TweakTown has been sent an exclusive picture of the new Gemini 3 Radeon HD card from GeCube and it's looking hot.
Although we haven't received a lot of information about this card so far, we should have a lot more information coming your way shortly.
What you can tell from the picture is that it's a dual slot solution, it has a massive copper cooler and it has four DVI connector. Yes, that's four DVI on one card.
Remember that this card is using two GPU's, hence two DVI connectors per card. There doesn't seem to be a TV out connector, but it's too hard to see from the angle the card is at. The two top DVI connectors seems to be soldered to a small PCB which is then connected to the graphics card.
The GPU's are Radeon HD 2600 XT's, although the memory used is most likely going to be GDDR3, but again, this is something we'll come back with more information about once we find out later this week. We're also missing potential clock speeds of this card, but hopefully GeCube has got it up to at least reference card speeds if not higher.
Finally, this is what the card looks like and you can click on the picture for a larger version.
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