The new Palit Geforce GTX 285 comes with an impressive amount of 2 GiByte video memory. The card also has a custom cooling solution with two fans and four heatpipes.
Geforce GTX 285 2 GiByte from Palit
Following the trend of custom PCBs for graphics cards, Palit delivers a new Geforce GTX 285: The single GPU card is equipped with 2 GiByte video memory and a custom cooling solution.
It seems like GDDR3 memory, clocked to 2.5 GHz, is used for this device and connected via a 512 Bit interface. The GPU is said to be running at 648 MHz (matches the GTX 285 default values). The whole construct is cooled by a dual-slot cooler which has two fans and four heatpipes.
According to TCMagazine the card supports Physx, Triple SLI and CUDA. A price has not been released yet.