Saturday, June 19th 2021

COLORFUL Launches Limited Edition GeForce RTX 3090 KUDAN Graphics Card

Colorful Technology Company Limited, a professional manufacturer of graphics cards, motherboards, all-in-one gaming and multimedia solutions, and high-performance storage, is thrilled to announce the launch of its limited-edition variant of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 graphics card - the iGame GeForce RTX 3090 KUDAN. COLORFUL will only produce 1000 units of the graphics card. It comes with the brand's most advanced premium features to deliver excellent cooling for extreme performance. The KUDAN's hybrid cooling thermal design is a perfect balance of air cooling and liquid cooling, enabling the KUDAN to reach extreme overclocks with superb stability. The KUDAN comes with COLORFUL's signature One-Key OC delivering extreme performance in a switch of a button, pushing boost clocks to 1860 MHz.

The iGame GeForce RTX 3090 KUDAN sports a black and gray color theme on its precision CNC machined aluminium alloy shroud and backplate. The KUDAN features intricate patterns along with the iconic Golden Gears and gold accents to complete its luxurious look - styling that's fitting for a king. The KUDAN also features an LCD display and vibrant RGB lighting elements on the graphics card and radiator.
Crafted to be COLORFUL's masterpiece, the limited-edition iGame GeForce RTX 3090 KUDAN features a combination of advanced processing and intricate designs. To create the intricate patterns on the aluminium alloy components, COLORFUL used precision CNC technology with controlled accuracy within 0.3 mm. The KUDAN is packed with a plethora of gaming-oriented features and premium components including a fully customizable 60Hz display panel that can be used for real-time monitoring. The display can be flipped 90° allowing it to be visible even in vertical graphics card mounting orientation. The RTX 3090 KUDAN also has customizable RGB lighting on the shroud's visible side and backplate. The radiator's RGB lighting is powered by Modern Light Technology with a mirror-like surface that gives a sophisticated infinity lighting effect.

COLORFUL incorporated leading technologies used in the Advanced Series and Neptune Series for its hybrid cooling design. For the latest KUDAN graphics card, COLORFUL enlisted Stäubli International, a Swiss manufacturer of high-quality liquid connectors and couplings, for its quick-release mechanism. The thermal design consists of the triple-fan heatsink and a high-performance 240 mm radiator delivering the best hybrid cooling for maximum heat dissipation.

Hybrid Cooling Thermal Design
The iGame GeForce RTX 3090 KUDAN has a hybrid cooling system that has both air-cooling and water-cooling systems. The RTX 3090 KUDAN's air cooling system features a triple-fan heatsink with six 6 mm high-performance heat pipes. It uses COLORFUL's newly developed "Storm Chaser" 90 mm fans with fixed-rotating fan blades. The heatsink features the iGame Vacuum Copper Plate Technology - a signature of the Advanced Series graphics cards. The air-cooling system delivers efficient heat dissipation on its own.

The RTX 3090 KUDAN also has a liquid cooling system with a nine-stage water block and a high-performance 240 mm radiator. The water block and integrated heat sink use the Breathe-Gill Technology used in the Neptune Series graphics cards. It features a much denser water lane structure and a stronger cooling performance.

Just like its predecessors, the iGame GeForce RTX 3090 KUDAN uses quick-release fittings for easy mounting and dismounting of the radiator-pump unit. The RTX 3090 KUDAN uses Swiss-made high-quality fittings designed by Stäubli which can be rotated 360° for easy installation and troubleshooting.

Limited Edition Collector's Item
The iGame GeForce RTX 3090 KUDAN is a limited-edition graphics card with only 1000 units produced. The KUDAN comes bundled with exclusive KUDAN accessories including a KUDAN screwdriver, KUDAN keycaps, and a KUDAN graphics card holder. The limited-edition RTX 3090 KUDAN is packed in a luxurious and durable suitcase.

Pricing and Availability
The limited-edition COLORFUL iGame GeForce RTX 3090 KUDAN graphics card has a manufacturer's suggested retail price of $4999. Available in limited quantities of only 1000 units.
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26 Comments on COLORFUL Launches Limited Edition GeForce RTX 3090 KUDAN Graphics Card

#1
Chaitanya
It has been a long time since we had hybrid GPU launch.
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#2
Hyrel
This entire gen of GPUs feels like "limited edition". Love the design tho, has bit of a steampunk feel to it.
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#3
Cruise51
Looks very nice. $5000 is out of my league, but recent events prove someone will buy.
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#4
fancucker
See how easy the premium produce (3090) commands special editions and consumer interest? the 6900XT pales (anemic amd) in comparison. DLSS is enough to hammer out a win
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#5
MDWiley
Colorful out here trying to cash in on scalping prices lol. No doubt some suckers will still buy it though. Oh well.
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#7
kruk
fancuckerSee how easy the premium produce (3090) commands special editions and consumer interest? the 6900XT pales (anemic amd) in comparison. DLSS is enough to hammer out a win
Imagine buying a $5k GPU and then boasting about how you use a fancy upscaler to play games with it. Come on ... this is not a budget card ... :kookoo:

P.S: Also, this trend in high prices for new GPUs indicates that we will never reach pre-Turing prices on GPUs again ... RIP Budget PC Gaming :(
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#8
TheoneandonlyMrK
fancuckerSee how easy the premium produce (3090) commands special editions and consumer interest? the 6900XT pales (anemic amd) in comparison. DLSS is enough to hammer out a win
Screams we copied Asrocks gears motif to charge you three extra grand to me.
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#9
spnidel
$5000 for a graphics card
looooooooooool
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#10
Mysteoa
What is the point of having gears that don't mesh or move?
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#11
Unregistered
fancuckerSee how easy the premium produce (3090) commands special editions and consumer interest? the 6900XT pales (anemic amd) in comparison. DLSS is enough to hammer out a win
I noticed that a 3090 playing Tomb Raider and Assasin's Creed: Valhalla could be quite blurry - I take it, this $5000 card would come with the same benefits.
#12
Rithsom
Three years from now, a $500 card built on 5/3 nm process will destroy this 3090 in benchmarks. :laugh:
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#13
Mescalamba
krukImagine buying a $5k GPU and then boasting about how you use a fancy upscaler to play games with it. Come on ... this is not a budget card ... :kookoo:

P.S: Also, this trend in high prices for new GPUs indicates that we will never reach pre-Turing prices on GPUs again ... RIP Budget PC Gaming :(
Buyers now are mostly scalpers/miners.

Mining is time limited stuff, scalping is here due the first one and overall chip shortages and COVID.

GPUs and all chips are ordered in advance by sometimes years.

At certain point all this stuff passes and there will be most likely actually too much of GPUs in the market. Only problem here is that we are looking at something that will probably take years.

Apart that, people not being able to buy and make gaming PC are problem for decent portion of that industry and everything tied to it.
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#14
bonehead123
MDWileyColorful out here trying to cash in on scalping prices lol. No doubt some suckers will still buy it though. Oh well.
Oh NO, the $5k is the M.S.R.P.....

These will surely be scalped for at least 2-3x that, or more, since it is a so-called "limited edition", which basically means there will be a grand total of 5, maybe 10, available worldwide until at least 2023, hehehe :)
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#15
junglist724
OK, now slap that cooler on a reasonably priced card. Would love to put something like that in an sff case
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#16
ZoneDymo
spnidel$5000 for a graphics card
looooooooooool
I said that about 600+ dollar gpu's.....but here we are....
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#17
Caring1
RithsomThree years from now, a $500 card built on 5/3 nm process will destroy this 3090 in benchmarks. :laugh:
You left a zero off that price. ;)
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#18
Rithsom
Caring1You left a zero off that price. ;)
No, I don't think that I did. Three years will obviously give the market enough time to stabilize. Surely you don't think that the current prices are here to stay?

Anyway, if a $500 card three years from now would destroy this 3090, then a $5,000 card three years from now would utterly obliterate it.
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#19
Caring1
I don't think they will ever return to what people would like to pay or have paid in the past.
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#20
Rithsom
Caring1I don't think they will ever return to what people would like to pay or have paid in the past.
Oh, of course prices won't return to what they were in the glory days of Pascal/Polaris. These days, a card with $500 MSRP is considered upper-mid-range. But we do know that upper-mid-range cards generally beat the previous generation's flagship, eg. the 3070 vs. 2080 Ti, or the 6700 XT vs. Radeon VII.

Assuming that there will be two new generations of graphics cards three years from now, and assuming that prices will return to normal, a $500 upper-mid-range card in three years should not only beat today's flagships, but also the flagships of the RTX 4000 series/RX 7000 series.
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#21
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
HyrelThis entire gen of GPUs feels like "limited edition". Love the design tho, has bit of a steampunk feel to it.
I literally came here to say they are all limited edition now. Good on you! :laugh:
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#22
lexluthermiester
btarunrCrafted to be COLORFUL's masterpiece
I have to agree. That is very aesthetically pleasing card! With the option to liquid cool if desired! I wonder how that works.

@W1zzard @JayzTwoCents
See if you can get a review sample to play with. This would make for a very interesting card to review!
(yes I read the part about the limited run. If it becomes more in-demand they'll make more or at least a similar model)
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#23
Merluz
MescalambaAt certain point all this stuff passes and there will be most likely actually too much of GPUs in the market. Only problem here is that we are looking at something that will probably take years.

Apart that, people not being able to buy and make gaming PC are problem for decent portion of that industry and everything tied to it.
it's a matter of fact that today a lot of people can't build a gaming pc, so there will be a lot less customers for everything involved in gaming pc industry, from hardware to software/games. Maybe a lot of gamers will left this market to approach console games.
Actually i was wondering from the start of this year if all the company that build their business on these products (for example EK with their gpu's waterblock) are going to withstand till these price madness ends.
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#24
Mescalamba
Merluzit's a matter of fact that today a lot of people can't build a gaming pc, so there will be a lot less customers for everything involved in gaming pc industry, from hardware to software/games. Maybe a lot of gamers will left this market to approach console games.
Actually i was wondering from the start of this year if all the company that build their business on these products (for example EK with their gpu's waterblock) are going to withstand till these price madness ends.
Yea I too wonder if everyone will survive it. :/
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#25
lexluthermiester
Merluzit's a matter of fact that today a lot of people can't build a gaming pc, so there will be a lot less customers for everything involved in gaming pc industry, from hardware to software/games.
Maybe over in Italy. Here in the Americas as a general rule people either know how to built a PC or knows someone who can. Not to mention that there are plenty of businesses that provide that service all over the place.
MerluzMaybe a lot of gamers will left this market to approach console games.
Yeah there is some of that. Over here though, there a lot of people who have both a PC and a game console.
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