EK Water Blocks is proud to announce the close cooperation with GALAXY, top tier NVIDIA authorized partner. The first fruit of collaboration is the GALAXY GeForce GTX 780 Ti V20 Hall Of Fame (HOF), the company's first liquid cooled graphics card on the market.
"The GALAXY GeForce GTX 780 Ti HOF V20 is a monster in terms of performance and overclock ability. We wanted a water cooling solution that allows the card to perform at its best even without extreme cooling such as LN2" said Edward Chow, GALAXY Product and Marketing Manager. "EK, with it's expertise on water cooling design, provides exactly what we want".
This limited edition GALAXY GeForce GTX 780 Ti HOF V20 offers a NVIDI GK110-425-B1 core, 3 GB of GDDR5 memory over a 384-bit interface and is factory overclocked to 1085/1150 MHz from the reference clock speed of 876 MHz/928 MHz (base/boost) - an astonishing 24% overclock! Similarly, the graphics card also includes high-end tantalum capacitors, an 16+3 Phase VRM and an EK Water Blocks designed and built EK-FC780 GTX Ti HOF V20 water block to ensure dead silent operation and unmatched overclocking potential.
GALAXY GeForce GTX 780 Ti Hall of Fame V20 specifications:
CUDA cores: 2880
Boost Clock: 1150 MHz
Base Clock: 1085 MHz
Memory: 3 GB GDDR5 @ GDDR5-7000 (0.28ns)
EK Full Cover water block features:
Uniquely stylized and customized water block design
Directly Cools GPUs, Memory and VRM
Low hydraulic restriction design
Nickel-plated electrolytic copper base and plexi-glass top
White Acetal FC Terminal with G1/4" Fitting Threads on both sides
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