Wednesday, June 5th 2013

Galaxy Also Unveils First GTX 780 Graphics Card with Custom PCB

Every GeForce GTX 780 graphics card launched till date features an NVIDIA-reference design PCB, or one that looks like it, with minor changes, until now. Galaxy unveiled the first GTX 780 graphics card with a non-reference design PCB, the GTX 780 Super Overclock Hall of Fame (SOC-HOF). The card uses a milky-white colored PCB, with a strong VRM design to support factory-overclocked speeds (undisclosed), and record-seeking overclocking. The card ships with a meaty triple-slot air-cooler, which uses a dense aluminum fin-stack that's fed by four 8 mm-thick copper heat pipes, and ventilated by two large 80~92 mm fans.
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6 Comments on Galaxy Also Unveils First GTX 780 Graphics Card with Custom PCB

#1
RCoon
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Unlocked 780 voltages maybe? :O
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btarunr
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by: RCoon
Unlocked 780 voltages maybe? :O
A little Wishful thinking. NVIDIA would drown Galaxy in its tears.
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#3
cowie
I could never own one of these cards for the simple fact i would dunk it in a big jar of peanut butter and try to eat it....yummy
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#4
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
by: btarunr
A little Wishful thinking. NVIDIA would drown Galaxy in its tears.
"...record seeking overclocking."
How could they do that on 1.2v max? it'd be like making records 1mhz in improvement.
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Dj-ElectriC
by: RCoon
"...record seeking overclocking."
How could they do that on 1.2v max? it'd be like making records 1mhz in improvement.
Hardware Volt mods
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#6
ueutyi
finally< im amd fans anyway
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