EVGA Dual GeForce GTX 680 2WIN Gemini Showcased, Featuring 16 Phase PWM

Published: Jun 4th 2012, 14:23 GMT

If you thought that EVGA GTX 680 Classified is a powerful card, then you might not have heard about 2WIN Gemini version. Card is packed with 4GB GDDR5 memory and very powerful phase design. Is this the fastest card ever released?

First of all, this is a dual-gpu graphics card. It’s based on two Kepler GK104 GPUs, just like GeForce GTX 690, but EVGA’s model will be featuring higher clocks. Surprisingly, this card requires four slots on motherboard. It’s equipped with a very powerful 8+8+8 power section design with 16 Phase PWM. If that’s not enough, it will feature higher clocks than GTX 690, so it’s up to this card or ASUS MARS III to take a crown of performance.

If you do not understand the importance of this information, then here’s a short memo for you:
You may just be looking at the most powerful card ever made.

I’m pretty sure that this will also be one of the most expensive cards too. More information will be available later.

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