ASUS shows images of their monstrous Mars III and Ares II
From Expreview we get more images of mars III, but not only for her but also for future ares II, the successor to the original ASUS Ares (composed of two AMD Radeon HD 5870 GPUs), and that breaks schemes ASUS for this type of product, the first time you will use the more powerful GPUs of the same generation, produced by Nvidia and AMD, for ASUS fashionable to throw one of them per year.
ASUS MARS III will consist of two GPUs Nvidia GeForce GTX 680 “GK104″ (still unknown end frequencies) each equipped with 4GB of graphics memory (8GB total) and interconnected by a PLX bridge PEX8747 (not use the Nvidia NF200 ); your PCB has 21 power phases. Simply stunning.
Both video cards are part of a limited edition, probably to 1000 units, as has become tradition in this product line. Another thing to mention is the new look that boast both products in relation to their previous editions, which now dominate the orange tones (Mars III) and yellow (Ares II) on a black base, which contrasts with the color red on a Black previous models.
Can see the images on the website of Expreview.
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