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Friday, 11 January 2008 22:13

Biohazard showcases three-phase cooled System

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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For two graphic cards and a CPU


Biohazard, an ultra high-end PC boutique manufacturer, is the first to showcase a PC that will be cooled with a three-phase, phase change cooler that can cool a quad core CPU and two high-end graphic cards.

We've seen the prototype machine with two 8800 GTX cards and 9650 CPU running at -15 Celsius. The company is still working on the clock speeds, but they promised an impressive score.

The machine will boot with the press of a button and it will take it some 30 seconds to boot. The company will come out with some cool overclocking numbers, as they said that they got the first working unit just days before the show. This compressor will be able to get sub-zero temperatures on both GPUs and a super overclocked GPU and will offer some crazy fast speeds, probably far exceeding 4GHz and some great 3Dmark scores.

Here is how it looks and we’ve seen it and tried it. It looks like possibly the fastest shipping PC to be shipped in the first half of 2008.

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