A spec sheet from Sapphire sent the details and this picture. It has a 6-pin power adapter as well as an 8-pin. That's pretty hefty requirements for power. I'm unsure when the cards will be released. Probably soon.
A.K.A. GTX 280 Killer. Now price it right, ATi, and nVidia just dug themselves a hole. Rumours say mid-August release date.
ATi has also announced a return of the All-in-Wonder series, so nVidia will be facing competition from all fronts now. The GeForce 9 series is quickly ballooning into a repeat of the FX mess that allowed ATi to triumph big 5 years ago, and every step nVidia takes to correct the matter makes it worse. The only advantage nVidia has this time is that they have the best top of the line single card (ie. No modern day 9700 equivalent for nVidia to crap themselves over), but Crossfire is starting to suck less and less every time ATi does it.
Edited at Fri Aug 1, 2008 6:23:15 PM
Michael: Jodie, how's my schedule look for today? Jodie: You've got a conference and dinner party at the Japanese Embassy regarding wildlife protection. Michael: Oh, yeah...sorry, but I'll have to cancel that. I'm heading out to save America!