GALAX is renowned for pushing boundaries with its high-end graphics card releases. The recent unveiling of the GeForce RTX 40 SUPER models, particularly the Hall of Fame (HOF) OC LAB Master Edition based on NVIDIA’s latest GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER GPU, was announced in a Galaxy BBS blog post. To match its extravagant name, GALAX has introduced an exclusive cooling solution, tailored for an impressive 211 MHz overclock beyond Team Green’s standard settings.
At the pinnacle of the tailored GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER GPU lineup is its 2685 MHz clock. According to VideoCardz, the GIGABYTE AORUS RTX 4070 SUPER MASTER model, another premium choice, lags behind with a 30 MHz difference.
The GALAX GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER Hall of Fame OC LAB Master Edition graphics card showcases an almost entirely white design, extending even to its PCB. Powered by the Ada Lovelace AD104-350-A1 architecture, this flagship model features a standard 250 W TGP, with user-adjustability up to 320 W. It comes equipped with a default three-pin to sixteen-pin adapter, ensuring ample power supply.
According to GALAX, the card incorporates a 12+3 phase design, with its power section regulated by an XDPE10281 PWM. The Chinese manufacturer suggests the arrival of additional white Master Edition SUPER models. While we anticipate further announcements and complete product pages on their website(s), it’s unlikely that GALAX will offer these high-end cards beyond their domestic market.