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TiKiMaN1
03-03-07, 10:57 AM
:tiki:

http://www.coolitsystems.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=149&Itemid=92

http://www.coolitsystems.com/images/stories/gallery/quad-sli/

http://www.coolitsystems.com/images/stories/gallery/quad-sli/1.jpg
http://www.coolitsystems.com/images/stories/gallery/quad-sli/3.jpg
http://www.coolitsystems.com/images/stories/gallery/quad-sli/5.jpg
http://www.coolitsystems.com/images/stories/gallery/quad-sli/6.jpg

Buy It Here:

http://epowerhousepc.com/coolit-systems-quadsli-liquid-cooler-p-777.html

T.h.o.m.a.s.
03-03-07, 11:04 AM
i wonder how they are sure every cooler has the same flow of coolant

TiKiMaN1
03-03-07, 11:06 AM
i wonder how they are sure every cooler has the same flow of coolant

Dang I don't know.

I just wish they made an SLI version. I would probably purchase that.:D

Bman212121
03-03-07, 11:17 AM
I was confused at first, you said CPU cooler, but you meant GPU cooler. If they can make that crazy looking thing that already has 4 blocks on it, where is my SLI + CPU + Northbridge cooler?

TiKiMaN1
03-03-07, 11:22 AM
I was confused at first, you said CPU cooler, but you meant GPU cooler. If they can make that crazy looking thing that already has 4 blocks on it, where is my SLI + CPU + Northbridge cooler?

That's true. I think I will contact them to ask them a few questions. I just want to know what temps they are getting with the QX6700, because I heard they tested it with the Freezone. Also to ask them if they will ever be making an SLI version. Quad is nice and everything, but this would only make since for DX10 if the 8950 GX2 really does come out. Also I happen to love the ACS3 coolers by EVGA so I would have to see some reviews with an SLI Freezone.

Although it's nice they have been including the 120mm adapter to the 90mm fan, I would really like to see a 120mm fan as thay would produce better temps IMO.

It's crazy though that this Quad-SLI Freezone is actually for sell.

TiKiMaN1
03-03-07, 11:38 AM
"Compatible Cards: All High End Nvidia EXCEPT for the new G80"

From the product page.:( O well.;)

Bman212121
03-03-07, 11:41 AM
That's true. I think I will contact them to ask them a few questions. I just want to know what temps they are getting with the QX6700, because I heard they tested it with the Freezone. Also to ask them if they will ever be making an SLI version. Quad is nice and everything, but this would only make since for DX10 if the 8950 GX2 really does come out. Also I happen to love the ACS3 coolers by EVGA so I would have to see some reviews with an SLI Freezone.

Although it's nice they have been including the 120mm adapter to the 90mm fan, I would really like to see a 120mm fan as thay would produce better temps IMO.

It's crazy though that this Quad-SLI Freezone is actually for sell.

I'm actually suprised that they made a 4 core version, but not a 2. You can probably even buy this one, and cap off 2 of the blocks, or maybe even hybrid a CPU one with this, and put the CPU block in place of one of the GPU blocks. The biggest problem for the GTX is if they will need to actively cool the ram/other little thing that is on the card. If they can't put on ramsinks, then they'll need a huge block custom made for the 8800gtx.

Let us know what they say.

Bman212121
03-03-07, 11:45 AM
"Compatible Cards: All High End Nvidia EXCEPT for the new G80"

From the product page.:( O well.;)

Yup, that answers my main question then. The 8950GX2 might have low enough clocks on the ram that they can get away with sinks, it will be interesting to see what they are planning. This cooler doeesn't make any sense for the sole purpose of 7950GX2 Quad SLI because an 8800GTX SLI will stomp on it, so everyone who had the money for QUAD SLI is probably already running 8800's. I can't see their being a market for this cooler unless they are making it for 4 midrange cards on a 4 individual card setup using 4 PCI-E slots.

TiKiMaN1
03-03-07, 12:44 PM
At CES this year Freezone showed off an SLI Freezone setup:

Nice Video IMO
http://www.geeknewscentral.com/archives/006776.html

Xion X2
03-03-07, 01:31 PM
You have to wonder just why they would make a "Quad-SLI" cooler when probably .001% of the population actually owns Quad-SLI. Why not just make it with two blocks and satisfy the much larger SLI population?

Doesn't make much sense.

snilloconator
03-03-07, 01:44 PM
If you guys are that hard up for it all you would have to do is cap four of the holes.... ;)

TiKiMaN1
03-03-07, 08:13 PM
You have to wonder just why they would make a "Quad-SLI" cooler when probably .001% of the population actually owns Quad-SLI. Why not just make it with two blocks and satisfy the much larger SLI population?

Doesn't make much sense.

In this video they talk about an SLI Freezone here:

http://www.geeknewscentral.com/archives/006776.html

Apparently something they were displaying at CES this year.:D

nekrosoft13
03-03-07, 09:58 PM
You have to wonder just why they would make a "Quad-SLI" cooler when probably .001% of the population actually owns Quad-SLI. Why not just make it with two blocks and satisfy the much larger SLI population?

Doesn't make much sense.

or make one with 2 video card coolers and one for cpu

grey_1
03-03-07, 10:04 PM
Heck, if the price were right give me one for SLI and another for cpu +NB, i'd be happy. But like has been said, that thing would be super easy to mod for 78/79 series SLI. There's just no point with the cost of that thing.