One would have cause to say that MSI's star cooler was getting old, if the company hadn't made sure to update it on a regular basis.The Twin Frozr module is now at its fifth generation, if we are reading things right.
It is this cooler that Micro-Star International intends to strap onto a new GeForce GTX Titan graphics card.
Colored a mix of black and red, it will contrast with yellow Lightning and Blue Hawk/Power Editions.
No clue yet on whether or not the PCB of the card will be modified as well. It is probable, despite NVIDIA saying that its partners won't be allowed to change the GTX Titan's reference design too much.
At the very least, Military Class III components, higher power limit and better clocks are a guarantee.
CeBIT 2013, the trade show set for Hannover, Germany on March 5-9, is where the launch will happen.