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460x2, 560Tix2, 590, 690, but no 790, 890 or 990?

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magellan

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My question is why did Nvidia come out w/dual-GPU 46x, 56x, 590 and 690 parts then just basically give up on dual-GPU parts altogether?

Could the Titan-Z be considered the equivalent of the GTX 790?

Does anyone think Asus will come out w/their own GTX 990 dual GPU part (after all, they did it for Kepler)?
 

EarthDog

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Titan Z was a dual GPU on a stick, correct.

No clue about ASUS, but I highly doubt they are coming out with anything else Kepler based considering Pascal is already here. Also, Titan Z is Kepler so................. you already answered yourself there. ;)
 
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magellan

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Titan Z was a dual GPU on a stick, correct.

No clue about ASUS, but I highly doubt they are coming out with anything else Kepler based considering Pascal is already here. Also, Titan Z is Kepler so................. you already answered yourself there. ;)

I think ASUS came out w/a Kepler based dual GPU card before the Titan-Z, I think it was the Mars 760. Then there was the GTX 760x2 so I guess there were Kepler based dual GPU cards.
 

EarthDog

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The Asus mars 760 is a 760x2. I don't think there was another AIB that made a 760x2. So again... Titan Z was one (made by nvidia), and ASUS made the Mars 760.

Asus will not be putting out anything else for kepler.