ZOTAC has come up with what seems to be the first GeForce GTX Titan X card to feature a custom-design.
The new GTX Titan X ArcticStorm card comes with custom cooling that requires no modifications. It uses a dual-slot triple-fan solution with a custom water block that can also be paired with existing liquid cooling. So if you do not need additional cooling, you can simply stick to the conventional air-cooling that it comes with. If you need to push the GPU harder, you can connect the water loop for superior cooling.
The ZOTAC Titan X ArcticStorm card comes factory overclocked with a 1026 MHz core and 1114 MHz Boost clock. Memory clock remains untouched, running at the default 7.00 GHz speed.
More details on pricing and availability could be expected next week when ZOTAC showcases the Titan X ArcticStorm card at Computex 2015.