Gigabyte to release built-in watercooling case

"It looks like Gigabyte are going to follow the trend that has been set by other computer case manufacturers by making a new style of case which will include a full watercooling system."

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It looks like Gigabyte are going to follow the trend that has been set by other computer case manufacturers by making a new style of case which will include a full watercooling system. I guess this is excellent news for beginners as it provides a way of having a watercooling system without all the modding and hassle.


  • Built-in liquid cooling system(including pump, radiator, tank set)
  • Extended body for larger space
  • High-end brushed aluminum panel and body
  • Multi-functional window ( steel mesh-vent; acrylic-transparent)
  • Strengthened nickel-coated rear plate
  • Dual security locks(front and side panel) protect valuable system hardware
  • Perfect air convention provides best cooling performance, and silent environment
  • Built-in two fan speed controlled, silent intake fans
  • One LED illumined and one adjustable speed silent intake fans
  • Two silent exhaust fans with illumined LED

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04-06-2007, 05:48:25

Mr. Smith
Take a look at this preview picture in the news - dual GPU/slot offering based on 2600 XT architecture

04-06-2007, 05:59:14

That looks pretty powerful!!!


04-06-2007, 05:59:44

Good timing, I've just finished building my half sized nuclear power plant in my room so I should just about have enough leccy to power one

04-06-2007, 06:18:29

May be dumb of me to ask this, but will the X2600's be faster than the 8600's? If anyone knows that is. Me = to lazy to google.

04-06-2007, 17:28:42

PP Mguire
First off, how much, second off, how much PSU power, 3rd off how much will it increase performance wise to have a second chip?

04-06-2007, 18:08:31

About 120w power draw.

04-06-2007, 18:14:32

Nice idea! 4 DVI sockets! :)

04-06-2007, 18:29:07

I guess I never much understood this dual gpu / single PCB design, here's why...


A) It performs close to a 2900XT (probably still less than a 2900) yet will cost MORE than a 2900XT. Why would you spend more money on something that doesn't perform as well as it's bigger brother?


B) It does outperform a 2900XT (probably by a realllllly small margin), in which case why didn't they make a dual 2900XT card for SERIOUS horsepower? Probably still costs more than a 2900XT.

Now, if it just underperforms a 2900 series card and actually costs less as well I can see it. But I just have a hard time seeing a dual GPU card like this actually costing less than 2900XT which will more than likely outperform it. I suppose it's premature to make any of these remarks but this is what usually happens on these damned dual gpu cards.

04-06-2007, 18:36:58

cause they like to make money off people with a wallet bigger than their brain :p

04-06-2007, 18:37:13

PP Mguire
Yea, not enough bang for the buck and is usualy hotter.

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