Galaxy has crammed two 55nm G92 GPUs on one PCB.
As of late, we've heard quite a bit about Nvidia's Fermi-based GF100 video card and the release of ATI's DirectX 11-compatible offerings.
However, Experview has learned that Galaxy is working on a dual-core graphics card that uses an older generation of Nvidia technology: two 55nm G92 GPUs--each with 128 processing cores--on a single PCB.
According to the site, each GPU is provided with a dedicated 1 GB of GDDR3 memory (16 pieces of 0.8ns DRAM chips total), and a 256-bit memory interface. The PCB itself is blue and looks rather long, housing a PCIe bridge chip (nForce 200 BR-03), and dual-DVI outputs. Even though the G92 chips are Quad SLI-capable, there are no SLI fingers for expansion.
Realistically, we're simply talking about a 9800 GX2 that's been rebadged.
It's currently unknown if Galaxy intends to push this dual-GPU design into mass production. However, given the two-generation-old technology, this card is simply too little, too late.