News

CES 2021: Colorful Launches RTX 3090 Neptune and RTX 3060 GPUs

Colorful has just released the iGame GeForce RTX™ 3090 Neptune water-cooled graphics card. It features a 240 mm All-In-One cooling solution with integrated RGB lighting and a high-performance pump. Unlike other RTX 3090’s The Neptune is only a two-slot design allowing it to fit where others simply won’t. In addition, Colorful is also launching a full line of 3060 graphics cards, the RTX 3060 Advanced OC 10G-V, the RTX 3060 Ultra W 10G-V, and finally the RTX 3060 NB 10G-V. MSRP pricing for the 3090 Neptune is set at $1,999 while the RTX 3060 series cards are available starting at $349. Continue reading for complete details. Read More

Cooling

Alphacool Releases Four New Eisblock Aurora GPX-N Coolers for 30-Series Graphics Cards

Alphacool’s Eisblock Aurora Acryl GPX-N series GPU water blocks continue to grow with four new additions. The new blocks expand the line-up for the RTX 3070/3080/3090 graphics cards. All four feature full coverage nickel-plated copper with an acrylic top and an included backplate. Pricing starts at $156 with immediate availability. Specs and prices are included in the Alphacool press release. Read More

Cooling

Phanteks Announces New Glacier G30 STRIX Water Blocks and Backplates

Phanteks has just announced the Glacier G30 Strix water block and backplate. As the name implies, the new block is designed specifically for the ASUS ROG Strix RTX 3080 and 3090 graphics cards. It features a nickel-plated copper cold plate with an acrylic top and trimmed out with either black or chrome aluminum cover plates. A fully functional backplate is also available and comes equipped with multiple thermal pads strategically placed over the RAM and VRM to efficiently cool these components. Read More

Reviews

MSI RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio Review: Fastest Ever... for $1500+

Today we get our first taste of Nvidia’s flagship RTX 3090 GPU, and thanks to MSI, we’ll be testing their RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio. It’s been two years since Nvidia released a new architecture (not that they needed to), so we’re excited to see what Ampere brings to the table. Nvidia claims the RTX 3090 is 1.5X faster than the Titan RTX Turing-based GPU, and if true, this is a substantial generational leap in performance. Read More