Galax to Introduce its First RTX 30-series Graphics card for the Overclocking Enthusiasts

GALAX has distinguished itself by branding its graphics cards as ones that break the records made by graphics cards from the Founder’s series and other AIB partners. Even though these graphics cards are priced higher than their reference counterparts, Galax has been able to create a niche market for these GPUs. Since the release of the 30-series the company has not been quiet about its next iteration of HOF (Hall of Fame) Graphics cards but we are yet to see any of their products.

However, It seems the company is all set to release its first graphics card, and it will start with a big one. Galax recently teased its first GeForce 30-series graphics card. Folks at Videocardz have reasons to believe that it will be based on RTX 3090, the BFGPU. Galax confirmed that the graphics card will be available in two variants both of which will feature a huge display attached directly to the graphics card. The display called HOF Panel III is used to display temperature, clock speeds, and other sensor data from different components. It will support bitmap images though support for GIFs has not been confirmed.

Leaked PCB of Galax RTX 3090 HOF-via Videocardz

The HOF bundle will include the graphics card, HOF Panel III, HOF support stick, HOF gloves white PCIe 8-pin extension cable, and a 1-Click Sync Pro cable. The Sync Pro cable will possibly be used as a BIOS Switch. The PCB of the upcoming graphics card has already been leaked earlier. Since the graphics card is meant to take the GA 102 GPU core beyond its limits, it features 26 VRM power stage design along with three 8-pin power connectors and a three fan cooling system.

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