This is a nVidia GeForce 7950 GX2 graphics card.
It has two GPUs on two PCBs and takes up two slots on your mainboard. It has one gigabyte of memory. And if you feel like spending even more money you can get a second one to make yourself an SLI, two gigabyte, quad-GPU über card.
Stratford is a small town and while there are plenty of gamers around, there just aren’t all that many who have $700 to drop on a single graphics card. So when I get to build a system around one of these I get excited and take pictures. Y’know, to help you imagine what it would be like have something awesome like this in your own computer. To help me imagine, too. I can’t afford stuff like this. But you just know I’m going to have to test it…
There are those who game and those who game well.
The core of the system. The CPU is an Intel Core 2 Duo E6600. SLI wasn’t asked for, but with a graphics card like this why would you bother?
The pair of heatsink fans are whisper quiet at the idle and not all that much louder under load. A warm draft comes off them at all times.