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I know you'd need some good PSU for 4 gfx cores, lol
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Pelt's would be to big since you need a lot of insulation for pelts, plus they run on 90nm, which doesnt run as hot as the 110nm they were using on the G70

Also a Quad SLI system needs at least a 1000W PSU
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wow, 1000 watts...a psu that big would run pretty dang hot too i bet
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Originally Posted by Ares545
you need REALLY good air cooling, and i believe theres only 1 mobo out that can do quad sli, and its dell .
there have been boards out for awhile that support quad sli, and i'm not talkin about that gigabyte quad royal thing.... theres the asus a8n32, and the msi k8n dimond plus, and the abit an8 32x
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