MSI Geminium Go Redesigned
MSI Geminium Go graphics adapter based on the MXM modules with mobile GPUs on them has already been officially unveiled, but the company has decided that it is better to redesign it before it will be ready for the mass market. At CeBIT 2006 MSI demonstrated a prototype of the new design.
The whole concept of the Geminium Go remained the same: there are two slots for MXM modules, but they are now located on different sides of the board, not next to each other as previously. This helps to make the card much smaller, which means that even small form-factor systems will be able to use multi-GPU SLI technology (provided that they are based on appropriate chipsets).
Currently MSI is working with channel partners to find out whether there is a market for the Geminium Go and standalone MXM modules. If the company decides that it makes sense to produce and sell a lineup of MXM modules, the Geminium Go will become a real product, not just a concept.