While the reference Nvidia GTX Titan X as well as EVGA's standard version, work at 1000MHz for the base GPU and 1075MHz for GPU Boost clock with 12GB of GDDR5 memory clocked at 7010MHz, the EVGA GTX Titan X will have a decent factory-overclock set at 1127MHz for GPU base clock and 1216MHz for GPU Boost clock, despite using the same reference Titan cooler. Unfortunately, EVGA decided to leave the memory at its reference 7010MHz but we are quite sure that there will be some overclocking headroom there as well.
We even managed to get precise details regarding the EVGA GTX Titan X Hydro Copper version. As you already know, this one will be based on the same design but come equipped with EK Water Blocks' custom full-cover water block. EVGA decided to push the GTX Titan X Hydro Copper even further so this one will ship with factory-overclock of 1152MHz for the GPU base and 1241MHz for the GPU Boost clock. Of course, with adequate liquid cooling system, these clocks will probably go even higher, but this is what you get out of the box. The memory on the EVGA GTX Titan X Hydro Copper version is also left at the reference clock of 7010MHz.
Unfortunately, EVGA still did not have any information regarding the availability, date but since most GTX Titan pre-orders will most likely be prioritized for standard GTX Titan X and should be available before the end of this month, we doubt that we will see any of these factory-overclocked graphics card before April.