Gigabyte Reveals WaterForce GPU Cooling

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I like the idea, although if i went to water cooling i think i would just make my own loop. With that said i know a lot of people might not have the time for making a loop and this seems like it would be quicker and would cool just as well.
 

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Too big, too bulky, too power hungry, too noisy. It feels passé. It gives me this awkward feeling that I am seeing an "ancient computer". It kinda feels like a step backwards.
 

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What is this 2007? I thought external watercooling ended with Zalman Resorators. I do not even want to touch on the topic that they didn't even try to make it look decent. An old case with unpainted interior, top mounted power supply, and zero cable management. Someone should be fired for just having this on the show floor.
 

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good idea i am surprised coolermaster didn't think to jump on this with the HAF Stacker series with some kind of drop in and plug in multilooperduper water cooling system.
 

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"In this case, the loop is hooked up to three GTX 780 Ti cards, and the tubing appears to enter the chassis through an enlarged 5.25"… thing...lmao!
 

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If you are pushing a new product that is meant to appeal to a very niche group of users - wouldn't you want to use the coolest supporting parts/bits to do so? That is the fugliest setup I have seen since the time I spray painted my 486 DX2/66 case from soothing taupe to bad ass flat black.
 

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Unless the tubing from the video cards disconnects from the top in some way, I'm not sure how you'd install it without feeding it through the 5.25" bays.
 

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Right on! Itll turn your PC into a cube before you know it!
 

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Instead of this thing, why not work on a case that can properly handle a 360mm rad on a push/pull configuration so we can have a full loop without modding the case?
 


It's meant to be fed through the 5.25" bays.
 

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I feel truly sorry for the poor saps who had to work that booth those days. I'd sure as hell like to know what sort of positive spin they put on that beast as far as questions were concerned. Custom Loops>AIO
 

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That looks terrible. Maybe if they had used a case with cable management it would be a better representation of they product. As it is it looks Ghetto.
 


prepare to have your post thumbed the hell down of. Look at the poor guy above.
 

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Luckily opinions can't get you killed :)

 
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