who has a monitor that needs that much power behind it? even 30" screens running 2560x1600 you can run off a single GTX 285 with 3d vision!
i cannot see EVGA selling more than 2 or 3 of these to the very few who want people laughing at them for a waste of money.
then i have to draw attention to the fact you need 12x 6pin PCI connectors to power this rig. thats restricted to people running multiple PSU's linked together to get enough amperage across the 12V rails to even power this beast up.
Fermi is (hopefully) releasing in the next 3-6 months from Nvidia, as soon as that happens EVGA's upgrade program can come into effect, it's part of their warrenty that (i think) within 6 months of purchasing an EVGA card, if a new generation card comes out you only exchange and pay the difference rather than buy a whole new card and be stuck with the old one
as for cooling, i'm thinking they would be using some of the Raven cases or Danger Den mod cases, I've seen a few with 4x120mm rads to cool the CPU/mosfets then on the back a 2x120mm rad for ram and northbridge,
positive air pressure from the 4x120mm as an intake would give more than enough cooling for a 4way SLI set-up
i'm still wondering why someone would spend on this due to the obvious lack of visible performance gains over a 3way SLI rig
Well, technically the Athlon II 250 only supports up to 1066MHz. Now, normally I would ignore that and set it up to speed anyway, but I did hear several having issues when they did. Not confirmed or anything, but a couple reports. So, since this is mainly just a low load work (office) computer, I just decided to leave it at what it defaulted to (which was the JEDEC 1066 spec). It needs stability more than speed for my tasks, so I decided just to leave it alone.