Dual-Radeon X1600 to hit the streets in April

By Justin Mann on March 24, 2006, 3:22 PM
The first video card touting two Radeon GPUs on a single PCB has been made available from GeCube. Utilizing the X1600 GPU and dubbed “Gemini”, the card is desgned to be used on any PCI-Ex motherboard, whether or not it supports SLI/Crossfire, due to a separate processor on the PCB that handles connecting the two. It has the capability for up to four video outputs, but exactly how the card performs or how the software will interact with it isn't made clear. ATI is helping GeCube develop a custom driver for the card, which will supposedly be available as soon as next month. Soon, perhaps, we'll even see a dual-core GPU.

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