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http://venturebeat.com/2013/08/29/digital-storm-launches-a-monstrous-hydrolux-cooling-system-for-gamer-pcs/
Oh, yes for those wondering the price.

It's $1,100 for single GPU cooling and $2,000 for quad cooling.

http://www.engadget.com/2013/08/29/digital-storm-hydrolux-cooling-system/

My D5 pump is rated to move 375 gallons an hour or so....biggrin.gif
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It costs $1100-$2000.

http://www.engadget.com/2013/08/29/digital-storm-hydrolux-cooling-system/

The top level 4 configuration will include three NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan 6GB graphics cards, an Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition 3970X CPU, 16GB of RAM, a 1200-watt power supply, "custom exotic liquid cooling" and a 240GB SSD / 1TB HDD combo, all for the cool sum of -- wait for it -- $8,085.
    
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The top level 4 configuration will include three NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan 6GB graphics cards, an Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition 3970X CPU, 16GB of RAM, a 1200-watt power supply, "custom exotic liquid cooling" and a 240GB SSD / 1TB HDD combo, all for the cool sum of -- wait for it -- $8,085.

It really makes me wonder what they're using as coolant.

Even with distilled, you can get away with 6 months...But, then the white film strikes!

I suppose with Nuke, realistically you *COULD* go 8 months but, there's no coolant in the world that won't require maintenance after a year...

I suppose they'd cover you shipping it back because it honestly, doesn't cost that much in the grand scheme of things but, for the average person that buys this, that has to be a huge pain.

I wonder if they do on-site maintenance...Would cost about the same as the entire shipping debacle...Hrm...
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It really makes me wonder what they're using as coolant.

Even with distilled, you can get away with 6 months...But, then the white film strikes!

I suppose with Nuke, realistically you *COULD* go 8 months but, there's no coolant in the world that won't require maintenance after a year...

I suppose they'd cover you shipping it back because it honestly, doesn't cost that much in the grand scheme of things but, for the average person that buys this, that has to be a huge pain.

I wonder if they do on-site maintenance...Would cost about the same as the entire shipping debacle...Hrm...

I wonder too. What happens after 4 years for example?
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It really makes me wonder what they're using as coolant.

Even with distilled, you can get away with 6 months...But, then the white film strikes!

I suppose with Nuke, realistically you *COULD* go 8 months but, there's no coolant in the world that won't require maintenance after a year...

I suppose they'd cover you shipping it back because it honestly, doesn't cost that much in the grand scheme of things but, for the average person that buys this, that has to be a huge pain.

I wonder if they do on-site maintenance...Would cost about the same as the entire shipping debacle...Hrm...


According to one is there customer service "As long as the liquid does not get contaminated then you can run the same liquid forever. "
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I don't know about you guys, but a little bit ago one of these boutique companies showed of a frosty CPU block.. I would be more intetested in that kind of cooling, besides this can be bought cheaper.

It was DS, and it was called cryo-tec

http://www.digitalstormonline.com/cryo-tec.asp

I thought it was pretty awesome, myself.
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