Galaxy’s GTX 760 Hall Of Fame Edition Graphics Card Spotted
Ryan Martin / 3 years ago
Galaxy’s Hall of Fame series has so far seen a GTX 780 and GTX 770 and now we have a GTX 760. The GTX 760 Hall of Fame Edition graphics card is essentially a GTX 770 HOF graphics card with the GTX 770 GPU swapped out for a GTX 760 GPU. It has an identical layout and PCB design and the only other difference, bar the obvious GPU change, is that the memory chips used are rated for 6Gbps not 7Gbps.
The Galaxy GTX 760 HOF graphics card features the trademark white PCB, white shroud and white fans we are used to seeing on the HOF series. Surprisingly it draws power through a pair of 8 pins supported by an 8 phase VRM.
The card uses CPL-made chokes, IR DirectFETs and an NEC-Tokin Proadilizer multi-phase capacitor. The Galaxy GTX 760 HOF ships with a factory overclock of 1111MHz core, 1176MHz boost and 6GHz memory up from the reference clocks of 980MHz core, 1033MHz boost and 6GHz memory. Like all normal GTX 760s this card uses 2GB of GDDR5 across a 256 bit interface. Pricing and availability is yet to be revealed. In Europe we expect an identical KFA2-branded model to be made available soon.
Images and information courtesy of Expreview