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GIGABYTE GEFORCE GTX 980 WATERFORCE TRI-SLI

Gigabyte GTX 980 Waterforce Tri-SLI

GIGABYTE GEFORCE GTX 980 WATERFORCE TRI-SLI

Gigabyte GTX 980 Waterforce Tri-SLI

 

Gigabyte have announced the GeForce GTX 980 WaterForce Tri-SLI, arguably the single most insane and powerful GPU setups that ever came out of a single box.

 

GIGABYTE GEFORCE GTX 980 WATERFORCE TRI-SLI

 

This contraption is a three GeForce GTX 980 graphics cards, cooled by a factory-fitted liquid cooling loop, which sits outside your case. Each of the three cards is an overclocked GTX 980 chip with a 1228 MHz core, 1329 MHz GPU Boost, and 7.00 GHz memory speeds.  The liquid-cooling pump-block is over the GPU but the GPU base-plate also moves heat from the memory and VRM to that block using heat-pipes meaning that all the GPU components are cooled by the waterblock unlike other AIO watercooled GPU solutions.

Coolant tubes from the three cards meet at the external unit, where each GPU has am independent 120 x 120 mm radiator for cooling. Fan-speeds and coolant pressure of each of the three loops can be controlled at the unit’s front-panel, which features an LCD display with coolant temperature and fan-speed readouts.

 

 GIGABYTE GEFORCE GTX 980 WATERFORCE TRI-SLI  GIGABYTE GEFORCE GTX 980 WATERFORCE TRI-SLI  

 

Also part of the kit, Gigabyte are giving users a custom 3-way SLI bridge, a reinforcement beam to counteract PCB bending, a 5.25-inch front-panel bezel, from which the coolant tubes make their way out of the case and into the external unit, and some tubing managment grommets. 

Gigabyte have not announced pricing or availability of this unit.

    

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Most Recent Comments

11-11-2014, 04:51:12

Warchild
interesting concept. Not sure if they would release it as retail though. ESpecially with the drive bay entry.Quote

11-11-2014, 05:16:30

YouWhat
Looks like the Borg have done summat to the thing with them tube out the front....Quote

11-11-2014, 05:27:42

MadShadow
I saw this a while ago and its an interesting concept, but with only 120mm of radspace per card, cooling performance can't be that impressive. I guess the 900 series is quite power efficient, but still.Quote

11-11-2014, 05:51:52

barnsley
Even super tidy it doesn't look great. Ah well, we're not all in it for looks I guess.
http://hexus.net/media/uploaded/2014...96e730e2b4.jpgQuote

11-11-2014, 05:58:44

JR23
So you have to stick each graphics card through the 5.25" bays what is this full retard level shiz. What kind of spastic wouldn't do a series loop with one pump and one radiator and two tubes.

It's a 0/10 from me.

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