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COLORFUL Readies World's Most Unique RTX 2080 Ti

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Colorful Technology Company Limited, professional manufacturer of graphics cards, motherboards and high-performance storage solutions is pleased to invite everyone to experience the next-generation of COLORFUL products at COMPUTEX 2019 happening in Taipei, Taiwan this coming May 28 - June 1, 2019. COLORFUL will be holding a showcase of its greatest products on the show floor including its most coveted, limited edition graphics card as well as other special releases including its latest motherboards, memory and storage products, amongst others. COMPUTEX 2019 will be held in Taipei, Taiwan at May 28 - June 1, 2019. Please visit COLORFUL at booth M1112.



iGame GeForce RTX 2080 Ti 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 made its worldwide debut during COLORFUL GAMES UNION 2018.

COLORFUL's new iGame GeForce RTX 2080 Ti KUDAN is a limited release with only 1000 units being made.

With a 1800Mhz 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 COLORFUL CVN Class Motherboards
COLORFUL is also introducing a new line of motherboards for consumers. The CVN line of motherboard offer a good balance of quality, features, and performance and are sure to please system builders looking for a cost-effective platform for their next build.

The new line of motherboards are based off the CVN Class of warships which means Carrier Vessel Nuclear. These series of products inspire to give customers a powerful platform where they can expect performance and well as quality. COLORFUL inspires to meet the challenge of bearing the weight of the name.

Pocket SSD
COLORFUL is also set to release a new line of storage products based off its successful line of SATA and M.2 SSDs. The new COLORFUL Pocket SSD features storage up to 500GB and has a USB Type-C connector offering high-speed access to the drive. The new drive is perfect for working professionals or gamers looking for high-speed transfers of files between computers or just have them ready on the go.

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Lets say this is great but I don't get the idea of max OC the 2080TI. It's like taking all the fun out of it. On the other hand the 2080Ti can OC further and for some users who won't play with OC maybe that's a good option for buying the product. Wonder what the temps will be since this is still on air and how much COLORFUL will jack up the price. Not sure what is the max OC for air cooled 2080TI more/less but I bet it differs from one manufacturer to the other.
 
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Okay, that has to be the most overdone GPU I have ever seen...

...and I effin love it. Too bad you'll never see most of it unless you go vertical mount. :/
 
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Okay, that has to be the most overdone GPU I have ever seen...

...and I effin love it. Too bad you'll never see most of it unless you go vertical mount. :/
gpu brackets, upside down motherboard cases, this vertical cases form silverstone, there are some options.
 
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Lets say this is great but I don't get the idea of max OC the 2080TI. It's like taking all the fun out of it.
Not sure which of their PCB versions is used in this card (probably the triple 8-pin thing with gazillion phases that they released for extreme OC without any cooling), but either way it will have such a beefy VRM that there will be lots of headroom for OC. Fun factor ain't going anywhere if you can afford it.
Plus the situation with cooling is unclear. Heatsink itself is a hybrid, with inlet/outlet for water cooling. Some sources also show KUDAN-branded AIO which supposedly comes with this thing.
 
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It looks ridiculous like pretty much every colorful design.
 
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That gpu cooler desing, reminds me of steampunk desing.
 
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wow ... i totally dig that kind of cooler ... perfect fit for a standup all glass panel case ... too bad it's a 2080Ti ...

hopping there will be more coming in that flavor with next gens.
 
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Well, just what we needed, NUCLEAR-inspired GPU's....

I suppose that will be ok, assuming they are a tad bit cheaper than the CVN-class of warships they are named after (which are like a gazmabillionz of $$ each) o_O :eek: :fear: :kookoo:
 
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I love the Steam Punk-iness of it. Being a 2080Ti though, it is outta my income zone.
 
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Wow...This is such a sweet looking GPU and is a Hybrid design...………………………….

Man I want one!
 
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I like the design but still not worth taking out a second mortgage...
 
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It's nicer than some of the other designs I've seen recently, I swear I've seen it before on another of their cards though?
 

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I like the retro look yet beefiness of the card. Wish 3rd party sellers made custom themes/styles more often. RTX rules.
 
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