Those pesky critters at hothardware grabbed a few pictures of said beast. Incorporating two Fermi-class GPUs on to a 12in PCB and outfitted with three DVI connectors on the back, the prototype is powered by two eight-pin power connectors.
We wonder at the kind of cooling Galaxy will have to employ to keep the behemoth cool, as a single GeForce GTX 470 is no shrinking violet as far as power-draw is concerned.
Galaxy's information card clearly states that the dual-GPU card cobbles two GeForce GTX 470s together, but the memory allocation, eight chips per GPU, would infer that they're GeForce GTX 46x, which would make more sense.
Our findings have indicated that NVIDIA's GeForce 400-series architecture is particularly efficient when run in multi-GPU SLI mode, meaning that a dual-GPU card is an intrinsically alluring proposition.
We've sent out own sleuths around to Galaxy, to get the lowdown, and will update this article as more information is presented to us.