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Colorful announce their GTX 980Ti iGame KUDAN

Colorful announce their GTX 980Ti iGame KUDAN

Colorful announce their GTX 980Ti iGame KUDAN

Colorful announce their GTX 980Ti iGame KUDAN

 

Colorful have announced their GTX 980Ti iGame KUDAN, featuring a Hybrid air/water cooler and Silver Plating PCB technology in order to provide greater stability and longevity. 

While it is pretty late in the retail lifespan of the GTX 980Ti this new design from Colorful does offer some unique features, combining one of the beefiest PCBs that we have ever seen on a GTX 980Ti with a silver-based PCB and a large hybrid Air/water cooler. This GPUs is Colorful's flagship GPU model and comes with an overclock of 1304MHz boost right out of the box. 

  Colorful announce their GTX 980Ti iGame KUDAN

 

This GPU is designed to provide stable power, with the combination of Silver Plating Technology on the PCB and expertly chosen components in order to minimize any electrical interference and provide the best current delivery possible to the GPU core. 

Below are the full specifications of Colorful's GTX 980Ti iGAME KUDAN, which has all of the standard outputs of the GTX 980Ti and is powered by Dual 8-pin power connectors.  

 

    Colorful announce their GTX 980Ti iGame KUDAN Colorful announce their GTX 980Ti iGame KUDAN

 

Colorful is a GPU brand that we have never looked at before, as their products are rarely found inside the EU. This brand is mostly found in the Chinese market, with the company only manufacturing Nvidia GPUs at this time. 

 

You can join the discussion on the Colorful GTX 980Ti iGame KUDAN on the OC3D Forums

 

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18-04-2016, 16:27:11

You_What?
Looks a beast!Quote

18-04-2016, 18:25:16

King of Old Old School
When i seen the cooler for this i almost threw up in my mouth and really a triple slot card this card looks horrible IMO.Quote

18-04-2016, 18:49:35

jimma47
That's.... Huge.

Apparently it's an integrated pump/block which is kind of strange. I would think things like the posiedon would be a better choice if you wanted a plug and play option to go into a loop without forking out for another block.
(edit - assuming you're using a Fractal/EK Predator expandable AIO as your base unit)Quote
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