The Asus brand is a true beast of race with his March III to the Republic Of Gamers range card, a GTX 680 led bi hormones.
ASUS takes advantage of the Computex 2012 to expose a prototype of its future graphics ultra high-end ROG (Republic Of Gamer), March III series.
This power monster has two GPU GK104 as on the 690 NVIDIA GTX but they could see their overclockées by Asus frequencies, the manufacturer however would not expand on the subject for the moment.
Each bullet would allocate 4 GB of GDDR5 on a 256 bit bus for a total of 8 GB of RAM on the map, a good point to mount in high definitions. March III type three axial fan heatpipe cooling system which has the advantage of not occupy only two slots, it is efficient to effectively cool the concentrate of technology.
Feed the beast, it requires be connected to three PCI-e 8-pin catch what just the extreme overclockers that will also find a small red button right next to the pins to launch three turbines to 100% instantly. The rear angle of the map includes four video outputs with three Dual-Link DVI ports and a mini DisplayPort, to engage in the 3D Vision Surround on three screens of 1920 by 1200 pixels.
The Asus March III should be manufactured in very limited, normal amount given its tariff coming higher than a GTX included therefore 690 in the range between 1300 and €1400 (Ouch). And in SLI it gives what? It's beautiful dream sometimes!