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ASUS officially announces the ROG MARS 760 with dual GPU

ASUS officially announces the ROG MARS 760 with dual GPU

November 26, 2013 10:20 am0 comments

Just a day after the leaks, the company has officially announced the graphics card Republic of Gamers Mars 760 with two Geforce GTX 760.

Yesterday, we showed you the first images of ASUS’ new components, a graphics card with two Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 with 2304 CUDA cores each. And just one day later, we have the official presentation of the new ASUS ROG MARS 760, a model with two mid-range GPU instead of two high-end ones, like some previous models.


In total we have 4 GB of GDDR5 memory running at 6600 MHz with a 256 x 2-bit interface and a speed of 1008 MHz for each GPU (1072 MHz in boost mode).

It also has two 8-pin PCI-Express connectors that distribute the power to the 12-phase VRM ASUS DIGI. The entire assembly is cooled by a ASUS DirectCU II heat sink with 8 copper heat pipes, all in direct contact with each GPU (4 each) and two 90-mm fans.


With ASUS GPU Tweak software, it is possible to over clock modifying the GPU and memory speeds.

This card will be released during December, although the official price is still unknown. According ASUS, its performance is 39 % higher than the GeForce GTX Titan in some games like Tomb Raider, with temperatures 20% lower and lower noise level. You have two GPU running in SLI, which can negatively impact the performance of some games, however, although this is no big deal.

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