Nothing are too small, big, cheap, expensive, or outrageous at Computex. Everything are fair game here, at one of the biggest annual tech expo in the world.
Nevertheless, I would say that this GIGABYTE WaterForce certainly belongs to the outrageous category. You will soon see why.
First, let’s start with the details. The biggest portion of GIGABYTE WaterForce is its liquid cooling apparatus housed in an external housing that is meant to be positioned on top of a casing. Within the housing is a closed loop liquid cooling system that consisted of three radiators with each of them is assigned with a 120mm fan.
Not to forget, the housing also contains a control panel that allows users to monitor graphic cards temperature as well as fan and pump speed. That brings us to the second section of GIGABYTE WaterForce which is the water cooling modules that are located on each of the three NVIDIA GeForce 780 TI graphics cards. These modules not only cooled down the GPU within each graphics card but also their memories and MOSFETs.
Believe it or not, the three graphics card is actually part of the whole GIGABYTE WaterForce package. In other words, you will receive both the liquid cooling system and the three GeForce 780 TI graphics card when you purchase the GIGABYTE WaterForce.
That’s right: we were told that the company is actually going to release GIGABYTE WaterForce into the market but for now, no information on pricing and release date are available at the moment. Still…consider us amazed.