Hot before COMPUTEX, ZOTAC just revealed a brand spanking new model of their GTX Titan X based GFX card. Dubbed as the “ArcticStorm Edition”, this card features a familiar AMP! Omega Edition Cooler with a hybrid cooling functionality to boot.
Based on the proven, triple fan AMP! Omega, the GTX Titan X’s cooling unit is a revamp of its predecessor, which is now called the IceStorm cooling unit. You could use the card air-cooled, water-cooled via the block + passive cooler combined, or even both. The block appears to cover much of the GFX card, and should be able to passively cool the 12GB VRAM and the card’s VRM.
Now with so much cooling potential, ZOTAC just bumped the clock frequency to 1026 MHz, with a respective 1114 MHz GPU Boost Clock. The memory frequency remains untouched.
ZOTAC is set to debut the card at COMPUTEX 2015, which is most probably, just a taste of things to come.