ASUS MARS II DUAL GTX 580 Graphic Card

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The world fastest and most powerful graphic card ever built by ASUS. This huge monster Republic of gamer’s limited edition graphic card is built with twin NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 and 3GB of GDDR5 video memory. Its twin GeForce GTX 580 cores and 3GB of GDDR5 video memory translates into the excellent performance that gamers are always seeking.

The ASUS Mars 2 is enormous graphic card that is 13” in length, 6.2” in height and 2.5”thick. You can also see two massive 12cm cooling fans. These huge fans push more than 600% more air flow. The back of the card has a back plate that helps absorbs heats, reducing Printed Circuit Board bending by reinforcing the circuit board and looks great and they is also Super Alloy Power that keeps noise on the card low for improved stability and over clocking. Their 21 power phrases need plenty of power to run. ASUS has three 8-pin PCle video card power connector on top edge of the card. The little red button to the right of the connector has a fan on it and text says “100%”.this button gives you ability to run the fans at 100% without the needs of the software.

This graphic card is BIG. It consumes three PCI expansion slots. Back panel reveals Display port, HDMI and DVI connector. However the price for ASUS MARS 2 is suggested to be 1000 for each card.

• Fastest Graphic card on Earth

• Copper heat pipes and Dual 12cm fans provide extremely quiet cooling with up to 600% more airflow.

• Limited Edition only 1000 card made worldwide

• Enjoy advanced computing experience

Is it worth buying it? Do anyone need it that powerful graphic card or is it just waste of money?

Whoever is going to buy this card either have or are looking into possibility of multi displaying gaming.

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