Thursday, September 26th 2019

COLORFUL iGame Sigma I300 is a Compact Gaming PC with RTX 2060 Super and 9400F

Colorful Technology Company Limited, professional manufacturer of graphics cards, motherboards, high-performance storage solutions and gaming PCs is proud to introduce another entry in its line of Sigma Gaming PCs. COLORFUL is proud to introduce the iGame Sigma I300 Gaming PC. Debuting with the luxurious M500, COLORFUL is addressing the needs of those looking for a compact gaming box. Brandishing an elegant body and a small footprint, the iGame Sigma I300 also brings respectable performance to the table. Perfect for minimalist setup, small rooms or just about anyone that just wants to game and game with exceptional performance, the iGame Sigma I300 is a great choice.

The iGame Sigma I300 is available in multiple configurations with MSRP starting at $999.
A Powerful Engine Under the Hood
To power the gaming experience, the COLORFUL iGame Sigma I300 is powered by a 9th-generation Intel Core i5 9400F complimented by 16 GB of memory on the latest COLORFUL Z390 motherboard, custom-made for the Sigma I300. The Sigma I300 also boasts various options for various gamers from a COLORFUL GeForce RTX 2060 Super at the top-end. Other options include a GeForce GTX 1660 Ti and GTX 1660 for gamers on the lighter end of the spectrum. Storage options is a tandem of a 500 GB NVMe SSD backed with a 1 TB HDD for bulk storage. This is powered by a 350 W 80Plus Bronze PSU.

Compact, Sleek, Elegant
The iGame Sigma I300 boasts an elegant chassis, done in black and features a very small footprint at only 66% of an A4 sheet of paper. The chassis can still house a graphics card up to 30 cm in length. The chassis is built with optimal cooling in mind and features air intake vents in 3 places. The intake vents are creatively fused with the chassis design to give off that sleek, unique look that doesn't scream of the stereotypical aggressiveness but is still a beautiful piece nonetheless.

Accent lighting are installed in the front, side and rear to add character and give a more vibrant feel to the case when in use. COLORFUL has place the I/O cables at the bottom for easier cable management and avoid clutter from traditional rear-placed cables. The built-in WIFI also reduces the need for cabling making it great for minimalist desktops.

Familiar, Unique Style
The COLORFUL iGame Sigma I300 inherits many of the familiar style from its bigger brother, the M500. Featuring an easily recognizable power button, the top of the iGame Sigma I300 is home for front panel port connectivities.
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17 Comments on COLORFUL iGame Sigma I300 is a Compact Gaming PC with RTX 2060 Super and 9400F

#4
medi01
So, basically something that could be much better served with AMD chips.
5700 + 3600x
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#5
Zubasa
medi01
So, basically something that could be much better served with AMD chips.
5700 + 3600x
The GPUs makes sense, since Colorful is an nVidia AIB, there is no reason for them to use anything otherwise.
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#6
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medi01
So, basically something that could be much better served with AMD chips.
5700 + 3600x
It's 1660, 1660Ti and 2060 Super. AMD doesn't have anything recent to replace the first two ;)
But as you noted, these are great days to be a gamer :rockout:
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#7
bonehead123
For some reason, I like the overall design, now if they would have just put the front I/O on, like, you know, the FRONT.... :)

But the specs are meh for a gaming rig IMHO. I understand the design & size imposes some restrictions, but still it seems more compromises than limitations
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bonehead123
For some reason, I like the overall design, now if they would have just put the front I/O on, like, you know, the FRONT.... :)

But the specs are meh for a gaming rig IMHO. I understand the design & size imposes some restrictions, but still it seems more compromises than limitations
The specs are great for a gaming rig. They're meh for a pro gamer, but if all you're after is some enjoyable time, this thing will deliver (in FHD) ;)
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#9
Hardware Geek
Starting at $1k. The margins on this must be impressive.
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#10
qwerty_lesh
I like the look, not as much as the antec striker but its still pretty cool.
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#11
bug
Hardware Geek
Starting at $1k. The margins on this must be impressive.
There's always a premium when you want somebody else to build it for you ;)
That said, the GPU+CPU+RAM will set you back $500, so the margins can't be that big.
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#12
The Egg
That's a really expensive ionizing air filter. How often do you have to change the filters and how much do they cost?
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#13
PanicLake
W1zzard
Fixed
You have to put your things in order W1zzard, you are doing this kind of errors quite often lately ;)
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#14
W1zzard
PanicLake
You have to put your things in order W1zzard, you are doing this kind of errors quite often lately ;)
I usually don't do news, but @btarunr is on holiday this week, so I'm helping out, adding news to my daily workload
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W1zzard
I usually don't do news, but @btarunr is on holiday this week, so I'm helping out, adding news to my daily workload
Basically, you're trying to make @btarunr look better :D
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#16
W1zzard
bug
Basically, you're trying to make @btarunr look better :D
Nobody in this industry even gets close to what he does with news
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#17
bug
W1zzard
Nobody in this industry even gets close to what he does with news
I might have believed that before TPU started going rather heavy on clickbait titles.
It's all good, I know how to read past the titles, but I wonder what this will do to your audience in the long run.
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