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Asus recently contacted us with an interesting 3D graphics product that was intended to be nothing more than a proof of concept. The product was affectionately named Trinity and though it didn't necessarily conjure up visions of leather-clad vigilante-dominatrix-hotties for us, it certainly did have an intriguing design and board build. The Asus Trinity prototype is built on a trio of AMD ATI Radeon HD 3850 GPUs in CrossFireX mode for tri-GPU performance in a single slot.
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