Thursday, August 8th 2013

Galaxy GeForce GTX 760 HOF Pictured

Following up on launches of its GTX 780 HOF and GTX 770 HOF high-end graphics cards, Galaxy is giving final touches to its next addition to the HOF (hall of fame) series, this one based on the performance-segment GeForce GTX 760 GPU. Pictured below, the GTX 760 HOF is, for all intents and purposes, GTX 770 HOF with a different GPU and memory chips, the pin-compatible GTX 760, and slightly slower 6 GT/s rated memory chips.

The GTX 760 HOF features the same milky, almost edible-looking white PCB characteristic of HOF series, which draws power from a pair of 8-pin PCIe power connectors, and conditions it using an 8-phase VRM, which uses CPL-made chokes, and IR DirectFETs. An NEC-Tokin Proadlizer (multi-phase capacitor) keeps power delivery to the GPU clean. The card ships with factory overclocked speeds of 1111 MHz core, 1176 MHz GPU Boost, and 6.00 GHz memory. It features 2 GB of GDDR5 memory across a 256-bit wide memory interface. Galaxy didn't reveal launch details. Find more pictures at the source.


Source: Expreview
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11 Comments on Galaxy GeForce GTX 760 HOF Pictured

#1
haswrong
where is msi 780 lightning :confused:
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#2
HumanSmoke
by: haswrong
where is msi 780 lightning :confused:
You're expecting Galaxy to launch the MSI Lightning. Yup, I'd say that's a textbook definition of :confused:
What's even stranger is you've already commented in both the threads about the MSI Lightning
by: haswrong
will it beat oced titan?

and...
by: haswrong
with a 500$ price tag it would be a product worth considering. since i saw titan oced to 1600mhz, i wont probably be interested in buying. for a titan lightning on the other hand i would be willing to pay even full 800$. not more though.


...so it might be more relevant to keep posting in those rather than in a thread concerning a different vendor, and a different card using a different GPU.:rolleyes:
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#3
Arrakis+9
Now if only they weren't limited edition cards and normal people had a chance to buy them
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#4
Dent1
by: Arrakis+9
Now if only they weren't limited edition cards and normal people had a chance to buy them
Normal people don't buy high end video cards :)
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#5
zAAm
Hats off to whoever did the layout on this card. It's pretty sexy :D
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#6
micropage7
ohhh... white pcb, i love that
forget a while about the other :laugh::laugh::laugh:
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#7
Razorfang
by: micropage7
ohhh... white pcb, i love that
forget a while about the other :laugh::laugh::laugh:
A white back-plate would really make that card shine!
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#8
hckngrtfakt
by: HumanSmoke
You're expecting Galaxy to launch the MSI Lightning. Yup, I'd say that's a textbook definition of :confused:
What's even stranger is you've already commented in both the threads about the MSI Lightning

and...


...so it might be more relevant to keep posting in those rather than in a thread concerning a different vendor, and a different card using a different GPU.:rolleyes:
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#9
Casecutter
Price? I'd suppose whatever a GTX 770 HOF Edition 2GB get subtract $150 for the chip?
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#10
EarthDog
I'm going to guess $299 or less.
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#11
TheinsanegamerN
already overclocked, three fans, AND two 8 pin connectors? this thing would overclock like crazy on water. not that it needs it, since that cooler looks amazing already.
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