Gigabyte was showing off a rather large VGA liquid cooling solution at their Tech Tour event. They are calling this new cooling solution WaterForce. It consists off a large external module that has the reservoirs, a large radiator with multiple fans, pumps, and ports for coolant tubes for individual cards.
All of this makes its way into your case by way of a hub that fits in a 5.25-inch drive bay (shown above). The front of the main unit also has a nifty display that shows temperatures on each card, fan speed and pump speed. There are also control knobs so you can change the speeds etc. The tubes that go into case connect to the three WaterForce graphics cards which feature full-coverage water blocks that cover the GPUs, memory and VRM.
As you can see from the above photo the cable management leaves something to be desired. Although from what we know this is just a prototype model and Gigabyte plans to refine things prior to its official release. So what do you think of this crazy cooling setup?