Aria Gladiator Juggernaut System Review
As is always the case when you have a dual-card system the top card does take a small thermal hit thanks to heat rising, but the Juggernaut does a good job of keeping things reasonably cool and, most importantly, quiet. The EVGAs are only between 2 and 5°C warmer than the solo, aftermarket cooled, GTX660Ti's we reviewed recently.
Here is the 4.2GHz i5-3570K in all its glory. It's nice to see that Aria have kept the voltage low rather than take the easy "slap some volts on and push it out" option. It's those little things that make the difference. The EVGA cards are stock models, and as we've seen you can clock them far higher should you choose.
With only four cores and no hyperthreading the Juggernaut isn't going to be a number-crunching behemoth, but it still puts up a good showing, especially in the Multi-Media benchmark.