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ECS goes all out with 9800GTX+ Hydra (SLI) pack

incl. Thermaltake's Bigwater 760i

| Video Cards News | Posted: Jul 31, 2008 3:53 am

It appears ECS has gone all out with the release of NVIDIA's new 55nm 9800 GTX+. Dubbed the "Hydra" Pack (the beast with many heads), ECS has gone to town here. There's not one, but two 9800 GTX+ cards ready for SLI action out of the box.

 

Not only this, but they are both provided with superior cooling by means of a central liquid cooling system from Thermaltake (the Bigwater 760i) which is said to be about 18.7% more efficient than the stock coolers, not to mention a lot quieter. Furthermore, a copy of Rainbow Six Vegas 2 is thrown in for good measure.

 

What would have been even more impressive is if ECS went for two water-cooled GTX 280s. But maybe this is on the cards!

 

You can find the full press release here.

 


ECS GeForce 9800 GTX+ Hydra Pack

Taipei, Taiwan, July, 2008 - With innovative products that span multiple target markets, Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS), the world's leading motherboard, graphics card, barebone system, and notebook manufacturer, reveals the latest GeForce 9800 GTX+ Hydra Pack to meet the requirement from performance-hungry gamers. With two N9800GTX+-512MX-W graphics cards, ECS Hydra Cooling System, and plenty of accessories bundled in a package, unprecedented gaming performance is now available via the power of multi-GPUs.

 

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