Palit is ready with what appears to be, a monstrous graphics card based on the ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 (R700) design with 2 GB of GDDR5 memory, called the Palit Revolution R700 Deluxe. What makes it monstrous apparently is its width that spans across three expansion slots. Under the shroud of the cooler is an elaborate cooling system designed by Palit itself. The cooler comprises of a large heat radiator, through which several heat-pipes conduct heat from contact blocks for the GPUs, memory, and the PCI-Express bridge chip, with seperate cooling blocks for the VRM area. Two fans of identical sizes blow air on the two thermal zones for the card: GPU and power circuitry. The card boasts overclocking features and company marketed overclocking potential highest for any R700 design so far, while shipping with reference clock speeds of 750/3800 MHz (core/memory). The card is fueled by the usual 6+2 pin and 6 pin power connectors, which are right-angled for accessibility. The card uses Palit's own PCB design that's richly studded with high grade components throughout. On the outputs front, there are dual-link DVI-D and D-Sub connectors, apart from a DisplayPort and 7.1 channel audio routed HDMI port. Palit tells us that it expects to start shipping this card next week and it should hit the shelves soon enough, with a price-tag that makes it competitive with other HD 4870 X2 cards in the market.