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Four-card ATI Crossfire Array Liquid Cooled In Taipei

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Lots of reference designs coming out of Taipei this week at Computex. Adding to that list is CoolIT Systems‘ factory-sealed, maintenance-free liquid-cooling system for AMD’s ATI Crossfire (no, not that Crossfire) configuration for the new high-performance Radeon HD 2900 XT graphic card.

The assembly uses “micro-channel technology in a closed loop liquid-cooling design” that reduces the ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT graphics card to a single PCIe slot size. And with newer motherboard designs showing up with four, x16 PCIe slots, you’d be able to run four cards without worrying about heat or fan noise.

The cooling unit itself slides into two, standard 5.25-inch drive bays, meaning anybody with a philips-head screwdriver and two open bays can install this thing. If you’re into building extremely powerful gaming PCs, you’ll want to consider CoolIT’s solutions. Hit the jump to watch a video of the company using the reference design to overclock the crap out of the new AMD GPUs.

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