Looks like EVGA was the only one allowed by NVIDIA to release a non-reference GeForce GTX Titan. The firm shows off a picture of the GeForce GTX Titan Signature SC HydroCopper, which features a full-cover waterblock developed in cooperation with Swiftech.
Unfortunately, EVGA didn't share a lot of details about this card. It's likely to be overclocked, but the clockspeeds are still a mystery. The pricing is also still shrouded in mist but we expect it will be $999 plus the price of a decent high-end card.