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    AMD Game News: Aftermarket Cooling for Overclocking and Silent Enthusiasts

    4 water-blocks and 1 giant heat-sinkModify your reference design AMD Radeon™ HD 7970 graphics card and take your
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    Three or four intake fans, two outtake fans, a cpu fan, 3 video card fans, a memory fan...
    You'll have to tie down your computer for fear of it flying away some day....
    Here goes my future PC:
    I attached the outtake fans at the back of the heatsink, which doubles as PC casing.
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    ha ha ha. Crunching at 30 thousand feet would be pretty cool. (pun intended )
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    There are no limits with air cooling! I can always add a rocket engine and go up in space when extra cooling is required.
    NASA might have spare X-15s that I could attach under the casing as well.

    Notice the exhaust for my Llano and future Trinity behind the cockpit (says: "APU Exhaust"!)
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