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ASUS Mars GTX 295 Smoothly Running Far Cry at 3840 x 2160 Pixels

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When Asus claims that their limited edition, Quad-SLI-capable ASUS Mars GTX 295 is the worlds' fastest graphics card, they are not kidding. Or at least that's what this video of Far Cry running at 3840 x 2160 pixels shows.

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According to Asus, each of these things are 21% faster than the fastest reference graphics card out there, with 240 pipelines to smoke 4GB of 512-bit GDDR3 RAM. These two, combined with SLI, they will let you play something like Far Cry at a ludicrous 2160p resolution.

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And it looks muscle car-engine good to boot. [Tweaktown]

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DISCUSSION

The presenter needs to check his facts. The GTX 295 is two GTX 275 cards (with slower clocks), not two 260s.

Also, is it just me, or does it appear there's only one 8 pin power cable in each GPU, plus some strange, very small red cable that looks in no way related to power? Where is it getting the massive amount of juice I'm sure it needs? *lights flicker*