NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4080 Founders Edition graphics card might be the best model to get because it’s available at MSRP but leaves you with only one color option unless you’re doing it yourself.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 Founders Edition gets a white skin from a Reddit user, looks neat!
Reddit user TeknoMage13 took to the NVIDIA subreddit to post information about his new DIY build, a white GeForce RTX 4080 Founders Edition graphics card. As we know, the standard RTX 4080 FE graphics cards come in the original black and silver color scheme but to match his PC, Tekno used a can of Valspar super sticky white primer and sprayed it on the silver plate that covers the outer layer of the card. The internal heatsink, fans, and backplate have been left intact to give the card its unique black and white color scheme.
Now removing the card would not have been possible without the Founders Edition cooler removal guides available online. The Founders Edition cooler is one of the toughest GPU cooler designs to take apart. It’s good that not only other YouTubers, but NVIDIA itself has a handy guide for users who want to disassemble the card for such DIY mods.
With everything in place the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 Founders Edition looks very fancy and should go well with the full build which includes a white/black NZXT N7 B650E motherboard and will feature the soon to be released AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D CPU which is sure to Being a great choice for building games.
NVIDIA partners have also released several white edition graphics cards over the past few months and they all look absolutely amazing. The only downside for them is that users will have to pay an extra premium for white edition graphics cards, but given the trend these days, many users might be willing to pay an extra $$.
News source: Videocardz