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putting two GTX 480s or two GTX 470s on a single PCB  - PCstats.com putting two GTX 480s or two GTX 470s on a single PCB
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"What you are looking at is a prototype graphics card that pairs two of the Fermi-based GeForce GTX 470 GPUs on a single PCB. The small chip in the middle (green) is an nForce 200 PCIe bridge chip that converts the single PCIe x16 connection into a pair of connections, one to each GPU. Yes this is a beastly board and no they wouldn't tell me the power requirements of such a solution were."
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