Double the trouble: ATI introduces a new dual-GPU board to take on the competition

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The cooler takes up to two PCI slots, as we’ve come to expect from all high-end boards these days. Little has changed in the cooling design from the single-GPU Radeon HD3870, except the addition of a second heat sink. One fan draws air from within the case and pushes it over the metal fins to the rear of the case where it escapes into the open. This method ensures no additional noise is created and both GPUs maintain a stable operating temperature.

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