Colorfire introduces GeForce RTX 40 “MEOW” series for cat lovers

Published: Jun 3rd 2023, 08:20 GMT   Comments

Meow GPUs are apparently a thing

Colorfire, a sub-brand of Colorful, is introducing a new product series called MEOW. 

As the name suggests, one should expect cat-themed GPUs. The design is kept in beige/yellow color scheme, but it does overextend its cat branding. We can only see one cat on a fan sticker and small cat paws all over the design at random spots, which is precisely what a cat with dirty paws would do.

Colorfire has an entire backstory as MEOW GPU came to life. Apparently, we are looking at a work from space cats who established an extraterrestrial civilization and have eventually returned to Earth as an intelligent species. We are including the story in full in case you are wondering how much effort was put in by Colorfire for the MEOW series.

Cats and Dogs Star Trek

Humans living in Cyber ​​City built the cosmic probe “Advanced” to search for habitable planets outside the earth. The warm environment inside the probe attracted stray cats and dogs to settle in, so the probe accidentally flew towards distant universe.

One of the orange cats touched the ” evolution gun ” by mistake, and the laser shot all the cats and dogs, making them evolve into intelligent creatures. The probe successfully arrived at a planet with an environment similar to that of the earth, but the probe may be damaged due to improper landing. So they established civilization on this barren planet. With the help of evolution guns, they have also helped many local animals to complete their evolution. Hundreds of years later, their science and technology developed to the level of human beings at the beginning of the 21st century.

Start the Return to Earth Program

The orange cat became the leader of the United Nations of Animals, but it still cares about its hometown of the earth. It learned from the information left by human beings that the earth was a blue and beautiful planet before the environment was destroyed. It has infinite expectations for returning to the earth. Helpless limited technology level can not realize the dream. Many years later, after reading related materials on the earth, its descendants also yearned for it and decided to return to their homeland.

— Colorfire (machine translation)

The company introduced two graphics cards today, including RTX 4070 and RTX 4060 Ti GPUs. Those cards are now listed on Chinese e-tail platforms for 4799 RMB and 3199 RMB, but customers may be able to use coupons to lower the price to 4499/3049, respectively.

Worth noting that both designs use reference clocks, and these cards are equipped with a standard 8-pin power connector. Each card has three fans measuring 90, 80 and 90 mm. The cooler is 33.1 cm long and has one RGB-illuminated logo on the side.

Source: Colorful/Colorfire via @harukaze5719

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