Friday, December 23rd 2016

Colorful Unveils Feature Preview of its iGame200 Motherboards

Colorful Technology Company Limited, professional manufacturer of graphics cards and motherboards, is thrilled to reveal its preview of features for its upcoming iGame200 motherboard product line. The new motherboards from Colorful will support both existing and upcoming processors for the LGA1151 socket including the 7th-gen Core series processors from Intel. The new processors will bring several improvements over its predecessor including performance and efficiency enhancements and Colorful is ready to bring the best that these CPUs can offer and deliver the needs of gamers with outstanding features.
GameStorm Full Coverage Armor
A fully customized shroud protects the PCB from dust while providing a great visual for the motherboard to showcase the style of the user. As with everything Colorful does, the new iGame200 is another instalment in Colorful's line of DIY friendly products that encourages creativity and personalization.

Gamer Voice 2.0
The latest iteration of Gamer Voice. Colorful's new motherboard's RGB lighting will change its color according to music's tempo. Color and transition effects can be adjusted via the new BIOS. This adds a new level of dynamic feel to the system on top of the added benefits that Gamer Voice already offers like superb audio clarity.

GameStorm eSports Interface
Colorful uses specially designed USB interfaces utilizing Fintek F75503 and Fintek F75501 chips that are optimized for gaming to deliver maximum performance for your gaming peripherals for that little extra edge in competitive gaming.

KillerE2500 Network Card
For the best online gaming experience, Colorful has again teamed-up with Killer Networks to equip Colorful motherboards with powerful KillerE2500 network chips for the best dedicated network solution for gamers that balance network traffic on your computer so you get the best performance and ping times on your games.

DIY Multifunction Overclocking Button
For ease of maintenance and improved performance, Colorful integrates onboard buttons and a readout display for DIY situations, maintenance and a simple, one-touch overclocking button makes it possible to boost system performance with a single keypress. No manual tweaking or setup needed!
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11 Comments on Colorful Unveils Feature Preview of its iGame200 Motherboards

#1
P4-630
Looks cheap-ish plastic-ish to me....
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#2
Antykain
Are Colorful ever coming stateside?
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#3
ZoneDymo
am I the only one who just wants to see some AM4 motherboards?
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#4
Recon-UK
Not AM4.

I am not impress.
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#5
INSTG8R
Vanguard Beta Tester
Not crazy enough Colorful... That said it looks like a cheap version of my Sabertooth.
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#6
Ser-J
the irony, colorless mobo made by colorful company
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#7
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
INSTG8RNot crazy enough Colorful... That said it looks like a cheap version of my Sabertooth.
agreed, a cheap sabertooth board... nothing to see here
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#8
Vayra86
Plastic Tooth, I think that's what I'm calling this.
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#9
yggdrasil
Just looks like a Asus mobo copy cat.

But I can imagine "innovating" on motherboards could be hard.
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#10
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Should be zany. :(
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#11
semantics
yggdrasilJust looks like a Asus mobo copy cat.

But I can imagine "innovating" on motherboards could be hard.
Well outside of quality parts there isn't much "innovation" a good mobo is a good mobo for the most part higher prices just means more options like more sata ports, or fancy uefi settings that most people don't mess with or extra nics or wifi integration etc. Higher end audio solutions is probably the only one that's used commonly although i've seen people buy rog asus boards with decent dac and amp built into the board ignored because they use an external dac. TBH as i don't OC most boards near the cheapest of mobo is good enough in most cases as most of the extra options wont be utilized to begin with. Although i actually do like Asus's "armor" just because of all the dust covers etc which i actually would use and i think most people who buy the boards will use because it's a set it and forget it kind of thing as you build the comp.
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