Late last week it was reported that Galaxy was working on a snow-white dual-GPU card with two GeForce GTX 460 GPUs. Bit Tech has an update about this story, the site heard that this card will be launched soon by Galaxy's sub-brand KFA2 but that it has been upgraded with GeForce GTX 560 Ti GPUs:
The keen eyed among you may notice that the prototype board pictured below sports a pair of GF104 GPUs, similar to those found on GeForce GTX 460 cards. However, KFA2 claims that this is because it originally developed the card for the GF104 chip. The company says it's since decided to upgrade the card's GPUs to the GF114 chip found on new GeForce GTX 560 Ti cards.
KFA2 wouldn’t say why it made this change, but it could be an attempt to get a step ahead of EVGA, who recently announced a dual-GPU card based on GF104 GPUs.