Wednesday, June 4th 2014

EVGA Shows off 2-slot Air Cooled GeForce GTX TITAN-Z and HydroCopper

EVGA showed off its liquid-cooling ready GeForce GTX TITAN-Z dual-GPU graphics card, ahead of its market availability. The card combines an NVIDIA reference PCB with a full-coverage water-block designed for EVGA, by EK Water Blocks. The block is custom in that it features a custom cooler shroud over the EK-FC Titan Z "clear" acrylic variant. It also comes with a 2-slot rear I/O bracket. The card comes with a lofty factory-overclock, of 758 MHz core (compared to 705 MHz reference), 941 MHz GPU Boost (876 MHz reference), and an untouched 7.00 GHz (GDDR5-effective) memory.

In addition, EVGA showed off the industry's first custom-design, air-cooled GeForce GTX TITAN-Z graphics card. The unnamed card features the company's next-generation ACX TITAN-Z 2-slot air-cooler, which features two aluminium fin stacks cooling each of the two GPUs, ventilated by 100 mm fans. EVGA didn't finalize the card's clock speeds, or even the product, for that matter. It depends on if NVIDIA allows it to launch custom-design, air-cooled GTX TITAN-Z.
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4 Comments on EVGA Shows off 2-slot Air Cooled GeForce GTX TITAN-Z and HydroCopper

#1
manofthem
WCG-TPU Team All-Star!
I gotta admit: those look pretty beautiful! :D
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#3
20mmrain
great a WC version of the Titan-Z thats exactly what we need. A $3500 dollar card. Nice EVGA/Nvidia
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#4
2big2fail
That EVGA logo is like taking a dump in the middle of the gorgeous EK WB.
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