ASUS ROG MARS 760 pictured

Published: Nov 16th 2013, 15:26 GMT


Here is the first picture of the upcoming ASUS ROG MARS 760.

ROG MARS 760 is equipped with two GK104-425 GPUs offering a total of 2304 CUDA cores. Both processors are connected through PLX PEX8747 chip, delivering the best possible performance for such configuration. MARS will also support Quad-SLI.

There’s also a new picture released by HardwareLuxx showing its PCB. You can see Kepler GK104 GPU, the PLX chip and 12-phase DIGI+ VRM. Card will require two 8-pin power connectors.

Now let me give you a glimpse of what ROG MARS is going to offer. It has a dual-fan DirectCU II cooling solution with a heat sink for each GPU, a backplate, and even a glowing MARS logo.

From what I’ve heard, ROG MARS 760 is faster than all single-GPU cards. How will it perform in comparison to GTX 690 and HD 7990? You need to wait till Tuesday to know.

ASUS ARES 760 PCB ASUS ROG MARS 760 heat sinks

Source: HardwareLuxx, ROG ASUS

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