KFA2 Launches the GTX 980Ti HOF

KFA2 Launches the GTX 980Ti HOF - PRESS RELEASE

KFA2 Launches the GTX 980Ti HOF

KFA2 Launches the GTX 980Ti HOF


KFA2, premier manufacturer of performance graphics cards, announced today that the much anticipated HOF edition GTX 980 Ti is now officially available for preorder with a ship date of July 10th. The new Ti version takes all the groundbreaking advantages and design sensibilities of the GTX 980 HOF and raises the bar even higher with a vast step forward in core performance elements, including 30% more stream processors and double the VRAM with 50% faster interface.


KFA2 Launches the GTX 980Ti HOF


The GTX 980 Ti HOF is built with a highly optimized white PCB and matching triple fan cooler similar to the 980 HOF, but features some additional refinements based on feedback from the overclocking community. Most notably, the bracket has been totally redesigned to drastically increase airflow and improve heat exhaust by as much as 400%, resulting in significantly reduced ambient case temps.



- GPU: GeForce 980Ti
- Core Base Clock: 1190MHz 
- Core Boost Clock: 1291MHz 
- Memory Clock: 7010MHz
- Memory Size: 6144MB GDDR5 
- Bus Type: PCI Express 3.0 
- Memory Bus: 384-bit 
- CUDA Cores: 2816 
- DirectX 12: Yes 
- DVI Port: 1x Dual-Link DVI, 3x DisplayPort & 1x HDMI 
- DisplayPort: Yes 
- HDCP: Yes 
- HDMI: Yes 
- Power: 2x 8-Pin
- 600W PSU Required 
- 250W TDP 
- Dimensions: L=315mm, W=144.1mm, H=51mm 

  KFA2 Launches the GTX 980Ti HOF


 The KFA2 GeForce GTX 980 Ti is available at all leading retailers worldwide


You can join the discussion on the KFA2 GTX 980Ti HOF on the OC3D Forums. 


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Most Recent Comments

24-06-2015, 18:05:32

Smart marketing, launching this card on the day AMDs Fury X launches, trying to take away some of the press. Doesn't help it's all white thoughQuote

24-06-2015, 18:07:03

When are NVidiot's AIB partners going to realize that we DON'T WANT DUAL SLOT I/O if they're meant to be watercooled?!? If you're designing a card for liquid or LN2 cooling, at least make the I/O bracket one slot like AMD does! It's so much easier to work with!Quote

24-06-2015, 18:21:57

if you are about to put a LN2 pot on the gpu you want the support you can get, these things can get quite heavy and having those hanging off the side of your card isnt really that niceQuote

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