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NVIDIA Unveils GeForce GTX 690 Graphics Card!

30 April 2012 5,888 views No Comment

NVIDIA just unveiled world’s fastest consumer graphics card, GeForce GTX 690. Powered by dual Kepler architecture-based GeForce GPUs, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 graphics card is meticulously designed to deliver most refined, elegant, and smooth PC gaming experience possible. In addition to robust performance, GeForce GTX 690 features a a bold industrial design.

GeForce GTX 690 Graphics Card

“The GTX 690 is truly a work of art — gorgeous on the outside with amazing performance on the inside,” said Brian Kelleher, senior vice president of GPU engineering at NVIDIA. “Gamers will love playing on multiple screens at high resolutions with all the eye candy turned on. And they’ll relish showing their friends how beautiful the cards look inside their systems.”

Engineered to take users’ gaming performance to next level, GTX 690 boasts an array of innovative technologies complemented by sleek materials and exotic design. Its exterior frame made from trivalent chromium-plated aluminum, which provides superb strength and durability. Card’s fan housing made from a thixomolded magnesium alloy, offering excellent heat dissipation and vibration dampening.

Featuring dual vapor chambers, low-profile components, and ducted baseplate channels ensure reliable performance. This graphics card delivers awesome gaming performance for ultimate gaming setups – thanks to 3,072 NVIDIA CUDA cores. With multimonitor NVIDIA Surround configurations, GeForce GTX 690 offers close to double the frame rates of closest single GPU product – GTX 680. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 GPU will be available in limited quantities starting May 2012 for $999.

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