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NW Falcon packs a Quad SLI in a small box

About to start shipping
Wed Apr 05 2006, 10:05
EVGA made a micro ATX Nforce 4 SLI board and NW Falcon is among the first adoptor of the adapters. When you say EVGA motherboard you may as well say Jetway, but super high end boutique vendors don't quibble about the board.

It can run four Nvidia cards inside and that is all that matters to them. North West Falcon managed to pack one of these motherboards and a Quad SLI, four graphic cards into such a system. We know that the chaps were concerned about the heat dissipation, but after initial testing they learned that it works and so they want to sell it.

NW Falcon calls it the "Frag Box" and that is what it actually is. I don't know how but those chaps managed to squeeze a 600W PSU that is just about enough to power a high end machine including those four cards.

Quad SLI won't be cheap, last time we checked the premium was $1,853 that you have to pay on top of your system cost but if you want the fastest graphic cards, with a cute little look, this might be the machine for you. It should be shipping any day now, but you can already pre-order one of these lovely but expensive machines. If you order it today the lead time is two weeks. Here is a lovely picture of such a box packed with four graphic cards. µ

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