Nvidia-exclusive add-in card maker EVGA has taken the occasion to show some of its new and upcoming products at this year’s CES. Among those is one that is bound to give AMD a run for its money: a new dual-GPU board that would presumably debut under the GeForce 500 family. The upcoming card has one SLI connector for quad-SLI setups, a dual-slot cooler with three fans, two 8-pin PCIe power connectors, and three DVI outputs.

Not many details were shared in terms of specs. Judging by the apparent power and cooling requirements, so if EVGA gets the pricing right this could be a real winner.