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NVIDIA Working on a Liquid Cooled GTX TITAN X Ultra?

Category: Video Cards
Posted: 08:55AM

NVIDIA's new GTX TITAN X video card is one massive beast, as it pairs a GM200 core with 12GB of GDDR5 for some 4K gaming on a single card. Now it looks like a new version may be coming out, as a GTX TITAN X Ultra with a closed-loop liquid cooler has been spotted. NVIDIA typically does not allow for its board partners to modify the TITAN series in any way, but this model is apparently done by the company itself. The TITAN X Ultra, if it keeps that name, has the liquid cooler keeping the GM200 core cool, while air cooling handles the VRAM. That liquid cooler apparently allows for a 250MHz overclock to the core, which already comes in at 1000MHz stock. The Boost clock would then jump to the 1325 to 1375MHz range and would be downright impressive.

This is, of course, simply a rumor, but with AMD's flagship card potentially being a dual GPU monster, NVIDIA may just want to have an ace up its sleeve.

Source: WCCFTech

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ccokeman on April 03, 2015 22:29

Got to get me some o that! 

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