Galaxy Reveal GTX 770 Hall Of Fame Edition Graphics Card

/ 5 years ago


Galaxy has announced its prestigious GTX 770 Hall of Fame Edition graphics cards. This swanky new graphics card from Galaxy features an all white PCB and cooler but it isn’t all form over function. The cooler uses a triple fan design with five nickel plated heat pipes and a long dense aluminium heatsink. Additionally Galaxy have fitted a ventilated PCI slot cover for the second PCI bracket to allow for extra airflow.galaxy_gtx_770_HOF_2

The PCB is custom and features a digital PWM controller, 8 + 2 phases, POSCAPs, MLCC capacitors, IR DirectFET MOSFETs, shielded inductors and voltage read points. Galaxy have also cherry picked and speed binned the GTX 770 GPUs used on these GTX 770 HOF cards to ensure the best performance possible.

The GTX 770 HOF uses clock speeds of 1202 MHz/1254 MHz base/boost up from stock clocks of 1046/1085 MHz. It features 2GB of GDDR5 over a 256 bit interface and this is at the stock 7GHz effective speed. The GTX 770 HOF from Galaxy will cost $449.99 MSRP.

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One Response to “Galaxy Reveal GTX 770 Hall Of Fame Edition Graphics Card”
  1. Wayne says:

    Looks really swanky. If you receive one for testing you could ship it to me when you’re done for… Ahem… permanent evaluation, We don’t see too many Galaxy cards this far south, only dull, boring Palits’. 🙂

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