Monday, March 28th 2022

COLORFUL Launches GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Series Graphics Cards

Colorful Technology Company Limited, a professional manufacturer of graphics cards, motherboards, all-in-one gaming and multimedia solutions, and high-performance storage, presents its lineup of GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics cards - NVIDIA's latest and fastest gaming graphics cards to date. COLORFUL will initially launch a trio of models under the Vulcan, Neptune, and NB EX Series.

The COLORFUL iGame GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Vulcan features a triple-fan design with a hollow back panel for pass-through airflow. The Vulcan model also sports a display for monitoring and customization. On the other hand, the COLORFUL iGame GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Neptune uses liquid cooling technology to deliver extreme cooling for extreme performance. Lastly, the COLORFUL GeForce RTX 3090Ti NB EX is fitted with a black and red themed triple-fan cooler design.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Ti
Designed for the most demanding gamers, content creators and data scientists, the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti features a record-breaking 10,752 CUDA cores, and boasts 78 RT-TFLOPs, 40 Shader-TFLOPs and 320 Tensor-TFLOPs of power. And It's packed with 24 GB of the fastest 21 Gbps GDDR6X memory, providing 1 TB/s of memory bandwidth.

The iGame GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Vulcan adopts the new 16-pin power supply interface introduced with the new GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Series graphics cards. The iGame Display on the side can be flipped 90° to stay visible even in vertical GPU mounting orientation. Being a massive and heavy graphics card, COLORFUL fitted the RTX 3090 Ti Vulcan with the Vulcan Support Frame. The graphics card also sports addressable RGB lighting that can be customized and synchronized with the rest of the system via iGame Center app.

Key Features
  • iGame Display: The iGame GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Vulcan sports a LCD display on the side with a 480x128 pixel resolution. Using the iGame Center app, users can personalize the display to show real-time system monitoring or custom GIFs or images. Use the 2-in-1 cable to connect the display to the card's interface and to upload a customized display.
  • Vulcan Support Frame: The Vulcan Support Frame enhances the stability and structural rigidity of the entire graphics card. This eliminates the risk of bending and warping as it supports the weight of the card.
  • Hollow Back Panel: The iGame GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Vulcan adopts a hollow back panel design that allows airflow to freely pass-through the heatsink. This design greatly improves heat dissipation compared to conventional GPU air cooling designs.
  • Dynamic RGB Lighting: The graphics card features dynamic RGB lighting on the Vulcan triangle logo, cooling fans, and metallic shroud. All RGB elements are customizable and support synchronization using the iGame Center app.
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15 Comments on COLORFUL Launches GeForce RTX 3090 Ti Series Graphics Cards

#1
watzupken
The size of the air cooler makes the GPU looks like a brick. I think they can paint the whole thing orange and call it the “brick edition”.
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#2
diopter
I like to make GPU purchase decisions by taking into account the look and fit and finish of the actual finished product. Too many companies hiding behind renders these days trying to pretend that their deisgns are cleaner and better finished than they really are.
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#3
maxfly
watzupkenThe size of the air cooler makes the GPU looks like a brick. I think they can paint the whole thing orange and call it the “brick edition”.
No kidding. The wced card even looks janky and that's no easy feat.
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#4
Xex360
"Launches" I think we need to agree on what this word means.
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#5
DuxCro
Any point in buying these with 4000 series around the corner?
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#6
R00kie
Looks like these cards have that new power connector on them.
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#7
WonkoTheSaneUK
R00kieLooks like these cards have that new power connector on them.
It says exactly that in the last paragraph of the article.
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#8
Chomiq
Just imagine the amount of coil whine on these bad boys, lol.
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#9
WonkoTheSaneUK
ChomiqJust imagine the amount of coil whine on these bad boys, lol.
It'll drown out my tinnitus!
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#10
lemoncarbonate
850W minimum PSU? Are you sure?

Even Linus told us that 850W is barely enough for 3080. Some of their members from Intel's Tech Upgrade with 3080 had their PSU tripped with just 850W (I'm not sure if trip is the correct terminology)
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#11
Lenne
S.T.A.R.S.
lemoncarbonate850W minimum PSU? Are you sure?

Even Linus told us that 850W is barely enough for 3080. Some of their members from Intel's Tech Upgrade with 3080 had their PSU tripped with just 850W (I'm not sure if trip is the correct terminology)
Those "minimums" are always mentioned for the low-quality units in mind.
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#12
ppn
They could have said 1000 easily just to be on the safe side. 510 W is 800 W 66.6 A peaks.
Throw a 12900KS into the mix unleashed to 5.2 all cores thermal velocity and it goes up to 1200.
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#13
Chomiq
lemoncarbonate850W minimum PSU? Are you sure?

Even Linus told us that 850W is barely enough for 3080. Some of their members from Intel's Tech Upgrade with 3080 had their PSU tripped with just 850W (I'm not sure if trip is the correct terminology)
750W running 3080 Ti, it ain't tripping anything.

But yeah, it depends from:
- the CPU you're running
- the SKU of the GPU, since various manufacturers set different power limits.
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#14
WonkoTheSaneUK
FWIW, the 3090Ti FE card is just under £1900 in the UK
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#15
dir_d
I'm running a 650W EVGA SuperNova with my Stock reference 3080Ti with no problems. Got a 5600x in my MSI MAG B550M Mortar with a 48inch c1 and have had 0 problems gaming maxed out.
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