Embedded displays might be the next big thing that replaces (or at least supplements) RGB lighting. For example, Colorful, a Chinese producer of graphics cards, just slapped a LCD at the edge of its iGame GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. Try not to be astounded if different producers go with the same pattern.

With regards to gaming items, RGB lighting is all over—cases, graphics cards, peripherals, and even RAM. It looks pleasant when elegantly done, however can likewise be grandiose if going over the edge.

Possibly a similar will be said in regards to implanted showcases one day. For the present, Colorful is the main organization we are aware of to furnish a representation card with a LCD board. It’s for the most part about the bling, however the screen shows certain vitals, for example, the clockspeed, GPU utilization, current temperature, and fan status.

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Past the inserted LCD, Colorful’s new card is eminent for its 16+2 stage plan. That ought to prompt cleaner and more steady power conveyance to the GPU, which thus could help with overclocking.

The card additionally includes a custom cooler with three 92mm fans underneath the hood. What’s more, obviously LED lighting is available.

As per VideoCardz.com, Colorful is wanting to discharge the card one month from now in China.


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