Wednesday, August 16th 2017

GALAX Announces GPU Overclocking Products - Power Board and LN2 Memory Pot

GALAX is apparently on the verge of launching two GPU overclocking-specific products, materialized in the HOF Power Board and an LN2 memory pot kit. Built to increase overclockability in your graphics card of choice, the GALAX power board will allow you to feed the GPU with way more power than it is designed to receive - provided you have decent cooling for the increased temperatures and operating voltages. And with the caveat of whether or not your GPU manufacturer of choice allows such changes in voltage.
Product features for the HOF Power Board are as follows:
  • Supports up to 2GHz switching frequency with IR3595A PWM chip
  • Integrated DrMOS providing 60A current, 16-power phase providing input current up to 960A
  • Panasonic SP-CAP aluminium polymer 470uf volume offering stable current even under load
  • GPU voltage adjustable range of 0.9-1.6V
  • 8-Pin x 3 external power supply can provide up to 450W auxiliary power
  • Variety of voltage monitoring points for accurate overclocking with real-time voltage monitoring
Naturally, if you're using that power board, it's like you're also resorting to more exotic cooling mechanisms, such as the famed LN2. If so, GALAX has just the product for you: an LN2 memory pot, which is being touted as made of anaerobic copper with 99.5% purity, with a nickel-plated mirror appearance. This should serve as a container for your LN2 dripping over the memory modules, allowing you to use that special coolant on the memory dies as well, while protecting them (and the graphics card) from spillage. GALAX says this memory pot was built for "extreme overclocking", supporting a temperature range of +1083°C to -268°C (for our American readers, that's 1981.400℉ to -450.400℉. Source: XFastest
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3 Comments on GALAX Announces GPU Overclocking Products - Power Board and LN2 Memory Pot

#1
buildzoid
probably gonna grab 2 of the power boards and mod them to go to 2V.
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buildzoid
probably gonna grab 2 of the power boards and mod them to go to 2V.
I would be disappointed if first post was not You buildzoid :D Get it and oc!
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buildzoid
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I would be disappointed if first post was not You buildzoid :D Get it and oc!
Already have 1 on the way
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