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Monday, 29 March 2010 15:33

Maingear adds GTX 400 to its Shift system

Written by Slobodan Simic

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No need for water cooling with triple-SLI

Maingear has announced that its SHIFT "super computer" is now available with both GTX 480 and GTX 470 cards in single, SLI and triple-SLI options.

According to Maingear, they are able to run triple-SLI without using any fancy water cooling setup thanks to the unique design of the SHIFT. Wallace Santos, CEO and Founder of Maingear Computers added that Fermi is the GPU technology for which SHIFT was designed, and thanks to the heat-stack vertical design, GTX 480 and GTX 470 are able to stay at reasonable temperatures even in triple-SLI setups.

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The SHIFT configuration can be equipped with wide variety of GPUs, CPUs and motherboards and starts at around US $2,100. Of course, triple-SLI with GTX 480 can take the price all the way up to US $6,200.

You can find them all here.

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