Tuesday, January 8th 2019

Colorful Debuts the iGame GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KUDAN

Colorful Technology Company Limited, professional manufacturer of graphics cards, motherboards and high-performance storage solutions is proud to announce its most powerful graphics card to date with the latest entry bearing the title of KUDAN. The COLORFUL iGame GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KUDAN brings NVIDIA's Turing GPU architecture to the absolute extreme with all its feature including real-time raytracing. The new iGame GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KUDAN features the best that COLORFUL has to offer and has been engineered to near perfection to give gamers a great gaming experience.

The iGame GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KUDAN makes its worldwide debut during COLORFUL GAMES UNION 2018 held in Hunan, China. COLORFUL's new iGame GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KUDAN will be a limited release with only 1000 units being made.
With a 1800 MHz boost frequency out of the box, the iGame GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KUDAN offers incredible performance with no manual overclocking needed. To further elevate its potential, COLORFUL adorns the card with a custom cooling solution designed only for the KUDAN series of graphics cards. The new KUDAN hybrid cooling for the RTX 2080 Ti features all new cooling components including a large radiator, custom die-cast backplate featuring a number to signify which of the 1000 limited units the card is.
The iGame GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KUDAN also features RGB lighting for further customization and a new, larger LCD display on the side gives us real-time information about the graphics card.

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of iGame, COLORFUL is designing the shroud of the KUDAN with a special clockface theme, showing the years that iGame has been helping gamers dominate their favorite games.

COLORFUL GAMES UNION 2018
This year's COLORFUL GAMES UNION (CGU 2018) will be a very special year as it opens its doors to international competitors welcoming players from other countries into the competition. CGU 2018 started at January 6th, 2019 with a special ceremony held in celebration for the love of esports. Guests include partners from NVIDIA as well as Intel to help kickstart the tournament.

Collaboration with NVIDIA GEFORCE CUP for grassroot LAN tournament that helps to boost the eSports culture within GeForce-certified iCafes and grow local gamer communities, shaping to become future star teams.
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16 Comments on Colorful Debuts the iGame GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KUDAN

#1
IceScreamer
I love it, I mean I'd never buy it but it's nice knowing it's not just RBG these days.

Oh cool, it even shows a TPU logo on the screen.
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#2
SN2716057
Why hybrid air and liquid? It just adds bulk and weight. And that radiator..ugh.
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#3
bogami
You need permission to carry weapons if you wish to buy this card , if you survive sell of internal organs ! Fuckt up design combo . Reshaping . I would not have bought it or had it if I could .
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#4
Zubasa
Step 1: Make hybrid card to improve cooling
Step 2: Put gear thing to block air flow and hampers cooling
Step 3: Profit???????? :confused:
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#5
BakerMan1971
SN2716057 said:
Why hybrid air and liquid? It just adds bulk and weight. And that radiator..ugh.
I too wonder how effective these are however it does allow you to run the card without water in an emergency :)
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#6
lZKoce
Now, that's the Colorful I remember. The watch sprocket is a nice touch IMO.
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#7
Vya Domus
These things cost a fortune anyway, might as well get a fancy looking one.
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#8
zo0lykas
Looking nice overall, but but when i see 3x8 power connectors, i think new own personal power plant.
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#9
ensabrenoir
....just simply....AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#11
Dave65
Looks great but that is about it.
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#12
the54thvoid
It is maximum super effort wonderful.

Or at least that could be the strap-line for the product.
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#13
craigo
IMHO that looks nicer than the Asus one...
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#14
Mescalamba
That would look pretty nice in Cosmos.
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#15
Ginpo236
I hope these Add-in board partners are ready to insure and ensure that these built in radiator cards won't break a person's PCIE slot on their mobo.

Customer: Hi, I want to create a warranty claim on my motherboard, Gigabyte Aorus Z390.

Gigabyte: Oh? What happened?

Customer: I mounted an Asus 2080ti Matrix (also card-mounted radiator) and it fell off.

Gigabyte: Asus? yea.. sorry that's your fault, we don't warranty another company's heavy cards.. now if you had a Gigabyte Aorus 2080ti waterforce.. maybe..
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BakerMan1971
Ginpo236 said:
I hope these Add-in board partners are ready to insure and ensure that these built in radiator cards won't break a person's PCIE slot on their mobo.

Customer: Hi, I want to create a warranty claim on my motherboard, Gigabyte Aorus Z390.

Gigabyte: Oh? What happened?

Customer: I mounted an Asus 2080ti Matrix (also card-mounted radiator) and it fell off.

Gigabyte: Asus? yea.. sorry that's your fault, we don't warranty another company's heavy cards.. now if you had a Gigabyte Aorus 2080ti waterforce.. maybe..
Surely a card such as this you would mount vertically :)
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