Posted October 05, 2018 07:02:24This is a simple question, but it’s a very important one.
When it comes to the Voodoo strain and its Voodoo Blue color, you may be wondering if it’s really the same strain, or if it is an alternate color for the purple Voodoo strains.
If so, you’re right to ask that question.
When we recently asked Nvidia about the Purple Voodoo version of their GeForce GTX 960 and 960 Ti graphics cards, the company said they didn’t have any information regarding their Voodoo blue color.
However, we have heard that there may be more than one version of the purple strains.
The company also didn’t say whether the Purple strain is an official color or not.
We are also not aware of any other Voodoo color variant that has been made available to consumers.
Nvidia’s statement didn’t seem to address the possibility of a Voodoo purple strain that could be a completely new color to the company’s products, though.
If you’re interested in checking out the Purple voodoo Blue strain, we suggest checking out our review of the GTX 960 Ti.
The Purple strain was one of the first Nvidia GeForce cards to be released and it has now been available for sale for a couple months.
While it’s not as flashy as the more flashy GTX 960’s Voodoo colors, the Purple strains were actually designed for use in a game like World of Warcraft, and they offer a great balance between the bright blue-purple color palette and the light and airy shading that characterizes Nvidia’s GeForce graphics cards.
The Purple strain has a slightly different layout than the others, which makes it easier to play with than the rest.
You can swap out the Blue color for your own choice of purple color in the Nvidia GeForce Experience program, and it works just as well on the GTX 970 as it does on the 980 Ti.
In a world where the GeForce GTX 980 Ti is still king of the hill when it comes it to gaming performance, we were surprised to see how the Purple and the Blue versions of the card stack up.
The GTX 980 and 980 Ti are the two cards that Nvidia has been most excited about recently, and Nvidia has made it clear that they’re hoping to bring a version of this card to market in the coming months.
It’s worth noting that Nvidia isn’t the only game studio to be releasing a Vulture Blue strain of its products, with many others using the Purple or Blue color variants.
The GeForce Experience website for the GTX 980 offers several variations of the Vulture strain, including a Vulturine strain that looks more like the original Nvidia GeForce 980 Ti card and a Vulfur strain that has a much more futuristic look.
While it’s hard to say if Nvidia’s Vulture strains will have a similar appeal as the other purple Vultures, it’s safe to say that they’ll definitely be on the shelves soon.
You’re going to be able to pick up a Vookuline strain for less than the price of a GeForce GTX 970 Ti, and you’ll also have a ton of other purple and blue strains to choose from.