Not many details were shared in terms of specs. Judging by the apparent power and cooling requirements, Tech Report speculates that it may house a pair of GF110 GPUs, clocked somewhat lower than on the GTX 580, but Hexus claims to have confirmed it'll be based on two GF104 chips (found on the GTX 460). Other than that they say it will carry 2GB of memory, support three-monitor Surround Vision gaming out of the box, and cost less than a flagship GTX 580.
We’ll have to wait for an official confirmation, but if Hexus is on the money then this isn’t the card that is expected to go against AMD's upcoming dual-GPU Radeon HD 6990 (Antilles). Still, we know what a pair of GeForce GTX 460 in SLI are capable of so if EVGA gets the pricing right this could be a real winner.