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Originally Posted by atomicfission92 View Post
a QUAD sli psu and a 4 PCI-E plugs are the same exact thing..... hense 4 pci-e connectors, means QUAD. and yea, I don't want to use the splitters adapters and what not. I am getting a regular SLI psu for right now, unless I can find a QUAD one that can fit my specs....
Official list of Quad SLI PSUs: http://www.slizone.com/object/slizon..._powersupplies

Again, there is only one retail set-up that qualifies as "Quad SLI". That is dual 7950GX2. If you review the list of certified Dual GeForce 7950GX2 PSUs, you will notice not all have four PCIe connections.

Again.. what case are you getting? Maybe someone will have another idea about mounting your 3x120 rad
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