Sweet. What to do with this power? Only gaming I guess. Gaming may be the place where quad hd finds an early market.
Four Radeon HD 7970s cooled with liquid nitrogen en route to crazy benchmark scores
What do you get when you take four of the fastest single-GPU graphics cards on the market, add a little liquid nitrogen, connect them to two 1,200W power supplies, and crank them to 1.6GHz each? The answer is Andre's monstrous "quad seventy-nine seventy" rig, pictured above. The AMD Radeon HD 7970 cards already feature an impressive clock speed of 925 MHz, and while AMD has said they can be pushed safely over 1GHz, overclocking them by almost 75 percent will get you some truly staggering benchmark performance.
The quad-GPU setup scorched 3DMark Vantage with a P (performance) score of over 83,000 and GPU score of over 98,000, and grabbed 3DMark 11 P and X (extreme) scores of 32,728 and 17,432, respectively. If you need some real world...