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Colorful Announces iGame GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Vulcan X OC

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Colorful Technology Company Limited, professional manufacturer of graphics cards and motherboards, is pleased to announce the release of the world's first graphics card with built-in LCD display: the iGame GTX1080Ti Vulcan X OC. Finally ready for release, the card will be initially sold in China and COLORFUL will share more details about it afterwards.

The iGame GTX1080Ti Vulcan X OC features a factory overclock of 1620 MHz on the core frequency and has a boost clock of 1733 MHz thanks to GPU Boost. The card runs 11GB GDDR5X memory wired to a 352-bit bus. The card features a 16+2 phase digital power supply reinforced by IPP (iGame Pure Power) and is equipped with the SWORIZER cooler with built-in iGame Status Monitor as well as 1.68 million color-capable RGB lighting.



The SWORIZER Cooler, with i-SDCT Base
The new SWORIZER cooler features a redesigned thermal solution that places the contact position of the heatpipe all in one copper base and uses a C-type design to reduce thermal resistance and enhance heat conduction efficiency. The cooling fins are cooled by three 92mm duall ball-bearing Saw Sickle fans which cools 86% more surface area than the suaul double-groove coolers. This design ultimately cools the iGame GTX1080TI Vulcan X OC.

During its debut, customers from China and overseas talked about the screen on the cooler when they saw the iGame GTX1080TI Vulcan X OC. Now, the LCD screen receives an official name: the iGame Status Monitor. The display shows core frequency, core temperature, fan speed and memory used during operation. Aside from that, it also shows the status of the load level of the cards so the users are aware of the operating condition of the GPU.

The iGame Series
Colorful created the iGame series taking feedback from players' comments and suggestions to create a distinct product for every situation. The iGame series is Colorful's specialized product segment made for gamers, both mainstream and extreme.

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Imo it doesn't look that great, especially the middle bit where the fan in the middle is part covered. I think it copied the ASUS Strix design a bit
 
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And who will buy it anyway? There are so many more reliable companies out there...

I would not think twice to grab a MSI/EVGA/ASUS GPU...
 
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The shroud needs a bit of work, but it looks alright apart from the middle fan being half covered.
 

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And who will buy it anyway? There are so many more reliable companies out there...

I would not think twice to grab a MSI/EVGA/ASUS GPU...

When was the last time colorful recalled/gave away free "fixes" because a flagship card? One of the three brands you listed just recently had to do that and had to redesign their entire cooler because of it. Just because a company is small or large doesn't change a single products quality. I would wait for reviews. Ugly or not that cooler is huge and the phase arrangement is comparable to the EVGA classy.
 
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七彩虹散热看着很大但是一向是垃圾。。。
Although colorful's cooler looks huge but it is actually trash
 
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If texts are not LED, and it is not a FE card. What is the point to add NV style's "GEFORCE GTX" on the card?

And is it a trend in the industry to place a screen for monitoring GPU temp? I'm not really fond of this design.
 
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When was the last time colorful recalled/gave away free "fixes" because a flagship card? One of the three brands you listed just recently had to do that and had to redesign their entire cooler because of it. Just because a company is small or large doesn't change a single products quality. I would wait for reviews. Ugly or not that cooler is huge and the phase arrangement is comparable to the EVGA classy.

Would you really consider Colorful as a GPU in your own rig? Assuming you can pick ANY manufacturer, would you really go for Colorful only because they did not have to 'redesign cooler'? This is the very reason you should definitely go for the manufacturers I named as they showed the carefulness for the customers by giving away fixes, accepting all returns, shipping replacements for free and, what is most important, redesigning something that was proven to be not so efficient enough. They also wrote about it everywhere and did not want to come out clean!

Moreover, they broadcast it so loud that everybody heard of it. I really would not think twice and companies like Colorful/Zotac/Palit/Gainward/Inno3D and all of the not-so-much-mainstream ones will not be taken into consideration on my must have list (pronounce the word 'my' a bit louder). I have bought myself MSI (Mainboard, GPU) , Corsair (Case, Power Supply, RAM), Arctic (AIO Cooling) and Intel (Processor) and I consider this choices as 'wise' ones.

It's just... It does not feel right dude not to choose the companies that made themselves great and managed to stay on the top for the last 10+ years or so.

But - If you feel the Colorful is the company to go - You have my full support!
 

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Would you really consider Colorful as a GPU in your own rig? Assuming you can pick ANY manufacturer, would you really go for Colorful only because they did not have to 'redesign cooler'? This is the very reason you should definitely go for the manufacturers I named as they showed the carefulness for the customers by giving away fixes, accepting all returns, shipping replacements for free and, what is most important, redesigning something that was proven to be not so efficient enough. They also wrote about it everywhere and did not want to come out clean!

Moreover, they broadcast it so loud that everybody heard of it. I really would not think twice and companies like Colorful/Zotac/Palit/Gainward/Inno3D and all of the not-so-much-mainstream ones will not be taken into consideration on my must have list (pronounce the word 'my' a bit louder). I have bought myself MSI (Mainboard, GPU) , Corsair (Case, Power Supply, RAM), Arctic (AIO Cooling) and Intel (Processor) and I consider this choices as 'wise' ones.

It's just... It does not feel right dude not to choose the companies that made themselves great and managed to stay on the top for the last 10+ years or so.

But - If you feel the Colorful is the company to go - You have my full support!

I have had multiple zotac cards over time and a gainward. Most of the other brands are a bit hard to come by stateside. I really don't care what brand it is if the cooler is good and card overclocks well. Heck my mining rigs are full of diamond cards.
 
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