Galaxy shows off the all-white GTX 1080 Hall Of Fame at Computex 2016

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During this year’s Computex trade fair, a whole range of graphics cards were shown with Nvidia’s new GP104 circuit with third-party coolers in various forms. now the Taiwanese manufacturer Galax is also showing off its models for the Geforce GTX 1080.

In the top segment, the all-white Galaxy Geforce GTX 1080 Hall Of Fame is found, where the company aims to set new overclocking records and is expected to have a clock frequency of around 1,800 MHz in the basic version. In addition, the card is equipped with double 8-pin connectors and is rumored to have 15 current phases. The card’s I / O panel also has a switch that the company calls Turbo-switch, which will quickly clock up the card to an as yet unknown frequency.

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Slightly below that is the Geforce GTX 1080 EX OC series, which is expected to fall between the reference model and the Hall Of Fame with a clock frequency around 1,700 MHz. The current is supplied via a simple 8-pin connector, again with an unknown number of current phases. Finally, a reference model with a less modified cooler is also launched and is expected to be close to Nvidia’s recommended price.

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Regarding the EX OC and the Hall Of Fame models, these will end up approximately 10-15 and 20 percent above the reference model, respectively. Whether these will reach the Nordic market is still unknown.