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Old 28-05-15, 11:52 AM
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Zotac announces GTX Titan X with Arctic Storm cooler

Zotac has revealed a GTX Titan X sporting an arctic storm cooler with integrated waterblock.



Read more on Zotac's new Titan X with custom cooling.

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Old 28-05-15, 12:15 PM
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Not a fan of the graphics on the backplate. I do like the triple fan cooler though. If they had just released an aircooled card that looked like that I think i'd be pretty sold (performance depending of course)
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Old 28-05-15, 12:27 PM
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will be interesting to see how it performs
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Old 28-05-15, 02:29 PM
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Love the concept hate the graphics....

Makes me wonder if they will do the same with the new 300 series cards? One can only wish
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Old 28-05-15, 02:30 PM
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Interesting, but looks pretty old school with the graphic on the backplate
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Old 28-05-15, 03:27 PM
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Actually kinda liking the backplate.

Shame Nvidia don't allow custom PCB's with the Titan series though but I guess that's to keep the uniform signature look.
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Old 29-05-15, 06:40 PM
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This is really cool! Not so much for this specific card but if it means the blanket restriction on non-ref cooling is lifted hopefully other vendors can tackle the blazingly hot RAM and VRM on the titan x. New AMD, non-ref titan x, 980ti .....blimey exciting times around the corner!
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Old 29-05-15, 06:43 PM
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This is really cool! Not so much for this specific card but if it means the blanket restriction on non-ref cooling is lifted hopefully other vendors can tackle the blazingly hot RAM and VRM on the titan x. New AMD, non-ref titan x, 980ti .....blimey exciting times around the corner!
Technically it will still be a reference Titan X as they aren't llowed to change the PCB at all.

Same with the Titan Black, That had a few custom cooler versions but the PCB had to stay untouched.
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Old 29-05-15, 07:45 PM
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Technically it will still be a reference Titan X as they aren't llowed to change the PCB at all.

Same with the Titan Black, That had a few custom cooler versions but the PCB had to stay untouched.
Ya they limit who can change and what can change. PCB must stay the same as all the connections etc. Just the cooler itself can be changed.
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Old 29-05-15, 07:48 PM
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I would say that it looks nice but I would say that a Titan X SHOULD allways be with a water block!
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