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Old 9th March 2011
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Default AMD claims 'fastest graphics card in the world'

From http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/03...adeon_hd_6990/

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AMD has unveiled a dual-GPU, easily overclockable, 3D-capable, DirectX 11–supporting consumer graphics card that it claims is "the fastest graphics card in the world".
Unfortunately the card is not cheap, and you will have to shop for a new power supply as well .....

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The card is available immediately at a suggested retail price of $699, but make sure your system has the juice it needs to support it: according to Anandtech, their test system running an overclocked 6990 sucked up as much as 684 watts.
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