The ASUS ROG ARES II is a dual GPU card, with two 7970 6GB GHz Edition GPU's on a single air AND water cooled hybrid graphics card. Basically one of these runs you a 120Hz 27in tri-monitor setup like a regular 7970 runs a 1080p monitor. This'll run you for $1,499.99, going by Newegg pricing, which is actually a great price for how advanced this card is compared to a regular 7970. Quote from the review: "Nevertheless the excellent GPU Tweak overclocking utility is included, and you can adjust the ARES II's vital clock and voltage parameters with ease, just like a regular AMD card (must remember to sync settings as each GPU is addressed independently). The GPU voltage can be adjusted up to 1.4V from the default 1.25v (no blackouts too during testing), but we cannot confirm its actual applied voltage from a physical multimeter readout. Although the fans on the closed-loop liquid cooler cannot be controlled by software, it successfully tamed both GPU cores to an excellent result of between 54-56 degrees celcius on Furmark 1.10.4 full load, which is a far cry from the screaming inferno of the stock HD 7970 cooling solution. Coupled with a stronger set of fans, the ARES II might be able to perform even better from a thermal standpoint. With slightly raised voltages, our review sample could attain 1250MHz on the core and 1800MHz on the memory base clock. As with any form of overclocking, your milege may vary." Bricks were shat. source: http://vr-zone.com/articles/asus-rog-ares-ii-6gb-review-part-1-2--in-a-different-league/18752.html @It's never too late to change your mind.