What do you do when the GPU manufacturer on which you base your cards upon procrastinates in filling a huge gap in the line-up? We're talking about GeCube's plight with respect to the hole that currently exists in AMD/ATI's midrange DX10 GPU catalogue. Right now, there's a jump from Radeon HD 2600 XT (£70+) to Radeon 2900 Pro Limited Edition (£175).
Well, what you do is rouse your in-house engineering team, get them to earn their pay by coming up with novel solutions. GeCube's done so adding 2 Radeon HD 2600 XTs on to a single PCB - a la Sapphire.
Let's see if this card makes sense at around £125, or would it be better to wait just a while......