“Remember the Gemini 3 from GECUBE? If not, let us refresh your memory. The Gemini 3 is the second dual GPU card from GECUBE, the previous one was the Gemini 2 and it was based on a pair of Radeon X1650 XTs. The Gemini 3 features a pair of Radeon HD 2600 XT GPUs and they’re clocked at 800MHz. Each GPU is paired with 256MB of 500MHz DDR2 memory (1GHz effectively).
This might not sound like anything all too remarkable so far, but it seems like GECUBE will beat all the other AMD partners that are working on dual GPU cards, this by simply being the first to market. GECUBE is expecting the Gemini 3 to be available in retail some time next month, but we weren’t given an exact launch date or a price for that matter.”
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- Sapphire Radeon HD 2400 XT video card review @ Elite Bastards
- Sapphire Radeon HD 2900 XT 512MiB @ HEXUS
- HIS 2900XT vs. BFG 8800GTX @ 3dGameMan
- VisionTek ATI HD 2400 Pro Review @ Ninjalane
- Palit HD 2600 XT – Speed vs Memory @ TweakTown
- HIS Radeon HD 2600 Pro IceQ Turbo 512MB @ HotHardware
- Sapphire Radeon HD 2400 XT + HD 2600 XT @ TweakTown
- Swiftech MCW-60 @ Bjorn3D
- Leadtek WinFast PX8500 GT THD Extreme Review @ Madshrimps
Two GPUs for you
GECUBE is back with the Gemini 3, two overclocked HD2600XT cards in one. It gives you a chance to essentially run 2 cards while taking up one slot and a lot less space. It will be interesting to see if this board can be run in Crossfire before the new Quad-GPU support of the upcoming AMD 790 chipset. Get a good look at this board, and what it can do, at TweakTown.