Now that AMD has become a real contender in the high-end graphics market with their recently released dual-GPU Radeon HD 3870 X2 cards, Nvidia is getting ready for their next move and has finally revealed the clock speeds of the upcoming GeForce 9800 GX2 to their partners.

According to VR-Zone, the card will be clocked at 600MHz for core, 1.5GHz for shaders and 1GHz for memory – thus, performance is estimated to be just slightly higher than two GeForce 8800GT in SLI configuration. In addition, the card will offer a total of 256 stream processors, along with a total of 1GB of GDDR3 RAM. While originally poised to launch later this month, the new dual-GPU card is now reportedly set to launch on March 11.