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    EVGA mixes water with GX2s

    The cards, which feature an Innovatek waterblock designed to fit the double-PCB of the 7950GX2 cards, operate at a 600MHz core and 1.4GHz memory clock, giving them a performance advantage over most stock cooled 7950GX2s.
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    Reduces the core temperature of each GPU by over 20˚ C,.... cool.

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    I wonder how these would perform against the maze4's?

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    Tempting...

    I'll be looking into Quad SLI when nvidia have the drivers out. Be nice to cool them with water like that. I'm impressed.

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