Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by ausghostdog, Nov 12, 2014.
I can't quite understand what I am looking at here.
I mean, I can but.....
I want it.
Brb, starting garage sale.
What a pos rofl.
fugly but interesting
fail name though.... "Waterforce"
H30 would have been better
I don't hate it but
how much of a bastard would it be feed the three cards through the since it is a closed loop... or does kitty pride come to help install it...
I'd assume you'd just feed the cards through a couple of 5.25" bays and then cover them afterwards. Not too stressful.
An AIO style water cooler main 'pro' is the simplicity, so if these were single units it would make sense. But that? Just no.
be better if it was expandable eg buy 1 at a time.. but yeh just do your own loop..
I know what I would rather but good for those who dont want to maintain..
the price of titan z , need to be an oil baron to own this I reckon
It seems to be 3 smaller RAD's for each card, I understand that keeps each card cooler.
But I don't know why they couldn't of sold them separately.
Anyone who truly wants a watercooled tri-card setup would buy reference cards and custom loop them anyway, not buy this ugly monster...
im afraid there is people silly enough to buy this kind of gear, cashed up noobs who think custom loops r lame due to maintenance.. probly throw their 2 x titan z in bin for em
Hmm seriously? This is like the LG fridge with LCD... Just a extra marketing for them.
This reminds me of my ancient external Corsair watercooler.. heck at least that had QDCs!
Sigh, I guess its one way to try and sell 3 cards at the same time.
this would be just a damn nightmare to install. I seriously CBFD with it all.
umm yeah but nooooo
Jesus.. that's one expensive piece of kit.
Can you imagine a full tower with this on top of it? Talk about a behemoth
When I first looked at it, I thought the rads slid into a 5.25 bay, not on top of the case
might be sad and expensive but damn girl.... it is quick not that power hungry and quiet.
oh well for the price of a reasonably car I,ll wait for a lotto win
Probably something to do with the millions in R&D Nvidia put into their Maxwell architecture
Talk of "you could build it for less" aside, the performance is stellar at 4k. Obviously 3x980GTX gives a huge boost over single card solutions at that res. I imagine the generation after next, a single flagship card might render like this.
Forgetting the money, 4k gaming would be pretty awesome at reasonable (>60fps) framerates... Oh well, the rest of us just have to wait for lower-end-tech to catch up - or as TaroT says win the lottery...