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Old 03-03-2008, 02:37 PM   #1
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Look at this guys: http://www.reghardware.co.uk/2008/03...h_ultimate_q8/

I for one bow before our new 3-way SLI overlords... :bow:


Btw, does anyone know of any current computer with tens of graphics cards, like them old SGI Onyx monsters?
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dam they must be squeezing every juice out of that power supply ...

does any program even need this much performance? graphics wise,
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Originally posted by marlonjohn
dam they must be squeezing every juice out of that power supply ...

does any program even need this much performance? graphics wise,
Don't know about the power, but I think it will probaly cause brownouts.

As for any app. needing this much performance, who knows? But I'll bet that this setup will get really high frame rates in any current game. :bow:
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Just saw 1200W for the grfx card alone :|
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Originally posted by marlonjohn
Just saw 1200W for the grfx card alone :|
Oh yeah, I forgot... :headbang:

Me thinks that the box could have done better if it used two PSUs instead, since the 1200 W has complaints about it being 'too noisy'.

They are so picky, them reviewers...
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