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Colorful Announces GeForce RTX 3070 Neptune Graphics Card: Integrated AIO

Colorful has announced an expanded addition to its Neptune lineup of AIO, water-cooled graphics cards in the form of the RTX 3070. Previously, the company only offered Neptune versions of its RTX 3090; and the company seems to have prioritized the GeForce RTX 3070 instead of the RTX 3080 as its next graphics card to receive the integrated watercooling solution.

Like the RTX 3090 Neptune, the RTX 3070 Neptune features RGB lighting on its central core fan that delivers RGB illumination - fully customizable via the iGame Center App. It's a 2-slot graphics card that comes with its own 240 mm radiator, with a dual 120 mm silent fan configuration for heat dissipation purposes. The Colorful RTX 3070 Neptune features a 14 + 4 phase power supply circuit that's kept fed by a 3x 8-pin power delivery subsystem, and keeps the "One-Key OC" capability that's materialized in a bracket button that overclocks the card automagically. The card features a Base clock of 1,500 MHz and Boost clock 1,725 MHz, elevated by the One-Key OC functionality to 1,845 MHz. I/O is assured by 1x HDMI and 3x DisplayPort. TDP for the card is rated at 270 W; size is 295 mm long, 150 mm wide and 42 mm thick, while the radiator stands at 118 mm wide, 271 mm deep and 53 mm thick.

COLORFUL Releases NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 Neptune and RTX 3060 Series

Colorful Technology Company Limited, a professional manufacturer of graphics cards, motherboards, all-in-one gaming and multimedia solutions, and high-performance storage, releases the iGame GeForce RTX 3090 Neptune OC-V graphics card featuring a high-performance all-in-one liquid cooling solution. The COLORFUL iGame GeForce RTX 3090 Neptune comes in a slimmer 2-slot form-factor with a 240 mm AIO liquid cooler. It features RGB lighting on its central core fan that delivers eye-catching RGB illumination that's fully customizable via the iGame Center App.

COLORFUL also introduces its line-up of GeForce RTX 3060 Series graphics cards which consist of the Advanced, Ultra White, and NB Series models. Each model comes with a different set of premium features, designed to deliver performance for gamers today.

Colorful Introduces iGame GeForce RTX 3090 Neptune OC-V Liquid Cooled Graphics Card

Colorful today released the iGame GeForce RTX 3090 Neptune OC-V, its flagship RTX 3090 graphics card which comes with a factory-fitted all-in-one liquid closed-loop cooler (CLC). This card differs slightly from the Neptune OC the company debuted in September with the addition of an RGB controller and illuminated fans. The card features a premium 26-phase (14+8+4) VRM solution that draws power from three 8-pin PCIe power connectors, and comes with factory-overclocked speeds of 1755 MHz boost (vs. 1695 MHz reference), and an untouched 19.5 Gbps GDDR6X memory. It appears like the CLC cools not just the RTX 3090 GPU, but also the other hot components on the card, such as the memory chips and VRM.

A 240 mm x 120 mm radiator with a pair of ARGB LED illuminated fans handles all of the card's cooling. On the card itself, there is a circular ornament that resembles a fan, but is actually the crown of the pump-block. It's possible that a base-plate pushes heat from the ancillaries onto the CLC's cold-plate. The card measures 29.1 cm in length, 15.1 cm in height (you have to factor in the fittings), and is strictly 2 slots thick. The radiator's dimensions are typical of a 240 mm unit. Display outputs include three DisplayPort 1.4a and one HDMI 2.1. The card features dual-BIOS with a push-type selector switch at the rear I/O bracket. The company didn't reveal pricing, but we estimate it to be close to the $2,000-mark MSRP.

COLORFUL Launches the New GeForce RTX 30 Series

Colorful Technology Company Limited, professional manufacturer of graphics cards, motherboards, all-in-one gaming and multimedia solutions and high-performance storage, proudly introduces the COLORFUL GeForce RTX 30 Series graphics cards. COLORFUL's line-up consists of the Vulcan, Neptune, Advanced, Ultra and Battle-Ax Series models, each of which come with a different set of premium features to cater different types of gamers and PC enthusiasts.

The new NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series GPUs, the 2nd generation of RTX, features new RT Cores, Tensor Cores and streaming multiprocessors, bringing stunning visuals, amazingly fast frame rates, and AI acceleration to games and creative applications. Powered by the NVIDIA Ampere architecture, which delivers increases of up to 1.9X performance-per-watt over the previous generation, the RTX 30 Series effortlessly powers graphics experiences at all resolutions, even up to 8K at the top end. The GeForce RTX 3090, 3080, and 3070 represent the greatest GPU generational leap in the history of NVIDIA.

Rumor: GeForce RTX 3090 Pricing to Arrive Around the $2,000 Mark

A user on ChipHell going by the alias Alienxzy posted a screenshot taken from an alleged insider account with information regarding plans for next-gen RTX 3090 as fabricated by NVIDIA's AIB partner Colorful. According to the original information, posted on ChipHell as a screenshot, Colorful will be releasing two high-end versions of the RTX 3090 graphics card, in the form of the Vulcan (air-cooled) and Neptune (hybrid cooling) models. According to it, and when the text is parsed through a translator, the tentative pricing for NVIDIA's next-gen is slated at CNY 13,999 (online selling) for the Vulcan X OC, and CNY 12,999 (again online selling) for the Neptune. These translate to roughly $2,000 for the high-end Vulcan X OC and (strangely, for a hybrid, water-cooled version) $1875 for the Neptune. Another pricing of CNY 12,000 is mentioned for the Vulcan ($1,730), so that might actually be the real pricing (and makes more sense compared to the Neptune).

Some more information is present on the rumor-mill-powering post, such as a 5 V RGB capability that pairs the graphics cards' lighting with that of the motherboard (and vice-versa), as well as improved in-card display for the Vulcan X; meanwhile, sales of the Neptune graphics card for the previous generation were reportedly low, which is why its pricing is reportedly being revised close to its introduction, which will be in the same ballpark of the Vulcan X OC. If true, this should set the pricing trend for NVIDIA's expected top offering in the RTX 3000 series, and it's creeping ever higher - the cost to have a generation's best performer is becoming more and more (insert descriptor here). Even considering NVIDIA's all but guaranteed Founders' Edition, we're looking at a steep pricing landscape. Do please note the rumor tag on the title of the news post, as this isn't confirmed information in any way or form. Images below for the Vulcan X and Neptune are merely representative of current generation's offerings.
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