GeForce GTX 690 Requires 650W PSU

Published: Apr 10th 2012, 03:31 GMT

I wondered whether I should post this or not, because this information is not very detailed. Apparently some new leaks about GeForce GTX 690 are surfacing, but not bringing anything new with it.

According to Expreview new GTX 690 will require two 8-pin power connectors, that is because it will consume lots of Watts (so much that recommended PSU is at least 650W). That would be all from ‘fresh’ news. The rest is already known for some time, at least we knew it. GTX 690 will be based on dual-GK104, it will utilize a PCI-Express 3.0-compilant bridge chip to connect both GPUs. This card is being prepared as a response to Radeon HD 7990, which is still being prepared by AMD.

You can always check our website with the newest leaks about specifications.

Two weeks ago, a picture of dual-gpu based PCB was posted online, but it is blurry and some people say it is actually photoshoped EVGA GeForce GTX 560 Ti 2WIN Edition. You can compare some dual-gpu based GeForce cards in our earlier post.

Other specifications were not confirmed, also price and release date is still not known. Some leaks suggest that this card could be released in May.

GeForce GTX 690 Requires At Least 650W PSU

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