EVGA on Friday released among the world’s first mass-produced GeForce GTX Titan X graphics cards with a hybrid liquid cooling system. The newly board are going to become available to the market in June, to keep one of the world’s highest-performing single-GPU graphics adapters. For all those, who currently own a GeForce GTX Titan X, EVGA offers to purchase its hybrid LCS individually.
Currently Nvidia’s GeForce GTX Titan X graphics cards provide exceptional levels of performance for single-GPU graphics solutions. Whilst there are several factory overclocked Titan X graphics adapters configured to reveal even higher performance compared to the regular ones, the overwhelming majority of them use Nvidia’s reference cooling systems. Coolers manufactured by Nvidia are quite efficient for stock clock-rates, but in overclocked conditions, they emerge as loud yet still can’t cool-down graphics cards to appropriate temps. Consequently. a lot of suppliers of add-in-boards set up their own cooling solutions on pre-overclocked Nvidia GeForce GTX Tian X graphics adapters.
EVGA was the first manufacturers of graphics boards to offer a GeForce GTX Titan X with a pre-installed water-block for enthusiasts with DIY do-it-yourself liquid cooling solution previously this year. On Friday, the company grew to become the initial manufacturer of graphics cards to expose a GeForce GTX Titan X with a hybrid closed-loop liquid cooler, which assures to combine maximum cooling effectiveness and comparatively quiet operation. EVGA’s hybrid liquid cooling solution offers a water block with copper base, a sizable 120mm radiator, entirely blocked the tubes along with a fan. The self-contained cooler is probably created by a contract manufacturer, like Asetek. As per EVGA, its hybrid cooling solution may cool-down Nvidia’s GeForce GTX Titan X graphics processing unit to around 53°C under load, however the standard cooler is only able to cool the GPU down to 85°C under the similar load.
The EVGA GeForce GTX Titan X Hybrid graphics card relies upon the entirely fledged GM200 graphics processing unit with 3072 stream processors and also bears 12GB of GDDR5 memory. The GeForce GTX Titan X Hybrid adapter utilizes printed circuit board created by Nvidia, although has substantially higher out-of-box GPU clock-rates: 1152MHz/1241MHz base/boost frequencies as compared to 1000MHz/1075MHz suggested by Nvidia. In reality, the add-in board has the similar clock-rates as the liquid-cooled EVGA GeForce GTX Titan X Hydro Copper. Such as other GeForce GTX Titan X graphics cards in the marketplace, EVGA’s factory-overclocked add-in-boards feature 7GHz memory and also a end-users have to enhance frequencies of GDDR5 by themselves.
The EVGA GeForce GTX Titan X Hybrid graphics card are going to released to the market shortly. The company can buy the adapter for $1099. The EVGA all-in-one hybrid liquid cooling system for GeForce GTX Titan X boards is offered individually for $109.
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