The Galax GeForce RTX 3090 Ti HOF OC Lab Edition

The Galax GeForce RTX 3090 Ti HOF OC Lab Edition received a very powerful 28-phase power subsystem

A Japanese enthusiast with the alias Duck OC was one of the first to provide a Galax GeForce RTX 3090 Ti HOF OC Lab Edition graphics accelerator equipped with a regular water block of a liquid cooling system. He decided to disassemble the map and see what it looks like in the “naked” form.

    Image source: Twitter / @duck_oc

Image Source: Twitter / @duck_oc

The Galax Hall of Fame graphics card series traditionally offers the most advanced technical features. The GeForce RTX 3090 Ti is no exception. The accelerator not only received a completely custom printed circuit board, but is also equipped with the most advanced components designed for further manual overclocking of the GPU. The Limited Edition variant comes with a water block and rear reinforcement plate specifically designed for this version of the graphics card.

The novelty is immediately the presence of a very powerful subsystem for powering the graphics chip and memory 24+4 phases. In comparison, the reference version of the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti is equipped with an 18 + 3-phase GPU and memory power subsystem.

Unlike other previously presented versions of the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti from other manufacturers, the HOF OC Lab Edition option is equipped with two 12 + 4-pin connectors for additional power at once, each capable of transmitting up to 600W of energy to the accelerator. Of course, the video card probably will not need all 1200 watts, but such a margin will obviously be useful for overclocking, because even the declared power consumption is 516 watts. In other words, the manufacturer has given everything to set new performance records with the help of this new product.

The manufacturer has not yet specified when exactly the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti graphics cards from the HOF OC Lab series will go on sale. Remember that the series also includes a model equipped with a traditional three-fan air cooling system. Famous overclockers are very often among the first to receive accelerators of this level, setting new world records in popular benchmarks. However, the Japanese enthusiast has not yet committed to testing the card.


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