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ASUS MARS 295 Limited Edition: Bring Crysis to Its Knees

by bradiger   May 29, 2009 at 4:44PM  |  Views: 147

When you absoutely, positively, must have the fastest video card on the block, Asus has designed a monstrosity just for you.

The ASUS Mars 295 Limited Edition is quite the unique beast, rocking a pair of GTX 285 chips that are viewed by Windows as a GeForce GTX 295. All told, you're looking at 240 shader processors, a 512-bit GDDR3 memory interface, 32 total memory chips and 4 GIGS of RAM.

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It's probably safe to assume this puppy is going to set you back more than a few bucks when it hits the shelves later this year, but if you're even entertaining the notion of buying a 4 gig video card that looks like a spaceship, money is probably not a concern. [TechPowerUp]

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