Product information: H2O Custom GeForce Titan X 12288MB Water Cooled Graphics CardOverclockers UK Tech Labs H2O Custom Graphics Cards feature the finest Graphics Card offerings on the market paired with full cover watercooling block solutions from proven watercooling manufacturers.
Each Tech Labs H2O Custom Graphics Card designed to produce fantastic results for the end user looking for optimum cooling performance as well as increasing headroom for overclocks and reducing noise output from a performance computer system.
Overclockers UK Tech Labs H2O Custom Graphics Cards are professionally installed by watercooling experts who ensure that your hardware is handled with extreme care and pre tested to ensure that it arrives to you in full working order. We install the performance processor of your choice and use premium 'Thermal Grizzly' non-conductive Thermal Materials to enhance the cooling capabilities of the Graphics Card VGA Cooling block and keep your hardware safe.
Included in the installation is precision installed performance thermal pads on all graphics card hot spots including the memory modules and VRM that will increase the thermal conductivity of the Graphics Card Block and allow maximum heat transfer from your performance hardware into your custom watercooling setup.
To install and run an Overclockers UK Tech Labs H2O Custom Graphics Cards in your system, you will need to use appropriate watercooling hardware to support the cooling potential of the block.
Overclockers UK recommends the following for optimised performance:
- A Thick 240mm Radiator for a loop including a single Overclockers UK Tech Labs H2O Custom Graphics Card
A 360mm Radiator for a loop including a single Overclockers UK Tech Labs H2O Custom Graphics Card and a high performance quad core CPU
- A Thick 360mm Radiator for a loop including a single Overclockers UK Tech Labs H2O Custom Graphics Card and an overclocked quad or hex core CPU
- A 480mm Radiator for a loop including two Overclockers UK Tech Labs H2O Custom Graphics Cards and a high performance quad core CPU
These figures should be used as a rough estimate and we suggest that if adding more items into your watercooling loop that you take appropriate measures to enhance your cooling system.
Overclockers UK Tech Labs H2O Custom Graphics Cards provide the perfect platform for GPU overclocking by giving your Graphics Card optimised running conditions to perform at its best and allow you to overclock your system to higher frequencies whilst keeping the Processor and power array on your Graphics Card at a lower operating temperatures.
TITAN X takes today’s most demanding games and scenarios in its stride, and at the recent Game Developers Conference (GDC) the world saw its full range of capabilities in next-gen experiences, too. Of those experiences, Virtual Reality (VR) is poised to be the next-big thing. Why? Because you’re immersed in the game in a way that was previously impossible. It’s you, directly in the game, with a real stereoscopic viewpoint, often with physical extensions of your body rendered on-screen when exploring and interacting with objects. It’s nigh on impossible to effectively describe, but once you try it you’ll be taken aback, gawping with wonder and grinning like a Cheshire cat. It truly is the future of gaming.
Unsurprisingly then, wherever you went at GDC jaws were dropping left and right thanks to the many VR demos, and powering the graphically advanced showcases from leading developers such as Crytek and Epic was TITAN X. Each demo was rendered on a VR headset with two high-resolution displays running at 90Hz, requiring a constant 90 frames per second, per screen, and TITAN X was the only GPU in town up to the task.
TITAN X’s performance makes it equally adept at running next-gen experiences, like Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4 Kite demo that demonstrates the fidelity possible in future games. Featuring fully dynamic direct and indirect illumination, cinematic-quality depth of field and motion blur, PBR assets, and procedural asset placement, Kite required astronomical amounts of power to render, and it was only TITAN X that could deliver when Epic were looking for a GPU to render Kite in real-time at GDC.
TITAN X is also primed and ready for DirectX 12, a new graphics API that will increase performance, enable the creation of more detailed worlds, and allow developers to create previously-impossible experiences. Imagine a strategy game with tens of thousands of individual units, a city builder with unparalleled simulations and AI, and worlds filled with thousands of buildings and objects, each uniquely textured. These possibilities and more await later this year.
Whether you’re exploring space in VR in Elite: Dangerous, robbing a bank in 4K in Battlefield Hardline, or prepping your system for future experiences, TITAN X has the performance and features to give you smooth, consistent frame rates, with industry-leading frame times. And if you somehow max out TITAN X, it’s compatible with 2-Way, 3-Way and 4-Way SLI, and forthcoming VR SLI modes where each GPU renders separate displays in VR headsets to improve performance and further reduce latency.
- GeForce Titan X
- GPU: GeForce Titan X
- Core Base Clock: 1000MHz
- Core Boost Clock: 1075MHz
- Memory Clock: 7010MHz
- Memory Size: 12288MB GDDR5
- Bus Type: PCI Express 3.0
- Memory Bus: 384-bit
- CUDA Cores: 3072
- DirectX 12: Yes
- DVI Port: 1x Dual-Link DVI, 3x DisplayPort & 1x HDMI
- DisplayPort: Yes
- HDCP: Yes
- HDMI: Yes
- Power: 1x 6-Pin & 1x 8-Pin
- 600W PSU Required
- 250W TDP
- Dimensions: L=282mm, W=110mm, H=43mm
- Warranty: 3yr