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Sep 11, 2013

KFA2 GeForce GTX 780 HOF Edition

Normally, the GeForce GTX 780 graphics card from NVIDIA is a black-colored board with a mostly black, single-fan cooler with green highlights.

KFA2 likes white though, so it made both in that color. Or non-color, as artists would say. It also took the liberty of playing with the clocks enough that the board became 20% faster than the original. Thus, the factory boost clock is of 1058 MHz, versus 900 MHz. On that note, the base clock is of 1006 MHz, not 863 MHz. The 3 GB of memory were left alone though, so they still work at 6 GHz (6008 MHz).

That leaves the cooler, a dual-fan contraption with Hybrid Vapor Chamber Heat Pipe (HVCP) technology (heat transfer efficiency roughly 30X higher than copper). It copes with the heat from the GPU, memory chips, and the 8 + 2 phase VRM (90% efficiency) which can deliver 480 amps of power to the GPU. Pricing wasn't mentioned, unfortunately.

KFA2 GeForce GTX 780 HOF Edition
Image credits to KFA2


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