NVIDIA Partners show experimental video cards with 4 cores GK104
During the last event Computex 2012 many hardware manufacturers showed us awesome products as the monstrous video card dual-GPU based on the most powerful GPUs from Nvidia and AMD, but without doubt the most impressive demonstrations occurred in the shadows, behind the curtains and away from the flashing cameras.
These demonstrations “top-secret” some Nvidia partners showed some prototypes of titanic video cards made up of no less than four GPUs Nvidia GeForce GTX 680 “GK104″ internal SLI connected, these prototypes were made up of two pcb (Printed Circuit Board ), each with two GPUs GK104, a configuration reminiscent of the fondly remembered video card dual-GPU / dual-PCB “sandwich” Geforce GTX 295.
Beyond that the rest are unknown to your specifications, but probably the four GPUs operating at frequencies lower than the GeForce GTX 690 . Presumably, this video card will hold four eight-pin connectors and a 600W TDP from 800W.
Probably a product like this does not make much sense for the gamer segment, so most likely be released if it is aimed at servers and workstations under the Tesla brand, so you could hypothetically Tesla called K40.
Link: VIDEO CARDS ON PILOT HAD FOUR-PROCESSOR COMPUTEX GK104 (Xtreview)Tags: card, dual-PCB, gk104, GPGPU, gpu, kepler, Nvidia, pcb, Prototype, quad-GPU, sandwich, Tesla, video