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Galax launches the RTX 3090 HOF series graphics cards

Galax has unveiled the RTX 3090 ‘Hall of Fame’ series, consisting of 3x graphics cards: the Galax RTX 3090 HOF, the RTX 3090 HOF Premium, and the RTX 3090 HOF Limited Edition. These three cards should be very similar in terms of performance, although the Limited Edition does come with a higher factory overclock. 

These cards are all white-themed, covered with an aluminium shroud with “polygonal decoration parts”, RGB lighting, and a custom 12-layer white PCB. Featuring dual BIOS (performance and silent) and a 26 phase design (14+8+4), these cards were designed for extreme overclockers and those who want to push the RTX 3090 to its limit.

Cooled through a triple-fan design with 2x 102mm fans and a 92mm fan at the centre, the HOF cards’ heatsink features a vapor chamber base and 6x 8mm heat pipes.

The standard RTX 3090 HOF and RTX 3090 HOF Premium share the same boosting frequencies, operating up to 1800MHz and 1815MHz through 1-Click OC. The Limited Edition card goes a bit further, pushing the boost clock up to 1860MHz and 1875MHz with 1-Click OC. All cards have the same video outputs: 3x DisplayPorts 1.4a and an HDMI 2.1 port.

All three cards come with a HOF support stick, HOF gloves, 1-Click Sync Pro cable, and white 8-pin PCIe extension cables. Both the Premium and Limited edition cards feature HOF Panel III, a 4.3 TFT LCD panel used to monitor and showcase information about your graphics card. You can use HOF AI to customise the HOF panel, create performance profiles for the graphics cards, or monitor the operating frequencies, fans, and temperatures.

Pricing and availability have not been revealed yet. You can learn more about the Galax RTX 3090 HOF HERE, the RTX 3090 HOF Premium HERE, and the RTX 3090 HOF Limited Edition HERE.

KitGuru says: Are you still thinking about buying an RTX 3090 graphics card? What do you think about the Galax RTX 3090 HOF series? 

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