Gigabyte told us that the single dual-GPU card actually runs in SLI, and even hinted that two of these dual-GPU cards could be used in their upcoming four PCIe x16 slot motherboard that they'll be showcasing when the show starts tomorrow. The card also ships with an external bracket which isnt pictured, providing output support for up to four displays.
Gigabyte was also showing off a new water cooling setup that features CPU and GPU water blocks.
After Gigabyte we headed over to the GeCube booth, where we got our first glimpses of ATI's new multi-graphics card technology.
We can now confirm the rumored "external dongle" that connects both graphics cards together. As you can see from the pictures, the cards used in the GeCube dual-graphics card system are Radeon X850XT graphics cards.