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this, confirm it can do tri-sli, before buying.
3-WAY IS sexy!
But I am now convinced about selling them and UPGRADING to a newer Gen card. I remember seeing somewhere a manufacture that sells the card ready for water cooling. Can someone kindly point me in the general direction?
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EVGA sell card that already have water blocks on them.....
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3-WAY IS sexy!
But I am now convinced about selling them and UPGRADING to a newer Gen card. I remember seeing somewhere a manufacture that sells the card ready for water cooling. Can someone kindly point me in the general direction?
In addition to EVGA, MSI and Inno3D also sell cards with pre-installed waterblock.

Off topic:
Read this CPU scaling review in which your Phenom II x3 720 is included.
Link: http://www.hardocp.com/article/2009/..._cpu_scaling/2

My suggestion: try your best to overclock your CPU (under CM V8) as high as possible in order to enjoy more of capabilities of your whatever new generation card.
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