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White GTX 3080

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None have been advertised. You can always just spraypaint the shroud and backplate of the card of your choice if you really want to. (they are easy enough to disassemble this generation)

Does anyone know if a company is releasing a completely white 3080 like ASUS' white 2080 ti? Or if it possible to buy a custom casing that would replace the black?

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None have been advertised. You can always just spraypaint the shroud and backplate of the card of your choice if you really want to. (they are easy enough to disassemble this generation)

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4 minutes ago, mino636 said:

Does anyone know if a company is releasing a completely white 3080 like ASUS' white 2080 ti? Or if it possible to buy a custom casing that would replace the black?

Of course ignoring all the "will the card actually be readily available" and that sort of stuff, the only one I am aware of is from GALAX: https://www.galax.com/en/graphics-card/30-series/3080-series/geforce-rtx-3080-exg-w.html

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4 minutes ago, BTGbullseye said:

None have been advertised. You can always just spraypaint the shroud and backplate of the card of your choice if you really want to. (they are easy enough to disassemble this generation)

Thats actually a really good idea... LMAO i didnt think of that.

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8 minutes ago, mino636 said:

Does anyone know if a company is releasing a completely white 3080 like ASUS' white 2080 ti? Or if it possible to buy a custom casing that would replace the black?

gigabyte will probably launc their gaming oc white some day. unsure when really. 

 

paint the backplate. and/or the fan shroud

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A white NZXT Kraken G12 conversion might work as well. Reading that the RTX 3080 GPU hole pattern is 56mm apart, which should fit the "N" brackets NZXT provides with the G12. NZXT themselves are still testing RTX 30-series, so I don't yet know which 30-series PCBs it will or wont fit.

 

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