Zotac announces GTX Titan X with Arctic Storm cooler

Might Nvidia's ban on Titan cards with custom coolers be lifted soon?

Zotac Announced GTX Titan X with Arctic Storm cooler

ZOTAC announces GTX Titan X with Arctic Storm cooler


Zotac has revealed a brand new GTX Titan X card, sporting their Arctic Storm cooler. The card has three fans and, wait for it, an integrated water block, making this the first GTX Titan X with a hybrid cooling solution. It looks like Nvidia may be lifting the ban on Titan cards featuring custom cooling solutions soon.


Zotac Announced GTX Titan X with Arctic Storm cooler


The newly announced GTX Titan X is a dual slot card and has, like I said, three fans and a water block, making this card perfect for people who want to start off with an air cooled rig, but want to upgrade to a water cooling loop later on. Worth noting is that the renders ZOTAC made are probably photoshopped, as the images of the card feature a GTX 980 PCB rather than a Titan X PCB.


Zotac Announced GTX Titan X with Arctic Storm cooler Zotac Announced GTX Titan X with Arctic Storm cooler


Zotac's Arctic Storm Titan X comes factory-overclocked with a 1026/1114 MHz base clock. The memory is running at 7 GHz.
Zotac has yet given a price indication, but it will probably be more expensive than a reference Titan X. Zotac is also reportedly making a GTX 980 Ti with the same cooler.


Zotac Announced GTX Titan X with Arctic Storm cooler


What do you think? Does Zotac have a winner on their hands? Let us know.


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Most Recent Comments

28-05-2015, 07:15:02

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)Quote

28-05-2015, 07:27:51

will be interesting to see how it performs Quote

28-05-2015, 09:29:07

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 Quote

28-05-2015, 09:30:19

Interesting, but looks pretty old school with the graphic on the backplateQuote

28-05-2015, 10:27:32

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.Quote

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