As the launch draws near, NVIDIA's partners are busy readying retail boxes.
NVIDIA remains tight-lipped over the card's specifications, but we can confirm from the box that it will have 1,536MB of GDDR5 memory.
The power requirements are such that it needs more juice than twin 6-pin plugs can supply, and the setup is the same as a Radeon HD 5970's.
A chunky PSU is recommended, pitching in at 600W - 42A on the 12V line - for a single-GPU system. Add at least 250W for a second card.
Now all we need is a card to test NVIDIA's claims of upcoming high-end graphics hegemony.