Gigabyte shows off the GeForce GTX 980 WaterForce Tri-SLI (GV-N980X3WA-4GD), a triple-card GeForce GTX 980 graphics card kit with preinstalled liquid cooling. Each card has a waterblock that's connected to an independent 120mm x 120mm radiator. All three radiators are housed in an external box that features a LCD display with coolant temperature and fan speed readouts.
The three GeForce GTX 980 cards feature 1228MHz cores, with 1329MHz GPU Boost and 7000MHz memory. Pricing and availability is unknown.
Coolant tubes from the three cards meet at the external unit, that has an independent 120 x 120 mm radiator for each of the three cards. Fan-speeds and coolant pressure of each of the three loops can be controlled at the unit's front-panel, which features an LCD display with coolant temperature and fan-speed readouts. Also part of the kit, are a custom 3-way SLI bridge, a reinforcement beam that counteracts PCB bending, a 5.25-inch front-panel bezel, from which the coolant tubes make their way out of the case, and to the external unit, and some tubing managment grommets. Gigabyte didn't announce pricing or availability.