The Inquirer reports that ATI is preparing to bring their dual GPU "Gemini" technology to the company's refresh of their flagship R580 GPU. Here, two GPU's will be placed on a single PCB allowing for Quad-Crossfire configurations using standard dual PCI-Express graphics card slots. A few years back, ATI did a similar thing with their "MAXX" series of Rage graphics chipsets. It will certainly be interesting to see how history repeats itself with a "MAXX" series of R590 GPU's.
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