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Galaxy Readies GeForce GTX 780 Ti HOF Graphics Card

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  1. btarunr

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    Launches of non-reference design GeForce GTX 780 Ti graphics cards are only a matter of time, with HardwareLuxx.de scoring pictures of Galaxy GeForce GTX 780 Ti HOF (hall of fame) graphics card. The HOF series from Galaxy is characterized with its milky white PCB. The GTX 780 Ti HOF could feature the same 2+ slot cooling solution, and the same PCB, as the GTX 780 HOF, which the company launched this July. You can tell it's a GTX 780 Ti by looking at its ASIC marking, GK110-425-B1. Its exact clock speeds are still under the wraps. The source expects non-reference design GTX 780 Ti cards to launch around late-November and early-December, strategically timed against non-reference Radeon R9 290X.

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    Source: HardwareLuxx.de
     
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    omg omg omg omg White PCB :OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO. SO MUCH WANT

    I realise it has been used before.
     
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    This may be the 780 Ti to get. It seems like most of their HOF 780s could hit 1300mhz which pretty much let them run circles around those overpriced and apparently not well binned Classy/Lightning chips. It's been that way with past Galaxy cards I've owner too. Idk why they're simultaneously the only brand that takes binning cards seriously while offering it at reasonable prices. Seems counter-intuitive.
     
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    Too bad they are rare as unicorns here in Europe, yes I know they are named KFA2 here and not Galaxy.
     
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    Really? I missed that o_O

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    Overclock is always risky (especially changing bios), and many don't do it right / cautiously. It's not the manufacturer's fault, unless their product is not as good as the reference product. From that forum thread, nothing indicates the product wasn't good.
     
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    Woooooooooow. Maybe there is a reason to get the more robust Lightning and Classified after all...assuming that dude's bios didn't bork it somehow with the power limit adjustments.
     
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    Amazing

    WoW amazing wonderful

    milky white PCB i like it

    Damn 2+ slot cooling solution

    goooooooooood nice work Galaxy HOf series
     
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    Who cares about white PCBs. Put a white backplate on a normal card.
     

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