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    Default Gigabyte shows off Water Force, external water-cooling with three GTX 780 Tis

    Gigabyte Water Force, as the name suggests, is a water-cooling system partially mounted outside the case. Water Force comes with three GeForce GTX 780 Ti graphics cards in one package, so itís not only a cooling system, but complete graphics computing solution with some neat features. The front panel gives you full access to the control over temperature, fan and pump speeds. Judging from the picture it should be possible to use either air- or water-cooling based on selected mode. It seems that the device installed on the case is just a radiator, while the pump is mounted inside 5.25 inch bay.



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    Default Re: Gigabyte shows off Water Force, external water-cooling with three GTX 780 Tis

    Very Interesting, includes the 3x GTX 780Ti's with it. I doubt this will ever actually make it to production, unless it's in a very limited quanity
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    Default Re: Gigabyte shows off Water Force, external water-cooling with three GTX 780 Tis

    So many things wrong with that pic. lol GB used the ugliest PSU cables. Routing looks like ****. and a crap cooler. I know it isnt a final product but come on. make it look good at least.

    other than looks I am intriged.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte shows off Water Force, external water-cooling with three GTX 780 Tis

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    So many things wrong with that pic. lol GB used the ugliest PSU cables. Routing looks like ****. and a crap cooler. I know it isnt a final product but come on. make it look good at least.

    other than looks I am intriged.
    Sandy, you're right, ugly case, ugly cable routing, ugly everything... The only good thing are three 780 ti. The Water Force looks bulky and chunky, don't like it at all.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte shows off Water Force, external water-cooling with three GTX 780 Tis

    this is interesting but ugly!
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    Default Re: Gigabyte shows off Water Force, external water-cooling with three GTX 780 Tis

    The build its self looks (without the Water Force on top), like every ordinary 90's PC build, at least for price of 2-3K (my estimation), GB could made some better (more presentable), looking build.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte shows off Water Force, external water-cooling with three GTX 780 Tis

    It's intriguing in that I thought we left this sort of thing behind in the 90's... what about any of the current trends in PC cooling makes them think this makes sense? I just don't see there being a market for it, at least not among serious enthusiasts.

    ow if this so-called Waterforce cooler design was implemented in a way similar to what Asus was doing (and I think that's ultimately the end goal here), now THERE'S a product I could sink my teeth into. Windforce coolers are notoriously quiet and excellent performers on their own, but add in support for custom water cooling loop integration and you've suddenly got an intriguing product... since it... ya know... keeps the watercooling stuff INSIDE your case. Where it belongs x-D.

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