Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Apr 8, 2010.
Al Gore would love to see that, lol jk
I think you might have misread my post. I feel sorry for the fans that have to move that much air, not so much for Nvidia themselves. I also feel sorry for the consumers out there that don't get to benefit from a price-war this time around.
yer heat would suck they would need to be watercooled, when evga made 4ways sli i dont think they thought much about air cooling, even 3way sli u can cook eggs and bacon
I was bored
wow... like in my thread about this last night,
let me reemphasize on a few things already discussed...
now that said...
anyone who was willing to take the time to look for the source on this one might find the answer to why there is no results posted and a few other things...
read for yourself
ASUS has done a few of this prototype GPU/etc stuff and it looks like EVGA is joining in these days.
Having that in a chassis however will have it turn to molten metal half way through the boot screen though, not to mention burn you wall socket, cables in the wall, maybe even house down from the power draw. LOL!
I'm sure when you just switch on the PC it must hum like a generator from the power flowing through it because of these! XD
That is some 1000 watts of GPU power.
The actual PSU didn't fit in the frame, so it was outside off camera.
They mind as well start makin' pci-e higher then 16x.
Why the heck do they insist on puttin the power plugs on that side and not the end to easily run the wires to a cable-management whole? all the cards I ever bought had it on the end and not the side. Watercooling would b better since they're stacked and blocks the fan. the covers aren't true to actually work better then they could. like being completely sealed and sucking in air from the fan and the end of the card.
It does look pretty sweet. Like a huge brick sittin' there. Not for me tho. I have better things to spend money on. As long as a card can play games and make it look good that I'll enjoy playin'. I'm happy. Now gettin four of these and I can't do any futuristic holographic stuff from the movies. eh!
Why? No graphics card gets bottlenecked by x16.
Wow... 4 Way SLI... Cool... My next Room Heater upgrade...
how can they breath haha, the two in the middle must be cooking
would be a nice beachmark settup but dont see the point of having a fish smoker in your room
From Shamino single card http://kingpincooling.com/forum/showthread.php?t=663
At first i thought this was some preview for the upcoming Quadro cards or some preview of an Nvidia super computer, but then I remembered that they usually have only 1 video output and don't need sli...Damn this is truly the epiphany of performance
can i say from a single card thats OVERCLOCKED
can those really OC that well? I'm assuming that's a WC card but even still that's nearly an 80% increase on the core clocks.
It comes from k1nkg1n cooling, who are famous for their LN2 pots
Thats on LN2, water cooling might get you around 800MHz - 850MHz depending on the volts.
After 30 minutes of use, the cards melt into a single unit for easy removal.
I can imagine how hot they must run next to each other like that but hell it must be overkill.
Is it safe to assume that this will run crysis?
Seriously though, understanding that for some people, $ vs FPS is irrelevant is one thing but what games/applications would noticeably benefit from this? I'm old and slow so I only need FPS to exceed 60 or so. How fast do top guns need their FPS?
To me this looks good for benchmarks though.
tbh it just looks epic to see those four cards crammed together. Epic as in omg i can't believe the things didn't melt the second the pc came on lol
hahaha thats a good one
the electricity meter must be rotating like hell
Multi Card configs, I spit on them.
Most users would only run 1 card anyhow, Multi Card Configs are still a moot point. My thinking at the time SLI came about, NV thought of saying why not force users to require 2 by making our TWIMTBP games run like crap on a single card. Also no user should require to run a watercooling loop under stock configurations when having multicard configs, only time that should be required is when pushing them beyond stock clocks, just like non factory Air coolers. TBH cards are getting ridiculous in size and heat production. I think cards in a stock configuration should only require a Single Slot Cooler and then if you really want to push then a 2x slot and or watercooling, like back during the days of the Radeon 9700 Pro.
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