Galax’s GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame will feature and LCD screen

Galax's GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame will feature and LCD screen

Galax’s GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame will feature and LCD screen

 
Videocardz has discovered that Galax’s (KFA2 in the EI) GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame will feature and LCD screen, which will provide the user with useful information like fan speed, clock speeds, GPU voltages and other key information like BIOS and Geforce driver versions.  
 
This will be a very appealing feature for overclockers, who would love to see exactly where their clock speeds are during use, as well as keep a careful eye on voltages when running high overclocks. Those who prefer a more custom design will also be able to add custom text to this screen, perhaps saying the user’s name or the name of their PC build/project. 
 
The GTX 1080 Hall of Fame GPU will feature the company’s signature all white design, with silver highlights and a white PCB design. The GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame will use a 2.5-slot version of KFA2’s traditional triple fan cooler design, which should be more than adequate to keep this beast of a GPU cool under load.   

  

 

KFA2’s design is a simple case of over-engineering, giving this GPU an insanely large power phase design and power inputs to match, allowing this GPU to be delivered up to 450W though the GPU’s three 8-pin PCIe power connections as well as the 75W from its PCIe connection for a total combined power of 525W. This is clearly more than what this GPU will ever need outside of LN2 overclocking, though it is nice to see that there is a company that is willing to bring insane designs like this to market. 

Like most aftermarket GTX 1080 Ti designs the Hall of Fame will feature three DisplayPort 1.4 connections as well as an HBMI 2.0 port and a DVI-D output, allowing this GPU to be used with pretty much any modern display.   

At this time the pricing and release date of KFA2’s GTX 1080 Ti HOF are unknown, though the GPU will certainly be popular amongst pro overclockers. 

  

You can join the discussion on Galax’s GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame on the OC3D Forums. 

 

Galax's GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame will feature and LCD screen

Galax’s GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame will feature and LCD screen

 
Videocardz has discovered that Galax’s (KFA2 in the EI) GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame will feature and LCD screen, which will provide the user with useful information like fan speed, clock speeds, GPU voltages and other key information like BIOS and Geforce driver versions.  
 
This will be a very appealing feature for overclockers, who would love to see exactly where their clock speeds are during use, as well as keep a careful eye on voltages when running high overclocks. Those who prefer a more custom design will also be able to add custom text to this screen, perhaps saying the user’s name or the name of their PC build/project. 
 
The GTX 1080 Hall of Fame GPU will feature the company’s signature all white design, with silver highlights and a white PCB design. The GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame will use a 2.5-slot version of KFA2’s traditional triple fan cooler design, which should be more than adequate to keep this beast of a GPU cool under load.   

  

 

KFA2’s design is a simple case of over-engineering, giving this GPU an insanely large power phase design and power inputs to match, allowing this GPU to be delivered up to 450W though the GPU’s three 8-pin PCIe power connections as well as the 75W from its PCIe connection for a total combined power of 525W. This is clearly more than what this GPU will ever need outside of LN2 overclocking, though it is nice to see that there is a company that is willing to bring insane designs like this to market. 

Like most aftermarket GTX 1080 Ti designs the Hall of Fame will feature three DisplayPort 1.4 connections as well as an HBMI 2.0 port and a DVI-D output, allowing this GPU to be used with pretty much any modern display.   

At this time the pricing and release date of KFA2’s GTX 1080 Ti HOF are unknown, though the GPU will certainly be popular amongst pro overclockers. 

  

You can join the discussion on Galax’s GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame on the OC3D Forums.