Galaxy Launches GTX 780 OC Hall Of Fame + – With 20% More Clock Speed And White PCB
Taiwanese manufacturer Galaxy microsystems has launched today its own version of Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 780. Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 780 itself has some very impressive specifications. The card features a base clock frequency of 863 MHz with a boost frequency of 900 MHz. This is coupled with a total of 2304 CUDA cores. The GeForce GTX 780 comes with 3 GB of GDDR5 with a speed of 6.0 GB/s and 384-bit width. The card also features one 8-pin and one 6-pin power connectors. Galaxy today launched their own Hall of Fame + OC version of the card, and the product has several gains over Nvidia’s reference design.
Galaxy Hall Of Fame OC GTX 780 To Feature Hybrid Cooling System And 20% Increase In Clock Speed.
Galaxy’s GTX 780 Hall Of Fame + OC has several important features. The card has a base clock speed of 1019 MHz. This is a 20 percent increase from the frequency of the GeForce GTX 780. The base frequency on the GeForce GTX 780 is 863 MHz. In addition, the card can also be overclocked to a turbo frequency of 1091 MHz. The GeForce GTX 780 can be overclocked to 900 MHz on the other hand. In the case of memory however the GTX Hall of Fame + OC stays the same. The card has the same 3 GB of GDDR5 graphics memory, which is the same as the GeForce GTX 780. The clock speed of the memory on the Hall of Fame GTX 780 is 3004 MHz with a transfer rate of 288.4 GB/s and an interface with of 384 bits.
The GTX 780 Hall Of Fame + OC features a white PCB design. In the area of power connectivity the card differs from the GeForce GTX 780. The power supply on the board is via two 8-pin connectors. It also features two DVI ports, one HDMI port and one Display Port 1.2. This is the same as the GeForce GTX 780. The card uses ceramic capacitors and a double fan. In addition to this, several heat pipes and a vapor chamber are also present on the card. The manufacturer claims that these measures will help reduce overall temperature of on the GTX 780 Hall Of Fame by ten percent despite the increased frequency and overclocking.