NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN X Cards Burst Into Gaming Arena

Titan X is finally here, and as our own Marco Chiappetta noted in his in-depth review, the graphics card is freakin’ fast (and overclockable, to boot). You can head out now to pick up an NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X for your rig – or you can lay down some extra cash for a custom build from a boutique PC maker. With the news embargo safely behind them, Maingear, Origin PC, and others have been showing off systems that can be customized with Titan X.

Maingear X-CUBEs

“Maingear prides itself in offering the best in gaming and the NVIDIA Titan X is the next generation video card for gamers who demand an unreal visual experience,” said Maingear CEO Wallace Santos in a statement. “Similar to Maingear’s gaming units, the Titan X combines the highest-grade components, meticulous craftsmanship, and superb technology.”

Maingear is offering the Titan X as an option for any of its existing desktop PC models, including the ultra-slim DRIFT it recently released. How many you can pack into the system depends on the model; the SHIFT supports up to three Titan X cards for a mere $3,850 bump in price.

Origin is also offering Titan X cards in its GENESIS, MILLENIUM, and CHRONOS desktops as of today. The builder is touting custom cooling and GPU overclocking to get those Titans humming.

The Origin Millenium is among the new systems that can sport Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X graphics cards.
Origin Millenium

Custom-built systems aren’t for everyone, but it’s hard to be a hardware enthusiast and not at least admire some of these rigs. We’ll have to see how they handle with GTX Titan X cards inside.