Colorful to launch GeForce RTX 4090 iGame Lab limited edition

Published: Dec 8th 2022, 08:17 GMT   Comments

Colorful to launch its own “iGame Lab” GPU

Colorful is reportedly launching a new graphics card called iGame Lab, claims who have the very first photos.

“Overclocking Labs” GPUs are no longer limited to GALAX HOF and their OC Lab team. Those cards are designed for extreme overclocking, but this model is more of a special edition than something that should be put under liquid nitrogen.

Colorful RTX 4090 iGame Lab, Source: Overclocking

So, the first thing we notice is that this model is based on RTX 40 iGame Vulcan GPU, except the cooler shroud is now white. Furthermore, this custom model has new stickers, no longer mentioning iGame directly.

The card here is RTX 4090, so the current flagship of Ada Lovelace series with AD102 GPU and 24GB GDDR6X memory. It is not clear how more power is given to the GPU, but the original Vulcan features an OC button that unlocks up to 550W of power.

Colorful RTX 4090 iGame Lab, Source: Overclocking

According to our information, this is a special edition that will only be available in 200 units. This graphics card will not be sold oversees, and it should become exclusive to Asian markets.

Source: Overclocking

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