First Images of Completely White Galax GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame Leaked
The Korean website Quasarzone has leaked the first images of the completely white Galax GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame variants of manufacturer Galax – known as KFA2 overseas – have amassed quite the reputation for their striking design and overclocking ability. The GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame edition is impressive to say the least, inside and out.
The PCB of the card has been giving a unique exterior with a white PCB, white fans, and a metal backplate. There are 16+3 phases for power to the GPU and the memory chips. The number of phases allocated for the chips is more than double than what the Nvidia Founders Edition of the GTX 1080 Ti offers, which only uses a 7+1 phases design. Because of the added phases and to increase overclocking headroom, there are three PCIe 8-pin power connectors required.
Galax has chosen for a triple-fan cooler and requires two and a half slots of free space. Judging by the photos, the card also features measuring points for voltages and a couple of added jumpers and buttons for overclocking and tweaking. The metal backplate of the GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame is the icing on the cake.
Clock speeds of the graphics card haven’t been announced yet, and a recommended price and release date are also yet to be revealed.