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Windows 7: Asus squeezes a fanless dual-GPU Radeon 290x card into a single slot

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Asus squeezes a fanless dual-GPU Radeon 290x card into a single slot

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As graphics cards have become ever more powerful we’ve seen them move to a form factor that takes up the space of two slots on your motherboard. It’s required to fit in the necessary cooling for all that processing power. However, Asus is bucking the trend and has managed to produce a single-slot dual-GPU card thanks to the use of a water block as standard.
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