Friday, February 22nd 2013

EVGA Unveils GTX Titan HydroCopper Signature Series Graphics Cards

Even as every other AIC partner is under strict directions not to modify GeForce GTX Titan board design, NVIDIA pet EVGA released pictures of its upcoming GTX Titan Signature SC HydroCopper graphics card (model: 06G-P4-2795-KR), the first GTX Titan with a full coverage water block pre-installed. Co-developed by Swiftech, EVGA's block uses nickel-plated copper as its primary material, with a secsi black shroud running the card's entire length. In addition to the 7.1 billion-transistor GPU, the block cools memory chips and VRM components on the obverse side of the PCB. The reverse side gets a back-plate. EVGA did not disclose clock speeds, but the SC (super-clocked) brand extension suggests it ships with a factory-overclock. EVGA didn't disclose its price, but we expect it to be around US $1,300.
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22 Comments on EVGA Unveils GTX Titan HydroCopper Signature Series Graphics Cards

#1
HammerON
The Watchful Moderator
I will take two please:)

I wish...
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#2
Sinzia
I can build a damn nice system for $1.3k!
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#3
Phusius
by: Sinzia
I can build a damn nice system for $1.3k!
yeah, it is getting out of hand. but hey if people buy it then kudos to nvidia. however, one must wonder, could they make more profits by using a different method, aka more people buying it because its cheaper.
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#4
Shinshin
lol... This is a bad 3D render...
What about taking a picture of the actual card?!
Bare minimum - some more polygons, fix the lighting, higher res textures..... :laugh::laugh:
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#5
the54thvoid
I'd buy two for $1300 but not each, eugh!
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#6
bogami
Yah good lord 1300$ really dolar is droping so and all the rest of the world hew to pay for thes ! :mad: If you pay with € euro 's you wiull need to giwe to the seller 1300 € EURO !!!! and man o man liqide colenh block onet and stell need to geth 2 slots free !:banghead: so stupid are thes designers they canot poth on dismountable parts so you can geth secend slot free if you want to. If you buy two cards or mor you moust srtnly do not need so meny outputs !:shadedshu ! expensive crap will i sey no methr haw good it preforms !
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#7
james888
by: Phusius
yeah, it is getting out of hand. but hey if people buy it then kudos to nvidia. however, one must wonder, could they make more profits by using a different method, aka more people buying it because its cheaper.
I am sure they could. The question is why not? I would guess that they don't have the chips stocked up or that they don't want to cut into the quadro profits.
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#8
claylomax
by: bogami
Yah good lord 1300$ really dolar is droping so and all the rest of the world hew to pay for thes ! :mad: If you pay with € euro 's you wiull need to giwe to the seller 1300 € EURO !!!! and man o man liqide colenh block onet and stell need to geth 2 slots free !:banghead: so stupid are thes designers they canot poth on dismountable parts so you can geth secend slot free if you want to. If you buy two cards or mor you moust srtnly do not need so meny outputs !:shadedshu ! expensive crap will i sey no methr haw good it preforms !
Please check your grammar. :shadedshu
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#10
badtaylorx
wow, only $300 for a (single core) full cover waterblock and backplate???

WHAT A DEAL!!!! :nutkick: ........not
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#11
Prima.Vera
Common. Those prices are getting funnier by the minute. LOL
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#12
3870x2
Wow, I could build an entire system from scratch for less than 1.3k, and it would be more performance than this card could deliver.
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#13
Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
What is that? nVidia's stock has gone down since the announcement and release of Titan? Across the board, various markets have been giving Tegra 4 more publicity than Titan in the last 2 days. Now what does that say about nVidia?
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#14
LDNL
Wait a minute... is that waterblock as high as 2 slots or is that just some shroud over it?

E: Nvm my eyes can't process that 3D effect
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#15
Animalpak
by: LDNL
Wait a minute... is that waterblock as high as 2 slots or is that just some shroud over it?

E: Nvm my eyes can't process that 3D effect
Good question.

I think is ALMOST two slots high waterblock, in betwenn.
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#16
radrok
That sticker makes it look so cheap lol
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#17
Slizzo
by: claylomax
Please check your grammar. :shadedshu
I don't believe English is his first language, seeing as his profile states he's from Slovenia.

How about you back off a bit and cut him some slack? His written English gets the point across, no?
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#18
Flibolito
Nice replacement for my 480 Hydrocopper I hope these are available in march.
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#20
Vlada011
Maybe price will be under 1300$.
You don't need to pay 1300$, you can pay 1250$ and no warranty on watercooling.
But I think who have money to pay for Titan + Water block he have money to pay 70$ more maybe for full cover best looking and best performing water block on market.
Maybe they sell later and only waterblock. If block for 680 Classified is around 150$ maye for this they sell for 200-220$. It's early to say...
You can't buy Titan + waterblock for 1150$ no way. In any situation with all combination.
That would be Superclocked HydroCopper. And it's not 300$ more, its 50-70-100$ more if you decide to go on watercooling. Someone need to give warranty on watercooling because ASUS and GIGABYTE and MSI don' want to do that and that cost little.
And they will give in that package something else.
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#22
radrok
Best looking and best performing?

Unless they changed something the HC blocks are by far the most restrictive GPU blocks you can buy on the market. You want THE best performance? Wait for Heatkiller/Aquacomputer blocks.

Well, look is something that concerns personal taste, but man if you think a huge chunk of POM with a cheap sticker looks good then...
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