually had the cash one day to get a MARS/ARES type card. To own a piece of hardware history would be awesome. I shudder to think what Asus will have to do to tame the thermal output of this. A custom watercooling solution perhaps? Seems a plausable option to me. Let the drooling commence.
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Ah OK Tom I see...

Could well be sat in a billet sandwich
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Old 16-07-10, 03:43 PM
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epicness i didnt think this would come around for a long time till they sorted the heat problems out but damn asus just hit one outta the park i can deinately see this card being a fully thick triple slot card to cool those mofo's down
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Old 16-07-10, 04:27 PM
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Anyone want to buy my two 480, now that does it I’m committing suicide tonight
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Old 16-07-10, 04:28 PM
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lol i wouldnt start so fast mate if this is anything to go by its gonna outprice the ares easily i think
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