We might be seeing a water-cooled, white GTX 770 Hall-of-Fame card from Galaxy soon.
Galaxy, which introduced its GTX 770 Hall-of-Fame graphics card almost an entire year ago, is seemingly working on a water-cooled version of the graphics card, which will be known as the GTX 770 HOF ICE Edition.
Being an HOF series graphics card, it is unsurprising that it will be white – very white. The water block pictured is white with brushed aluminum bits, and the PCB is most certainly going to be white, even though it can't be seen in the images. Furthermore, the water block will likely cover the GPU, memory and VRM circuitry. It'll also probably come with the standard G1/4" threads, so it'll fit in pretty much any loop.
No word on clock speeds for the card, though HOF cards almost always come with a factory overclock. Because this one comes with a water block, we can expect a fairly respectable factory overclock, though that's really just speculation.
Regardless, we do have one problem with this card, and that's not even a problem with the card itself. It has to do with the release time. Why only now? Isn't it a bit late?
No word on pricing or availability yet, though perhaps we'll be seeing more of it in a couple of weeks at Computex 2014.