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Colorful Showcases GTX 780 Kudan & GTX Titan Ultra Edition

The GTX 780 Kudan is the company's top GTX 780 model, featuring a custom PCB design and a non-reference cooler that has a total of three expansion slots. The cooler features three fans and five heat pipes. The card would be built from higher-quality components, and that, in combination with being powered by two 8-pin PCIe power connectors, should allow the card to have a lot more overclocking headroom than reference models. To accomplish this, the card will have a much better VRM design than the reference models.

The GTX Titan Ultra Edition is nothing more than a reference model of the GTX Titan with a water block on it and a factory overclock. The company gave no word on the level of the overclock, though. If the card does hit retail, we can expect it to cost a decent bit more than the reference GTX Titan's MSRP.

Niels Broekhuijsen

Niels Broekhuijsen is a Contributing Writer for Tom's Hardware US. He reviews cases, water cooling and pc builds.

  • ferooxidan
    why are titan still available on the market?isn't it limited and already sold out?
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  • vmem
    hmm, I wonder if the Kudan can beat even an OCed Titan due to better PCB design and higher TDP...
    and it reminds me of powercolor's 7970x2 devil 13 lol
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  • Divoxken
    bigger peepee contest
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  • 17seconds
    Colorful really seems like they are a fun company putting out some innovative designs. Strange, I've never heard of their cards for sale or ever once being reviewed on a review site. I'm assuming they are Asia only? Too bad.
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  • bison88
    Complete misuse of the word "Ultra" on a Nvidia card.
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  • DarkSable
    Non reference PCB = yes.
    Three slots? Nooooo.
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  • ihxinfi
    I am all for cards to come equipped as standard with waterblocks once we start to hit the high end. But what I don't understand is why they always seem to cost much much more than the card + waterblock. I understand it's probably a niche market segment, but if you want it to grow, this isn't the way to do it. Watercooling (at least in the high end consumer side) is becoming more and more common which would allow more powerful cards running higher TDP to hit the market if they target watercooled only.
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  • redeemer
    Titan still have throttling issues?
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  • derekullo
    Still waiting for the Titan Super Ultra Edition
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  • derekullo
    Double post
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