The company Galaxy Microsystems, known under the Galax / KFA2 brand, officially introduced the graphics card KFA2 GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame 8 Pack Edition, created with the participation of the famous British overclocker Ian “8 Pack” Perry. The novelty is built on the basis of a unique design printed circuit board, equipped with a three-slot cooling system with three fans and is the most expensive GeForce GTX 1080 Ti model available on the market.
One of the distinguishing features of the KFA2 GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame 8 Pack Edition is the presence on the end of a small LCD-display, on which you can display the current frequency of the GPU and memory or other useful information.
The graphics processor operates at a frequency from 1645 to 1759 MHz, and 11 gigabytes of video memory GDDR5X operate at an effective frequency of 11,400 MHz. The power supply subsystem of the novelty consists of 15 (12 + 3) phases, and for connecting an additional source there are three 8-pin PCI-E Power connectors. According to the portal Overclockers.co.uk, the chips for this video card are carefully selected, so that the novelty sales will not exceed 5-10 units per month.
KFA2 GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame 8 Pack Edition is already available for pre-order at the Overclockers.co.uk online store at a price of 950 pounds (about $ 1,225). Deliveries of the novelty are scheduled for May 26.