Aiming to prove that they have more bounce in Taiwan, Asus has officially announced at Computex 2011 its newest dual-GPU uber-card, the Mars II model which packs two GF110 40nm GPUs and 3GB of GDDR5 memory.
Seen below, Asus' highly-customized and overclocking-craving card takes up three PCI slots, has a dual-fan cooler (plus a backplate), and an extended PCB with 20-phase power (8+2 per each GPU/memory setup), Super Alloy components, three 8pin PCIe power connectors, two Proadlizer chips, and a button that keeps the fans working at 100%.
The Mars II includes dual-DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort outputs and has a GPU clock of 772 MHz, 1024 CUDA Cores @ 1544 MHz, a 2 x 384-bit memory interface, and a memory frequency of 4000 MHz. Only 1,000 such cards will be made, their release date being scheduled for July. Not much time to save up (the Mars II should cost $1,0000), fortunately we've got two kidneys.