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Colorful Preparing iGame GTX 780 Ti Kudan with Hybrid Cooler

Colorful is now working towards its new launch of the powerful iGame GTX 780 Ti Kudan and it is doing so after already having released the non-reference air-cooled variant of the iGame GTX 780 Ti. The new model will be equipped with an absolutely new cooling solution featuring a hybrid cooler. With the newest iteration of the Kudan cooler, Colorful is taking a whole new different approach towards hybrid coolers.

Colorful iGame GTX 780 Ti Kudan

The iGame GTX 780 Ti Kudan by Colorful is going to feature the GK110-425 B1 core by NVIDIA which has been equipped with 2304 Cuda Cores, 240 TMUs and 48 ROPs. It comes with a GDDR5 memory of 3 GB which is spread across a 384-bit wide interface. So far no news or official statements have been revealed regarding the clock speeds for both core as well as memory. We can make some assumptions if we keep in mind the history of Colorful. The clock speeds in this case can be expected to reach a sky high and an additional Turbo switch is most likely which will provide the BIOS packing the higher clock speed configuration.

Colorful iGame GTX 780 Ti Kudan

Dual 8-Pin connectors will power the card and the PCB has been built around a non reference design which is more or less similar to what we had on the iGame GTX 780 Ti. The triple slot and triple fan design cooler featured on this card is an outrage in itself. These coolers will help the air to be pushed towards the centre of the heat sink which has been equipped with 6 pure copper heat pipes to aid in dissipation of heat from the GPU. The cooler comes with two inlets which can be loaded with the water pipes if you want some additional cooling power.

Colorful iGame GTX 780 Ti Kudan

Talking about the physical appearance, the red and black color scheme looks perfect and does wonders to make the card look attractive. It also features a pulsating iGame LED. With all the features, this one will surely be priced at a premium rate when it launches this December.

Source: WCCFTech | News Archive