I’ll go out on a line and state you’ve likely never considered spending $5,000 on an across the board PC, even one built with top of the line hardware for gaming. If you have, in any case, Colorful has your back—its new iGame G-One packs some incredible components and costs a little fortune. The champion feature is the GeForce RTX 2080 GPU that is tucked inside. For $5,000 I would have hoped Colorful could have crushed the Ti model into this thing, yet you’ll have to manage with the next one down on the command pole. It’s still a quick GPU, and it flaunts dedicated RT and Tensor cores for continuous ray tracing and Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS).
On the CPU side, Colorful decided for an Intel 8th generation Core i9-8950HK processor. Once, for the asking cost, it appears like a more up to date and faster 9th generation processor would be an all the more deserving option. In lieu of that, the 8950HK brings 6 centers and 12 threads of figuring muscle to the table, timed at 2.9GHz to 4.8GHz.
It’s a powerful combination for sure, accepting that Colorful engineered a capable cooling plan, and I have no uncertainty the iGame G-One is fast. It’s simply hard not to be frustrated in the component choice, given the asking cost.
As it pertains with holding temps in check, Colorful says “both key segments [CPU and GPU] are cooled by an effective and high-power cooling framework” to guarantee they run “in top condition.” Beyond that, it’s impossible to guess what precisely that entails—heat pipes and vital airflow, I would hope.
“Play the most recent titles at high-resolution and details on account of the powerful CPU/GPU combo and never worry about slowing down when the action warms up,” Colorful says.
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The display specs are deserving of a gaming AIO. It’s using an IPS board with a 2560×1440 resolution and quick 144Hz revive rate. As indicated by Colorful, it offers 99% of the sRGB shading space and supports HDR content also. If there’s something to grumble about, it’s that it’s just Display HDR 400 guaranteed, as opposed to Display HDR 600 or even 1000 (those numbers at the end allude to the splendor level, estimated in nits). That, and Colorful makes no notice of the size.
There’s no word on when this AIO will be accessible.