This is the most powerful GPU that Nvidia makes. It can run Crysis 2 on its maximum settings — all bells and whistles — at a creamy 58 FPS. And it contains dual-GPUs, 28nm Kepler architecture, 3,072 CUDA parallel processing cores and a fan that spins at 3000rpm. The GTX 690’s casing consists of trivalent chromium-plated aluminum, new magnesium alloy fan housing, nickel-plated fins and dual vapor chambers.
It’s practically a beast, yet is going to quietly reside on the insides of your next gaming computer. And by installing two GeForce GTX 690s in your PC in Quad SLI Mode, you can have four graphic processing units working in unison, starting May 3rd when it’s released. The price of a single GeForce GTX 690? $1,000.
The price of power, indeed. Via: Nvidia