OverKILL-3D ASUS HD7970 Quadfire Madness

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ASUS HD7970 Quadfire Madness

A Little Eye-Candy

What's the point in having the finest hardware currently available, if we don't show it off? On the Rampage IV Extreme we have the awesome Intel i7-3960X overclocked to a whopping 4.8GHz and kept cool with the Corsair H100. Of course the main event is the four ASUS HD7970s. More power!!

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Speaking of more power, yes again we're running two ATX1200W PSUs. Last time we tested the Quadfire people wondered why we had two. The main reason is with 8 8pin PCIe connectors needed then a 6 pin for the motherboard, and we didn't want to use Molex adaptors. One of the PSUs is run with the Corsair blue-braided cables for one GPU and the system, and the other is solely for the other three GPUs. 

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Given the amount of heat that this puts out we wouldn't recommend squeezing it into a small case. Looks epic though.

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28-02-2012, 05:18:31

Ofan
Bonkers.......but I love it Quote

28-02-2012, 05:22:35

Ofan
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Bonkers.......but I love it
Truly bizarre when I post here it shows my profile picture as my last(fully n00b)rig....not my current one on profileQuote

28-02-2012, 05:27:18

grammaton_feather
What PCIe bandwidth are the 4 x GPU's getting? x8 each?

Very impressive scores.

Will it run BF3 on Ultra?Quote

28-02-2012, 05:31:02

Ofan
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Originally Posted by grammaton_feather View Post

What PCIe bandwidth are the 4 x GPU's getting? x8 each?

Very impressive scores.

Will it run BF3 on Ultra?
I suspect it will run N.A.S.A on ultra and with a fat overclock too. I understand all the lanes run at 8xQuote

28-02-2012, 05:31:26

grammaton_feather
"4 x PCIe 3.0/2.0 x16 (x16; x16/x16; x16/x8/x16 and x16/x8/x8/x8, red) *1"Quote
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