Colorful Shows Off iGame GTX Titan Ultra Edition With Sub-Zero Cooler
Ryan Martin / 6 years ago
Colorful never cease to amaze us with some of their amazing GPU and graphics card innovations and with Nvidia lifting restrictions on custom GTX Titan PCB and cooler designs, Colorful have really gone for it this time. Hermitage Akihabara have revealed Colorful’s iGame GTX Titan Ultra Edition graphics card can only be described as extreme. The graphics card comes with a full coverage phase change cooler designed out of the box for open air benches and for people who know how to voltage modify graphics cards.
The compressor assembly for the phase change cooler comes inside a separate case that is easily the size of a mini-ITX/micro-ATX computer chassis. The cooler itself has insulated refrigerant pipes and the block is dual slot and cools everything on the front of the PCB while a customised backplate deals with the back.
According to TechPowerUp “A phase-change cooler works on the same principle as deep-freezers, refrigerators, and air-conditioners, only that in this case, the block takes up the role of the evaporator”.
The iGame GTX Titan Ultra Edition can sustain temperatures as low as minus 50 degrees Celsius from the factory. The iGame GTX Titan Ultra already comes with a hefty factory overclock of 954MHz core and 1006MHz boost up from 863MHz core and 900MHz boost reference speeds. There are no words on pricing and availability but given the incredibly niche market and ultra high end nature of this product we expect these to be very limited quantities and easily cost over $2000.
Images courtesy of Hermitage Akihabara