GeCUBE showed off a dual mainstream graphics card at CeBIT and Computex and now ATI encourages other companies to use this RV570XT design as well.
The card is codenamed Gemini and supports the PCIe interface only. It is built on 8-layer PCB and supports both ATX and BTX formats. The card will have two RV570XT chips clocked at a saucy 650MHz core and 1500MHz memory.
It uses 256-bit GDDR 3 in 8MX32 136 BGA 900MHz package. If we read the spec correctly the memory on this card should overclock even higher.
The card supports two Dual, Dual Link DVI and a VIVO. It is in development stage and should be available shortly after the summer, we reckon by November 2006.