Hardware Canucks recently reported that PowerColor might be releasing their version of AMD's HD7990, a card that's been in limbo for months since AMD's tentative announcement that it was working on something. As has been the case for weeks since the GTX690 launch, its actually been a trying time for both graphics card companies to manufacture dual-GPU cards. The PLEX bridging chip on the card that links the two GPUs together is in short supply, prompting Nvidia to release very limited stocks of the GTX690 but still buying up all the chip supply - this is the reason why AMD cannot get the HD7990 or HD7970x2 out in time. But apparently, PowerColor is launching their customised version pretty soon. How soon?
The Canucks also report that the card could slip into the $899 - $999 price range, well below the current asking price for the GTX690 and that the card could be released in the next few days More details after the jump.