The card's a little bit obscured in the picture by Gigabyte's new "fan on a stick" product, which offers, err, a fan... on a stick. Mainly for custom, localized GPU cooling.
The 3D1 2005 has 512MB of memory onboard, split between the two GPUs. Gigabyte says they will set the price on this card once they know more about the price and performance of NVIDIA's G70 GPU.
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