Galaxy has just announced their GeForce GTX 780 Hall of Fame Edition graphics card. We got a little stripped down sneak peak of this card about two weeks ago. Galaxy is claiming that this card is the fastest air-cooled GTX 780 on earth! Galaxy hand picks the GPUs for the 780 HOF cards and they have a factory boost clock of 1058 MHz. This makes the Galaxy 780 HOF as much as 20% faster than the standard GTX 780 and even faster than the GTX Titan.
If there is one series of video cards we always look forward to it is MSI’s Lightning cards. These cards are MSI’s top of the line cards and we have been very excited for MSI to release their GeForce GTX 780 Lightning. MSI has teased the card on their Facebook page and also showcased the first performance preview of the upcoming card.
When companies release video cards they are all pretty much the same and it is hard for AiB partners to make their card stand out. The guys over at ChinaDIY have all of the details and photos of a new card that definitely stands out. It is the Galaxy GTX 780 Hall of Fame Edition.
It looks like MSI has posted a trailer (see below) for their upcoming GeForce GTX 780 Lightning graphics card. This card will be the highest factory overclocked card that MSI will be offering in their GTX 780 series of cards. It is also speculated that the card featured a redundant BIOS and a feature that lifts many of the BIOS-level limits, protections and fail-safes. If that is true it will be the first GK110-based graphics card to feature over-voltage beyond NVIDIA’s limits.
ASUS has released its top of the line GeForce GTX 780 graphics card in its GeForce GTX 780 DirectCU II OC. This card features NVIDIA’s GK110-300 core, has 2304 CUDA cores, 3 GB of GDDR5 memory and has a engine clock of 941 MHz. The card features an ASUS designed PCB and an all new DirectCU II cooling system.
Last month NVIDIA released their GeForce GTX 780 graphics card and since then many different manufacturers have released non-reference and overclocked versions of the card. Galaxy unveiled their own non-reference GeForce GTX 780 HOF edition which featured a very cool all white PCB. Well HKEPC’s Mr. Wong has shattered records by overclocking the card past previous records!
MSI has just officially unveiled its newly high-end custom version of NVIDIA’s GTX 780 GPU. The MSI Gaming GTX 780 comes with MSI’s latest Gaming App tuning utility that lets gamers to swap between high performance OC mode, gaming mode and silent mode. MSI also possesses the advanced Airflow Control Technology, dual over-sized 10cm fans, and Propeller Blade Technology which ideally complements the Twin Frozr IV Advanced and its inspiring cooling functioning. For your information, under complete load the GPU strikes 67 degrees only at 25.7dBA which is quite impressive.
Gainward does something very different with their line of Phantom VGA coolers. These coolers use discrete fans that pull air into the aluminum heatsink fin stack, rather than pushing air through it. This results in a very sexy design. Gainward is very close to unveiling its GeForce GTX 780 Phantom graphics card and has made a teaser video for it which shows the updated design of the cooler. Read on to check it out!
ASUS has unveiled its brand new GeForce GTX 780 DirectCU II OC graphics card. It features a non-reference PCB, a new third generation DirectCU II cooler and it is of course overclocked. The factory overclock is set at 889 MHz core and 941 MHz GPU boost compared to NVIDIA’s reference speeds of 863 MHz and 900 MHz.
MSI has a little teaser at their booth at Computex. While all of their other graphics cards are displayed on the wall the upcoming GeForce GTX 780 Lightning card is covered in a clouded clear box so you really cannot see it. We do not know when MSI will be releasing this card, but it should be their best GeForce GTX 780 offering to date.