Asus has pulled the wraps off what it claims to be the world's fastest single graphics card. The video card is called the Ares and is part of the Republic of Gamers line at Asus.
The video card has dual ATI 5870 GPUs on a single video card combined with 4GB of GDDR5RAM. Asus promises that the card is 30% faster than the standard ATI 5970 video card. The Ares uses a custom PCB and high quality electrical components.
Cooling is handled by a copper heat sink, high flow fan, and a metal fan shroud. The cooling solution is powerful enough to support further overclocking according to Asus. Pricing and availability are unknown, but this will be an expensive product.
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