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Tuesday, 22 January 2008 10:18

CoolIT dual 3870 hits 23K 3Dmark06

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Heavily overclocked with water cooling


We've seen CoolIT’s Dual Drive Bay reference series cooler, and this new dual water cooler for graphics cards can do some amazing things. We meet with CoolIT at CES and the company has some serious water-cooling products in the pipeline.

CoolIT's Dual Drive Bay reference series cooler does as the name implies: fits into two 5.25-inch drive bays and can cope with two overclocked graphics cards.

CoolIT overclocked its machine powered by a Core 2 Extreme E6850 to 4.62 GHz, two Radeon HD 3870's to 850MHz and the OCZ DDR3 memory all the way to 1,680MHz.

It scored over 23,050 in 3Dmark06, which was about 6,500 points faster than the reference speed of 16,610.

You can see it all on a video here.  

 

Last modified on Wednesday, 23 January 2008 04:19
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