Colorful’s iGame LAB Liquid-Cooled Cooling Solution For Next-Gen NVIDIA RTX 50 GPUs Unveiled

Colorful has unveiled its upcoming iGame LAB liquid-cooling solution that will be used by the next-gen NVIDIA RTX 50 GPUs.

Colorful’s Brand New Single-Slot Liquid Cooling Solution Coming To Next-Gen NVIDIA RTX 50 iGame LAB GPUs

Colorful’s iGame and iGame LAB graphics cards are some of the best solutions designed around the NVIDIA GPU lineup. With the GeForce RTX 40 GPUs, we saw some stunning new designs and it looks like Colorful is prepping hard for the upcoming NVIDIA GeForce RTX 50 “Blackwell” lineup which is expected to launch as early as Q4 2024.

At its Computex booth, Colorful showcased its brand new iGame LAB design which was currently being used by the GeForce RTX 4090 graphics cards. The graphics card comes in an aluminum chassis that houses a copper block that makes use of copper microfin channels as a part of its liquid cooling design.

The front of the shroud features a see-through mirror which lets you see the internals of the cooler and the Colorful iGame LAB comes in a custom-looped liquid cooling design geared for high-end enthusiasts. The prototype displayed at Computex 2024 was using the GeForce RTX 4090 GPU and had a dual-slot design but this design, as stated above, is just a proof of concept for the next-generation graphics card lineup.

The finalized version of the Colorful iGame LAB graphics card will make use of a single-slot design while the back will retain the huge “LAB” logo etched into the aluminum backplate. As for which graphics card it will be used for, we were told that while the design is currently made around the RTX 4090, the whole GPU & VRAM baseplate will be redesigned to accommodate the next-gen flagship in the GeForce RTX 50 lineup.

The card also makes use of embedded ARGB LEDs which gives a cool touch around the mirrors but it looks like several of these new designs that are being showcased around the RTX 4090 cards are made for the next-gen RTX 5090 which gives us an idea of what to expect in terms of cooling designs for the upcoming lineup.

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