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Colorful Launches GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Vulcan X TOP

Not to be left out of the party, Shenzen-based video card manufacturer Colorful is also announcing their GTX 1070 Ti product offering. Called the GTX 1070 Ti Vulcan X TOP, the new video card uses the same upper mainstream features as their previous Vulcan X TOP models. This includes RGB LEDs, triple fans, upgraded VRM and built-in LCD display. Considering what others are offering, it actually sounds like a high-end card.

Colorful Vulcan X TOP Features

Each GTX 1070 Ti Vulcan X uses three 92mm fans. These have dual-ball bearings which last longer than the typical sleeve bearing used on many video cards. The fan blades also use a unique saw sickle design, which Colorful claims provides 85% better performance than multi-groove fan blades that others use. Underneath is the SWORIZER cooler, a direct copper heatpipe heatsink which easily handles the GTX 1070 Ti’s thermal loads even when overclocking.

The card also has something called the iGame status monitor. It is an LCD screen showing live information on the card as it operates. This includes core clocks, core temperature, load line status and memory usage. No need for any overlays when you can just look directly at the card and see how it is doing.

The hardware underneath also gets an upgrade from the reference model. Instead of having a 5+1 phase VRM, the GTX 1070 Ti Vulcan X TOP uses 12+2 phase digital power design and has an extra 8-pin power connector. As for the rear connectors, Colorful throws in two HDMI ports for VR, two DisplayPorts and one DVI-D port.

There is also RGB LED capability of course for the little kiddies who love that feature.

Ron Perillo

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