GALAX is quite know for their Hall of Fame (HOF) series of graphics cards. Besides just their awesome looks with their all white PCB, they also have some of the fastest clocks available. To take things to the next level they have just revealed their Custom GTX HOF Water Cooled Editions.
GALAX has worked with Diamond Cooling to create full-coverage waterblocks for both their GTX 980 and 970 HOF graphics cards. These will no doubt be some of the best looking and best performing HOF cards ever made.
“Working in-conjunction with Diamond Cooling based in Europe, specialists in all things custom and cool, GALAX has developed a water cooling solution designed to fully unleash the raw potential of the GTX 980 and 970 HOF graphics cards with the unprecedented cooling capacity needed for extreme overclocks.”
The design philosophy for the new Hall of Fame waterblock is based on five pillars of performance cooler engineering: Full PCB coverage, active cooling for all key components, no top cover plates hiding parts of the block, a clean yet strong design and zero compromise in cooling efficiency and coolant flow. Only the best materials make the cut for the waterblock’s construction, ensuring superior quality in every piece.
The waterblock is available in two styles: A white acetal top and a PETG acrylic transparent top. The white acetyl top covers the PCB and all its components end-to-end with an opaque white finish, while the transparent PETG acrylic top gives a crystal clear view of the PCB. The PETG acrylic solution extends the full length of the card as well, but with the added advantage of making the entire water channel visible for extra effect. Both style are built around a nickel plated full copper waterblock.
– Fits both GALAX GTX 970 and GTX 980 Hall Of Fame graphics cards
– Custom engineered design to maximize coolant flow and heat transfer
– Pure copper blocks
– Nickel plating
– PETG acrylic / white acetal top
– Full PCB coverage including power connectors
– Coolant channel specially built for optimal flow with bidirectional hookups
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