Wednesday, January 2nd 2019

COLORFUL Announces iGame GeForce RTX 2070 Neptune OC Watercooled Graphics Card

Colorful Technology Company Limited, professional manufacturer of graphics cards, motherboards and high-performance storage solutions is thrilled to announce the return of its Neptune series featuring NVIDIA's new GeForce RTX GPU architecture. The new iGame GeForce RTX 2070 Neptune OC features an improved Neptune cooling solution featuring an integrated AIO liquid cooling solution with a 240mm radiator to bring out the best from the GeForce RTX 2070 GPU. The iGame GeForce RTX 2070 Neptune OC brings unparalleled silence and performance while keeping temperatures super low.

The new graphics card joins the iGame family of high-performance graphics cards design for gamers that demand uncompromising performance to bring gamers the best gaming experience thanks to feedback from gamers themselves.
Neptune Thermal Design
Neptune series graphics cards from COLORFUL featuring excellent cooling and this latest entry in the series is a testament to how COLORFUL innovates with their products. A new high-efficiency pump is at the heart of the cooling solution, delivering 115% more static pressure than traditional pumps thanks to a special blade design, COLORFUL's Neptune pump provides better cooling performance.

Cycling that coolant around is FEP double tubing featuring a durable yet flexible character allowing for more possibilities for placement. The tubing is topped off with sleeves for a premium look. A 240mm radiator with a low resistance design allows higher flow rate, better heat exchange efficiency for unmatched cooling and the Air Balance fans round off the loop with the perfect balance of airflow and pressure to push air through the radiator fins and outside your case. A silent driver IC smooths the fan operation reducing fan noise and vibration.

High Quality Components
In true iGame tradition, COLORFUL uses only the best and finest components in their iGame products to deliver the best quality and performance that gamers demand. The iGame GeForce RTX 2070 Neptune OC uses ultra longlife Hi-C capacitors that ensure extended durability versus traditional solid-state capacitors. DrMOS on the other hand lets COLORFUL maximize PCB space to optimize cooling and deliver superior performance. COLORFUL's signature Silver Plating Technology (SPT) allows the iGame GeForce RTX 2070 Neptune OC to operate with less heat to compliment the cooling innovations on this graphics card.

iGame Features
Fully customize your iGame product to reflect your gamer passion with customizable iGame Dynamik Light for a high degree of freedom in adjusting and creating your own light effects. iGameZone II lets you take your COLORFUL iGame GeForce RTX 2070 Neptune OC further and unleash its full power. Both 120mm fans and radiator support addressable RGB allowing for more customization in lighting and colors on your graphics card.
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23 Comments on COLORFUL Announces iGame GeForce RTX 2070 Neptune OC Watercooled Graphics Card

#3
lexluthermiester
ArbitraryAffection said:
Seems like a bit of a waste on the 2070 imo.
I disagree. Seems like a good candidate for OCing. AMD's Vega series could do with a setup like this as well.
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#4
Supercrit
lexluthermiester said:
I disagree. Seems like a good candidate for OCing. AMD's Vega series could do with a setup like this as well.
It's likely going to cost like a vanilla 2080, then end up about as fast after massive OCing, what's the point?
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#5
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Supercrit said:
It's likely going to cost like a vanilla 2080, then end up about as fast after massive OCing, what's the point?
More than likely? Noise reduction will be the selling point, just like every other gpu with an AIO strapped to it.
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#6
GhostRyder
Ehh, not liking this coloful iGame card. Normally their cards are outrageous and awesome looking, this is just a boring design.

Meh, I mean its water-cooled so its got that, just is not something I would buy.
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#7
Th3pwn3r
cdawall said:
More than likely? Noise reduction will be the selling point, just like every other gpu with an AIO strapped to it.
Wow, I didn't realize that was really even a selling point period let alone THE SELLING POINT. Usually the selling point is letting the consumer it has fancy lighting or TURBO BOOST/SUPER DUPER OVERCLOCKED/yadayadayada.
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#8
lexluthermiester
Th3pwn3r said:
Wow, I didn't realize that was really even a selling point period let alone THE SELLING POINT. Usually the selling point is letting the consumer it has fancy lighting or TURBO BOOST/SUPER DUPER OVERCLOCKED/yadayadayada.
Yup, it is. Noise is a problem for a lot of people and they're willing to pay a premium to minimize it.
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#9
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
lexluthermiester said:
Yup, it is. Noise is a problem for a lot of people and they're willing to pay a premium to minimize it.
Crazy right? Not everyone plays with headphones on.
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#10
lynx29
lexluthermiester said:
I disagree. Seems like a good candidate for OCing. AMD's Vega series could do with a setup like this as well.
Nvidia is limiting OC potential on purpose, this won't help OC'ing at all. on air they are already meet their max points due to Nvidia's design limits they made on purpose.
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#11
lexluthermiester
cdawall said:
Crazy right? Not everyone plays with headphones on.
Or wants to. My PC is literally connected through a HIFI system and proper full range speakers. No headphones for this guy..
lynx29 said:
Nvidia is limiting OC potential on purpose, this won't help OC'ing at all.
And you say that based on what? AIB's have already made OCing beyond NVidia's presets possible. My 2080 OC's well beyond the limits imposed on the FE cards. This card will likely have similar abilities or better given the liquid cooler.
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#12
lynx29
lexluthermiester said:
Or wants to. My PC is literally connected through a HIFI system and proper full range speakers. No headphones for this guy..

And you say that based on what? AIB's have already made OCing beyond NVidia's presets possible. My 2080 OC's well beyond the limits imposed on the FE cards. This card will likely have similar abilities or better given the liquid cooler.
according to benches the FE 2080 ti overclocks and boosts higher than any 3 fan aftermarket solution... maybe the 2080 is different, but yeah those are the benches i have seen anyway
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#13
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
lynx29 said:
according to benches the FE 2080 ti overclocks and boosts higher than any 3 fan aftermarket solution... maybe the 2080 is different, but yeah those are the benches i have seen anyway
Peak clocks and sustained clocks are two different worlds. Would wager that a card over two hours of gaming would very easily show that the fe falls short in cooling regardless of the better binned chips Nv uses in them.
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#14
lexluthermiester
lynx29 said:
according to benches the FE 2080 ti overclocks and boosts higher than any 3 fan aftermarket solution
Citation please. Many of the reviews TPU has done show that many of the AIB models beat out the FE handily not to mention all the other sites and Youtubers who have disproved what you're claiming. ASUS, EVGA, Zotac and MSI for starters.

cdawall said:
Peak clocks and sustained clocks are two different worlds. Would wager that a card over two hours of gaming would very easily show that the fe falls short in cooling regardless of the better binned chips Nv uses in them.
Not to mention the fact that binning doesn't guarantee that AIB's can't make up the difference and exceed it with better power delivery and cooling options. They've already done this with previous gen cards.
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#15
Blueberries
What's that on the PCI-e bracket? Is that a pump speed controller? If so-- that's actually pretty awesome.
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#16
lexluthermiester
Blueberries said:
What's that on the PCI-e bracket? Is that a pump speed controller? If so-- that's actually pretty awesome.
I was wondering that too. Possible. And I agree, it would be very cool!
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#17
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
lexluthermiester said:
Not to mention the fact that binning doesn't guarantee that AIB's can't make up the difference and exceed it with better power delivery and cooling options. They've already done this with previous gen cards.
Current issue being nvidia limits aib bios's. The 1080ti could have pulled much more power and sustained 2200+ on water if the tdp limit was removed. Regardless of card that didn't happen.
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#18
Th3pwn3r
lexluthermiester said:
Or wants to. My PC is literally connected through a HIFI system and proper full range speakers. No headphones for this guy..

And you say that based on what? AIB's have already made OCing beyond NVidia's presets possible. My 2080 OC's well beyond the limits imposed on the FE cards. This card will likely have similar abilities or better given the liquid cooler.
What's your hifi setup?
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#19
lexluthermiester
AIWA bookshelf 5.1 system. See picture;

While mine is not this exact model, it's very close. And everything still works.
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#20
Th3pwn3r
lexluthermiester said:
AIWA bookshelf 5.1 system. See picture;

While mine is not this exact model, it's very close. And everything still works.
Notsureifsrs.jpg

That's funny either way.
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#21
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Th3pwn3r said:
Notsureifsrs.jpg

That's funny either way.
Agree mine is an AVR347 into Klipsch speakers.
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#22
lexluthermiester
Th3pwn3r said:
Notsureifsrs.jpg

That's funny either way.
I'm not seeing a picture there..
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#23
Th3pwn3r
cdawall said:
Agree mine is an AVR347 into Klipsch speakers.
I have a Denon receiver with Klipsch bookshelves right now, I had to downgrade from Polk Rti A12s to save space. I'll buy another set or some Klipsch towers when I get more space again.
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