Last week we have seen the first rumors regarding the upcoming Galax GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame. Meanwhile Galax has published more details on the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame. This model is usually created for performance and extreme cooling enthusiasts, being equipped with a triple-fan cooler. Apart from that there is a white color scheme.
The new Galax GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame looks a pretty massive and powerful. The cooler they’re using is an improved version their TriMax Cooler module which can be found on several Galax graphics cards. The card features a triple slot heatsink and a dense aluminum fin stack that has been combined with three fans (TriMax Cooler). The entire cooler has been kept in white and there is a solid back plate presenting the Galax logo.
At the moment there aren't details on clock speeds, however due to the juicy power design (16+3 phases) it’s safe to assume that this model will ship with a massive overclock already from the factory. In the past the HoF graphics card from Galax always came with substantial factory overclocks and clock speeds will certainly be higher than with most other factory-overclocked cards. The GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition works at 1480MHz/1582MHz Core/Boost frequencies and we expect a decent factory overclock on the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame. Since there are already custom GTX 1080 Ti running at 15xxMHz/16xxMHz Core/Boost frequencies, we might see something similar also from Galax as well.
On another note, this card comes with three 8-pin power connectors, which is usually an indicator, that this card has also been built for extreme overclocking. Apart from that we guess that it might also work if only two connectors are plugged in.
As of today there is no date available when this card will hit the shelves of your local retailer but we are sure that it will be pretty expensive.