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EVGA announces GTX Titan X with AIO cooler

EVGA announces GTX Titan X with AIO cooler

EVGA announces GTX Titan X with AIO cooler

EVGA announces GTX Titan X with AIO cooler

 

Yesterday, Zotac announced a Titan X with custom triple fan solution and an integrated water block, suggesting Nvidia dropped their ban on Titans with custom cooling. Today, another custom Titan X appeared, this time from EVGA. Meet the EVGA GeForce GTX Titan X Hybrid, a Titan X with an integrated AIO (think R9 295x2).

 

EVGA announces GTX Titan X with AIO cooler

 

Since it's an AIO, this card is obviously plug and play. EVGA's graphs show a decrease in temperatures of more than 30 degrees Celcius, but please take this with a grain of salt, as this hasn't been tested yet.

 

EVGA announces GTX Titan X with AIO cooler

 

EVGA stated these key features:

Built on Maxwell – The EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN X HYBRID features the most advanced GPU architecture ever made, designed to be the engine of next-generation gaming.

Hydro Performance without the Hassle – All in one cooling solution that is completely self-contained. No filling, no custom tubing, no maintenance. Just plug and play.

Sleek Looks – Intelligent wiring system and sleeved tubing make this one sleek cooler without the messy wires.

Copper Base – Provide maximum heat transfer.

Virtually Silent Operation – Variable controlled fans allow dynamic fan speed based on GPU temperature, and water cooling efficiency means very low noise fans.

Built in Radiator and Fan – Built in 120mm radiator and fan helps dissipate the heat, keeping the GPU as cool as possible. Fan can also be swapped or customized.Cooling for VRM and Memory – VRM and Memory cooling solution separated from GPU, allowing for lowest GPU temperatures, and efficient VRM and Memory cooling.

Cooling for VRM and Memory – VRM and Memory cooling solution separated from GPU, allowing for lowest GPU temperatures, and efficient VRM and Memory cooling.

 

EVGA announces GTX Titan X with AIO cooler

 

There you have it, another custom Titan X. It seems Nvidia has really dropped the ban on custom Titans. How do you feel about this? Let us know.

 

Join the discussion on the EVGA GeForce GTX Titan X HYBRID on the OC3D Forums.

 

EVGA has just unveiled their GTX Titan X HYBRID GPU with integrated AIO cooler. Has Nvidia's ban on custom Titans really...

Posted by OC3D on Friday, 29 May 2015
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29-05-2015, 18:07:33

NeverBackDown
I'd rather put a real block and rad then fork out the extra money that the AIO would cost. I mean you are already spending that much what's the harm in a little more.Quote

29-05-2015, 18:27:06

Dicehunter
Might get the standalone AIO for the TX when it comes out, Mod the shroud to remove all traces of EVGA branding and use my own custom backplate Quote
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