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Colorful Reveals Water-Cooled iGame GeForce GTX Titan

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Colorful has revealed its water-cooled GTX Titan iGame.

A while back, we informed you that Colorful was working on a number of liquid-cooled GTX Titans, although few details were actually known, and the images we got were rendered with the wrong graphics cards underneath the coolers. Now, though, Colorful has revealed the actual production model, the GTX Titan iGame.

The PCB of the GTX Titan underneath is nothing other than the Nvidia's reference design. This is because Nvidia has restricted manufacturers from altering the PCB design. The only items that manufacturers can change are the clock speeds and the cooler. The only changes to the GTX Titan iGame are those as well, as it features a liquid cooling block along with higher clock speeds. The GTX Titan iGame runs at 954 MHz base clock with a boost clock of 1006 MHz.

Colorful has shown the card in two different versions: one with an acetal cover, and another with an acrylic cover. A poll will decide whether one or both of the cards will actually go into production. The cooling block on either of the models is essentially the same beyond that. They feature the same basic design and cover the GPU, the memory and the VRMs.

So far, there has been no official word on pricing or availability, but expect the cards to be priced above that of the stock GTX Titan.

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    sicofante , 14 May 2013 00:38
    It's really unfortunate they haven't reduced the size of the card to one slot. I've read things about Nvidia not allowing to change the PCB, but does that include the number of connectors? Really?
    This would be the perfect case to fill a single motherboard with 7 Ttitans for computing purposes (which is probably the only place where the Titan makes sense). What a shame.
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    sicofante , 14 May 2013 00:39
    It's really unfortunate they haven't reduced the size of the card to one slot. I've read things about Nvidia not allowing to change the PCB, but does that include the number of connectors? Really?
    This would be the perfect case to fill a single motherboard with 7 Ttitans for computing purposes (which is probably the only place where the Titan makes sense). What a shame.