GALAXY has unveiled their GeForce GTX 780 Ti Hall of Fame Edition which features a very unique white PCB with an impressive power design that will take overclocking to the next level. This card is so powerful it set a 3DMark world record in FireStrike Extreme with some insane clock speeds using LN2 cooling.
The Galaxy GeForce GTX 780 Ti HOF V20 makes use of the GK110-425-B1 chip that is fully unlocked giving you 2880 CUDA cores and 3GB of GDDR5 memory running across a 384-bit interface. We know this card will be overclocked, but the exact clocks are unknown at this time. To achieve the 3DMark FireStrike Extreme world record overclocker MadTse pushed the card to 1886 MHz core and 2000 MHz memory (8GHz effective).
The card will have an all white PCB, which we have seen on all of the Hall of Fame cards from Galaxy. The PCB has 16 phases for the core, 2 phases for the memory and 3 phases for the PLL. The PCB makes use of high-end Panasonic tantalum capacitors, KEMET tantalum capacitors with a capacity of 330uF and MDU3606 MOSFETs from Magnachip. The memory and power delivery components will have their own heatsinks. Power to the card will come in the way of dual 8pin and a single 6pin connector which means the card will have a TDP of 300W.
Galaxy has not revealed the cooler for this card, but are we expecting it to similar to their last HOF card which featured a dual fan cooler and impressive heatsink design. If users want extra power Galaxy will be shipping an extra power supply module with an 8 phase PWM with its own set of voltage adjustments and tuning points. No word yet on pricing or when this card will be available.
Source: Galaxy | News Archive