Galaxy has introduced two range-topping “Hall of Fame” (HOF) editions of the GeForce GTX 770 and 780 graphics cards that both feature distinctive white PCBs, beefy heat sinks, and aim to provide a "good interpretation" of Galaxy's "everything just for performance philosophy."
The GeForce GTX 770 HOF is factory overclocked from base/boost 1046/1085 MHz to 1202 MHz/1254 MHz; features 2 GB of GDDR5 memory over a 256-bit interface; and includes premium tantalum capacitors and a dual-slot, triple-fan cooler that should provide a comfortable amount of headroom for further overclocking.
The GeForce GTX 780 HOF offers a GK110-300-A2 core, 3 GB of GDDR5 memory over a 384-bit interface and is factory overclocked to 1006/1058 MHz from the reference clock speed of 863 MHz/900 MHz (base/boost). Similarly, the graphics card also includes high-end tantalum capacitors, an 8+2 Phase VRM and an oversized triple-slot, dual-fan cooler that includes a densely packed aluminum fin array and four 6 mm heat pipes.
Although Galaxy has yet to announce the GTX 770 HOF or the GTX 780 HOF’s pricing or availability, the former is listed for $449.99 and “out of stock” at the Galaxy Webstore.
I think they messed up, if you look at the pictures it looks like the 770 is the dual slot (triple fan setup) card and the 780 is the triple slot (dual fan setup) card.
Gainward has been around a long time and used unusual names like Golden Sample.
On their site they have an EOL section with pics and specs and drivers of their early OC'd nvidia cards.
Zero. Give it a break man we have only recently put PCI-E 1.0 on shelf... of history.
Yeah... I also like to have free stuff. This type of memory is expensive and this cards don't really use all of it. But yeah you know better than engineers at Galaxy they are putting not enough memory on their 500$ products.