Back in November Gigabyte asked for all your money in exchange for a set of three GeForce GTX 980 cards each running in a circuit of self-contained water cooling. After finally seeing the GTX 980 WaterForce in person I can tell you that it's big, it's expensive and it's damned impressive looking.
With a price tag of $2999, there is a significant mark up over buying just a set of three retail GTX 980 cards, but this design is unique. Each GPU is individually cooled via a 120mm radiator and fan that is mounted inside of a chassis that rests on top of your PC case. On the front you'll find a temperature, fan speed and pump speed indicator along with some knobs and buttons to adjust settings and targets.
Oh, and it ships inside of a suitcase that you can reuse for later travel. Ha! Think we can convince Gigabyte to send us one for testing?
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Between this and titan z , i
Between this and titan z , i choose this. Gygabyte download price to 1600 dollars
So Gigabyte is actually
So Gigabyte is actually releasing this thing? LooooooooL!
Lol, Going to get a EVGA GTX
Lol, Going to get a EVGA GTX 980 in tri SLI and step over this setup xD