GALAX (also known as KFA2 in the European market) has released a video revealing that its Galax GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame will incorporate an LCD panel in the upper frame of the graphics card.

Galax Geforce GTX 1080 Ti HOF: 3 Slots, 3 × 8 Pin, 19 VRM-Phase and LCD Panel

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5xkBxaYmPw

This LCD screen will show us information about the GPU, such as the BIOS used, the graphical model, memory capacity, the version of the drivers we are using, GPU core temperature, voltage, speed of fans, frequency of The GPU and memory. Apart from all these we can also set the text we want. Thanks to the above video we can also see that the LED RGB lighting will be placed in the “crown” above the central fan, on both sides of the LCD panel, and on own PCI-Express connectors.

For now we know that the Galax GeForce GTX 1080 Ti HOF will use a 16 + 3 phase VRM power supply, an advanced cooling system that will occupy two and a half slots (2.5 PCI), we have an aluminum backplate that will help reinforce the White PCB. For rest of the information, we have to wait for sometime.

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