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Galax KFA2 RTX 2080Ti Hall of Fame 10th Anniversary edition GPU – The £1800 GPU!

Back in August I gleefully updated my PC system with my dream GPU, the HOF RTX 2080Ti from KFA2 (Galax). In the video I made a mention of the 10th anniversary edition of the card but never thought I’d be able to see one in the flesh let alone have a play around with one! The 10th anniversary HOF RTX 2080Ti is really something special to look at and even features an inbuilt water cooling block for improved cooling performance. It’s pretty hard to justify spending £1800 on a graphics card but it is definitely a special piece of technology that I was very pleased to take a closer look at… 

Watch via our Vimeo channel (below) or over on YouTube at 2160p HERE

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Specifications:

  • Cuda Cores: 4352
  • Tensor Cores: 544
  • RT Cores: 68
  • ROPS: 88
  • Boost Clock: 1740MHz
  • Memory: 11Gb GDDR6
  • Memory clock: 14,000MHz
  • Memory interface: 352-bit
  • Display connectors: DP1.4 x3 / HDMI 2.0b & USB-C
  • Dimensions(with Bracket): 320*180*58mm
  • Dimensions(without Bracket): 320*165*58mm

Requirements: 

  • PCI Express-compliant motherboard with one dual-width x 16 graphics slot
  • 3x 8-pin supplementary power connectors
  • Minimum 750W or greater system power supply
  • 1.5GB of available hard-disk space
  • 8GB system memory (16GB or higher recommended)
  • Microsoft Windows 10 64-bit (April 2018 update or later), Windows 7 64-bit, Linux 64-bit

Pros: 

  • Beautiful white design with customisable RGB lighting
  • Excellent cooler with build in watercooling block
  • Very high clock speeds
  • Good connectivity options
  • Comes with a free gift of HOF RAM

Cons: 

  • VGA support bracket could be better
  • HOF AI software can be a bit awkward to use
  • Expensive
  • Requires a lot of power for Overclocking

If you’re lucky enough to have the cash to splash on this GPU, you can find it at Overclockers UK HERE for £1800 

Kitguru says: The HOF 10th anniversary edition card might be expensive but it sure is something special and I’m sure there are plenty of enthusiasts who would love to get their hands on it. 

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