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Default ECS GeForce 9800 GTX Hydra SLI review Guru3D - 09-09-2008, 10:30 | posts: 6,462

Guru3D today published a review on the ECS GeForce 9800 GTX Hydra SLI. With this kit basically you'll receive two pre-modified GeForce 9800 GTX products and a water-cooling kit that is supplied by Thermaltake....

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Default 09-09-2008, 12:44 | posts: 4,631 | Location: North Wales

Was the RSV:2 graph only supposed to have the ECS kit on it?
   
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haha, i thought its using the Hydra multi GPU technology from Lucid, still nice review as always
   
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Ahaha, if only Viper.
   
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Good article, Hilbert.

There must be a market for an 4850 CF kit like that as well.
   
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haha, i thought its using the Hydra multi GPU technology from Lucid, still nice review as always
ME too!!! just another reason I can continue to ignore ECS products.
   
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ME too!!! just another reason I can continue to ignore ECS products.
Don't underestimate ECS you guys .. they might always have been an OEM manufacturer with run of the mill products, but they are very up and coming and continuesly improving their products.

Of all the companies that I follow I see the most change and innovation at ECS right now. Really impressive, it's the same with this Hydra kit, who else does stuff like this ?


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Don't underestimate ECS you guys .. they might always have been an OEM manufacturer with run of the mill products, but they are very up and coming and continuesly improving their products.

Of all the companies that I follow I see the most change and innovation at ECS right now. Really impressive, it's the same with this Hydra kit, who else does stuff like this ?
Impressive review, impressive products! Thanks- must of had some fun playing with those baby's!
   
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