ASUS today released photo's showing the new and upcoming ROG Matrix series graphics cards that go by the name MATRIX R9-290X (Hawaii Radeon R9 290X) and the MATRIX GTX780TI (GeForce GTX 780 Ti). These cards will be the most high end version that ASUS will offer, they come with a customized PCB, a phat dual-slot cooler and for the pro-overclockers, LN2 options.
Not a lot of details have been released other then the photo's though. So there is nothing known about clock frequencies. Both cards will get a dual 8-pin power connector and a 14-phase DIGI+ VRM with protective backplate cover. Monitor outputs include Dual-DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort outputs. Also you can expect a pro cooling LN2 Mode Switch and appantly if you freeze your memory a bit too much, a defrosting function :) Here are the photo's.
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