At a presentation on Fusion in Singapore, Matt Skynner, Corporate Vice President and General Manager of AMD’s GPU Division, showed off the company’s forthcoming bi-GPU graphics card: the Radeon HD 6990.
Not really any technical info, but note on the photos taken by the Japanese site 4gamer.net
that the power supply on this prototype uses, as expected, six and eight-pin connectors. Connectivity is limited to a single DVI port and four mini Display Ports, which leaves a larger opening for the expulsion of hot air.
The change in design on the cooling block is what sticks out most, with the fan seemingly still a blower type and situated in betweent the two GPUs, with the hot air generated by the GPU at the back of the card coming back into the box. This system should give more even and efficient cooling of the card.
The Radeon HD 6990 is expected before the end of the first quarter of 2011.