In August of this year, Palit released a trailer for a new graphics card on its official account, showing a modified customized GeForce RTX 3070 Ti graphics card. Although it looks the same in design as the GamingPro series, it uses a new color-changing paint. Under different viewing angles, the color of the graphics card will change with the lighting conditions. Palit calls this graphics card a Chameleon Series.
Today Palit officially released the ColorPOP series of graphics cards. The first product is the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti ColorPOP. The radiator is the “chameleon” style that appeared in the video a few months ago. According to Palit, this graphics card adopts a new customized design, a heat dissipation solution with a thickness of 2.7 slots, and adds new colors, stickers, and packaging on the basis of the GamingPro series. However, unlike the GamingPro series, the ColorPOP series does not currently have an OC model.
Since both the front radiator protective cover and the backplate use color-changing paint, the graphics card will constantly change between green, blue, and purple regardless of the angle or the different light conditions. The logo of the ColorPOP series has a small chameleon, indicating that the ColorPOP series is the official product name called the chameleon series a few months ago.
The GPU used in GeForce RTX 3060 Ti ColorPOP has 4864 CUDA cores, 8GB of GDDR6 memory, default TDP of 220W, and two 8Pin external power ports. Although the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti ColorPOP is the first product in the new series, combined with the situation shown last time, there will also be a GeForce RTX 3070 Ti style.
Palit has not yet explained the specific listing plan of GeForce RTX 3060 Ti ColorPOP, and the time and price of the launch are still unclear.