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|28th May 2010, 14:40||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
MSI Radeon 5870 Four-Way Turbo Charged with LN2
Four 5870ís in CrossfireX with an overclocked gulftown CPU is a monster setup in anyoneís book; and they would be right. But I say NO! - We want more and by more, I mean more drama, theatrics and excitement. So, itís time to bring out the soldering iron, strap on more copper than can sink a small boat and really get these cards pumping.
For some time now Iíve looked forward to some five-pot action; thatís liquid nitrogen containers on the CPU and one on each of the MSI 5870ís. But one hold up, or should I say hardware failure after another has made this long overdue. At long last those false starts are behind me and I am finally ready to let this monster setup loose.
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