Monday, September 13th 2010

Colorful Intros Non-Reference OC GeForce GTS 450 Graphics Card

Colorful launched its GeForce GTS 450 offering, a hardcore-looking design that makes use of a custom-design PCB and cooler. The cooler uses a heatsink-fan assembly with forked radially-projecting aluminum fin, a GPU base under it gives out two 6 mm heat pipes, that convey heat to aluminum fin arrays on either sides of the fan. Colorful is said to be using factory overclocked speeds, although the exact speeds are not known. The company also has a plain reference design card that runs at reference speeds of 783/1566/900(3600) MHz. Colorful primarily targets the Asian markets, along with distribution in some European markets as well.
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9 Comments on Colorful Intros Non-Reference OC GeForce GTS 450 Graphics Card

#1
Lionheart
WOW what an interesting design
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mdsx1950
I agree with CHAOS! Damn that card looks hot! :D Plus the box looks sexy with Bumblebee on it.
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#3
Aleksander
I like this one more than all other cards i have seen so far :)
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#4
AlienIsGOD
Agreed, thats one sweet looking 450!!
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#5
buggalugs
Colorful? It probably sounds great in Chinese but loses impact in English....
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pantherx12
by: buggalugs
Colorful? It probably sounds great in Chinese but loses impact in English....
I think it works rather well, if you described a person as "Colourful" then it would imply they have a quirky-ness to them, and could also mean that they are quite different from the rest of the crowd.

From their products I've seen so far I'd said they were colourful indeed : ]
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FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
wow for a moment there i thought they ripped the cooler off an old 4870 TOXIC card & stuck it on! they look exactly the same except the toxic cooler has 1 more heatpipe sticking out
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mdm-adph
by: pantherx12
I think it works rather well, if you described a person as "Colourful" then it would imply they have a quirky-ness to them, and could also mean that they are quite different from the rest of the crowd.
Going from my experience of nearly 10 years of buying tech products out of China, I think it's just a bad translation. :rolleyes:
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