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Zotac reveals AMP! Omega GTX 980Ti at Computex

Nvidia launched its new flagship gaming GPU on Sunday evening, the GTX 980Ti. We have already reviewed the reference model directly from Nvidia and now we are starting to see custom cooled solutions from board partners pop up. At Computex 2015, Zotac is showing off a couple of new GTX 980Ti models with the beastly AMP! cooler equipped.

While roaming the show floor, our very own Leo Waldock managed to spot two custom-cooled GTX 980Tis, one known as the AMP! Omega and the other known as the ArcticStorm.

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Zotac’s ArctisStorm model comes with a backplate and a hybrid cooling system that allows for easy connection to a custom watercooling loop. On the AMP! side of things, it also comes equipped with a backplate but sticks to air cooling only.

Prices and release date were not announced but we expect to see more and more Nvidia partners launch custom GTX 980Ti graphics cards over the next few weeks. Prices will vary from £550 to £650 from the looks of it. If you want to pick up a GTX 980Ti already, then Overclockers UK has them available for pre-order.

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KitGuru Says: We have reviewed Zotac’s GTX 900-series graphics cards in the past, with the AMP! cooler often performing very well. Do any of you have experience with Zotac GPUs? Are you thinking about grabbing a GTX 980Ti at all? 

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