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When ASUS first introduced the three-slot ASUS GeForce® GTX 680 DirectCU II, gamers and the overclocking community voiced their concerns on how a three-slot GTX 680 DirectCU II card limits itself to only 2-way SLI instead of 3-way SLI setup, and with its monstrous size, potentially ruling itself out of fitting within the confines of smaller desktop chassis.

To address these concerns, ASUS went back and redesigned the already awesome GTX 680 DirectCU II – turning it into a dual-slot card and boosting its video memory to a massive 4GB GDDR5 in order to support ultra high WQHD 2560 x 1440 resolutions. For more information, check out the official press release here.

Two-slot design, 3-way SLI, massive 4GB video memory for an improved gaming performance and we have a winner!

 

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