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All HOF cards are welcome to the club! For any owner's out there, please feel free to register your card, but please make sure to post a pic of the card with your username seen on the photo! As usual, build logs count, so you can use that!


NOTE: KFA2 is the name of Galaxy in Europe so owner's of those versions of the card, are definitely part of this small family! For KFA2 owners, links to the regular (non+) HOF cards below should be the same for your card specs and driver wise

CLICK HERE ---> OWNER'S FORM ENTRY <--- CLICK HERE
(You can just post a pic of your card with your username and I can add you to the member's list by simply stating that you want to be added or... Please post a picture of the card with your username in it, then use the URL link in the post # as the validation. No validation means your name will be removed from the registry. Please note that build logs are accepted as well.)




Club Signature:
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Hall Of Fame Owner's Club

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[CENTER][URL=https://www.overclock.net/t/1476455/galaxy-hof-owners-club/0_20]Hall Of Fame [SIZE=5]♕[/SIZE] Owner's Club[/URL][/CENTER]

Webpage Links:
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Galaxy HOF 780 Ti+ / Galaxy HOF 780 Ti 3GB

Galaxy HOF 780+ / Galaxy HOF 780

Galaxy HOF 770 2GB / Galaxy HOF 770 V2 2GB

Galax HOF 980

Galax HOF 980 Ti

Note: The 980/980 Ti link has the drivers and other links on the left side of the site



GPU Dimensions:
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780 / 780 Ti
Length of PCB - 10-1/2 inches
Height of PCB - 3-7/8 inches
Length of Card - 10-3/4 inches (measured from PCI bracket to edge of cooler housing)
Height of Card - 4-7/8 inches (measured from bottom of PCB to highest protruding heat pipe)

NOTE: Measurements were taken by myself using a metal ruler. Please give (+/-) 1/16 of an inch either way in terms of accuracy (to be on the safe side)

HOF 980
Length of PCB -
Height of PCB -
Length of Card - (measured from PCI bracket to edge of cooler housing)
Height of Card - (measured from bottom of PCB to highest protruding heat pipe)

Hopefully, we get an owner to make measurements and submit them here so I can add them to the OP! I find that the specs given by Galaxy are off by a bit.


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780 Ti HOF
Dual Link DVI x 2
HDMI x 1
DisplayPort 1.2 x 1

980 HOF
Dual Link DVI x 1
HDMI x 1
DisplayPort 1.2 x 3


Resources:
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780 Ti BIOS Updates (RECOMMENDED BY GALAXY)
Extreme Tuner Plus for 980, 780 Ti, 770
Galaxy Logo Usage

NOTE: The BIOS update link above has 3 tabs for the 770 / 780 / 780 ti - Just pick the right card and download the correct bios


HOF BIOS:
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Click here To download 780 Ti HOF bios

Note: Once re-directed, click on the download link up top (arrow pointing down icon).

Click here to download 780 Ti V2.0 HOF

Note: Once re-directed, click on the download link up top (arrow pointing down icon).

Click here to download 980 HOF bios

Note: Once re-directed, click on the download link up top (arrow pointing down icon).

Click here to download 980Ti HOF bios

Note: Once re-directed, click on the download link up top (arrow pointing down icon).

Click here to download the 1080 HOF bios

Note: Once re-directed, click on the download link below the file icon.


skyn3t BIOS:

I just want to give mad props to the man skyn3t! He's such a big help to the OCing community in general!

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HOF 780 ti - Make sure you scroll down and click on "Official skyn3t GTX 780 Ti vBios released"
HOF 780 - Make sure you scroll down to "skyn3t vBios download" and click on the "vbios Rev 4" link.


Waterblocks:
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Performance Reviews

Check out the review below! I'm too much of a wimp to push my card like him! tongue.gif

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PCB information:

I'd like to thank centvalny for sharing information given by Mad Tse regarding the headers on the 780 TI PCB. Big thank you to jlakai for the 980 TI PCB header pics and andressergio for the header information!

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780 Ti PCB
* The header in blue is the plug for the LED on the fan shroud *
* The J9 (left - highlighted in red) 4-pin header is the fan header *
* The J13 (right - highlighted in red) is the iChill Controller Board header *


980 Ti PCB
* Upper left is the fan plug *
* Lower left is the the iChill Controller Board header *
* Lower right is the plug for the LED on the fan shroud *

OCing Tools:
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- MSI Afterburner Beta 3.0.0 version 19
- EVGA PrecisionX 4.2.1 - Best for skyn3t BIOS
- Galaxy Extreme Tuner Plus 3.0.0.5 - I use this and it works great!

Over-voltage Tool:
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Please make sure never to exceed 1.3V when on air! Use this at your own risk and I will not be held liable for any damages to your card!

A big thank you to pompss for sharing the over-voltage tool for the 780 Ti to the club! We also want to thank Fischer for sending us the 980 over-voltage tool!

Note: NVVDD is for the GPU voltage and FBVDD is for the memory voltage

- HOF 780 Ti NVVDD

- HOF 980 Ti NVVDD

- 980 Ti HOF LN2 Edition

RMA Support:
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OCN Hardware Rep - Galaxy

Please PM Galaxy if you need assistance or have any questions or concerns regarding any of their products.

You can also reach him via email at: [email protected]

Unlocking the Nvidia Power Limit (all cards!):
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Use at your own risk, anyone in this thread including the OP will not be held responsible if you fry your card! Happy cooking!

Unlock Power Limit for NVidia Cards

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A complete performance review (since I just barely pushed my card and I'm a noob at Ocing Kepler) by one of OCNs own owikh84 posted his results when pushing the card (Link is also available in the first post above):

[REVIEW] GALAXY GTX 780 Ti Hall of Fame (HOF) - Performance Test



STOCK BENCHMARK RUNS (CPU Turbo to 3900Mhz and 780 [email protected]): Base Clock - 1020 MHz / Boost Clock - 1124.7 MHz / 1750 mem (7000 effective) / Nvidia Driver 334.89
BIOS 80.80.34.00.25 (P2083-0030)


3DMark11
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NOTE: Max temp reached was 67*C ([email protected]%) - Voltage left at stock ([email protected] 0.950 mV)

Heaven 4.0
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EDIT: The settings above are the standard extreme preset but with full screen enabled that's why it's showing as custom instead of extreme

NOTE: Max temp reached was 67*C ([email protected]%) - Voltage left at stock ([email protected] 0.950 mV)


3DMark - Fire Strike
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NOTE: Max temp reached was 69*C ([email protected]%) - Voltage left at stock ([email protected] 0.950 mV)



OVERCLOCKED GPU BENCHMARK RUNS (CPU Turbo to 3900Mhz and 780 Ti @ +104 GPU / +100 mem): Base Clock - 1124 MHz / Boost Clock - 1227.7 MHz / 1800 mem (7200 effective) / Nvidia Driver 334.89
BIOS 80.80.34.00.25 (P2083-0030)


3DMark11
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NOTE: Max temp reached was 70*C ([email protected]%) - Voltage left at stock ([email protected] 0.950 mV~1.162)


Heaven 4.0
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NOTE: Max temp reached was 70*C ([email protected]%) - Voltage left at stock ([email protected] 0.950 mV~1.162)

3DMark - Firestrike
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NOTE: Max temp reached was 73*C ([email protected]%) - Voltage left at stock ([email protected] 0.950 mV~1.162)


OVERCLOCKED GPU BENCHMARK RUNS (CPU Turbo to 3900Mhz and 780 Ti @ +130 GPU / +150 mem): Base Clock - 1150 MHz / Boost Clock - 1253.8 MHz / 1800 mem (7200 effective) / Nvidia Driver 334.89
BIOS 80.80.34.00.25 (P2083-0030)


3DMark11
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NOTE: Max temp reached was 70*C ([email protected]%) - Voltage left at stock ([email protected] 0.950 mV~1.187)


Heaven 4.0
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NOTE: Max temp reached was 70*C ([email protected]%) - Voltage left at stock ([email protected] 0.950 mV~1.187)



OVERCLOCKED GPU BENCHMARK RUNS (CPU Turbo to 4200Mhz and 780 Ti @ +117 GPU / +100 mem): Base Clock - 1137 MHz / Boost Clock - 1241.1 MHz / 1800 mem (7200 effective) / Nvidia Driver 334.89
BIOS 80.80.34.00.25 (P2083-0030)

Note: The Asus P8Z77-M Pro has a default turbo clock of 3900Mhz, I moved it to the usual 4200MHz to see the difference and be comparable to people who do run stock CPU.


3DMark
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NOTE: Max temp reached was 70*C ([email protected]%) - Voltage left at stock ([email protected] 0.950 mV~1.187)


3DMark11
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NOTE: Max temp reached was 70*C ([email protected]%) - Voltage left at stock ([email protected] 0.950 mV~1.187)


Heaven 4.0
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NOTE: Max temp reached was 71*C ([email protected]%) - Voltage left at stock ([email protected] 0.950 mV~1.187)


Valley 1.0
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NOTE: Max temp reached was 72*C ([email protected]%) - Voltage left at stock ([email protected] 0.950 mV~1.187)



skyn3t BIOS GPU BENCHMARK RUNS (CPU Turbo to 4200Mhz and 780 Ti @ +156 GPU / +100 mem): Base Clock - 1241.1MHz / 1800 mem (7200 effective) / Nvidia Driver 334.89
BIOS 80.80.34.00.25 (skyn3t tweaked - Base clock 1085 MHz / disabled boost)

Note: The Asus P8Z77-M Pro has a default turbo clock of 3900Mhz, I moved it to the usual 4200MHz to see the difference and be comparable to people who do run stock CPU.

Heaven 4.0
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NOTE: Max temp reached was 71*C ([email protected]%) - Voltage set at 1.175 mV)


Valley 1.0
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NOTE: Max temp reached was 70*C ([email protected]%) - Voltage set at 1.175 mV)

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Everything looks exactly the same as the 780 HOF except the Ti has a backing plate.

What's it boost to out of the box without changing anything? 1150 - 1163 mhz?
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Hey Guys!

I'm currently downloading the 334.89 drivers and it's slow as molasses! That's why I haven't been able to do any tests! I installed what was in the box which is 331.60 and I'll see what it boosts to! All I have is GPU-z, should that be good to see the boost state?

I'm new to Kepler so please forgive me if I come off as a complete noob... I'm coming from a 7950 so this is all Greek to me!

I'm going to try and download heaven and 3DMark to start things off, any other benchmarks you guys want me to run? Just the free ones please!

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Everything looks exactly the same as the 780 HOF except the Ti has a backing plate.

What's it boost to out of the box without changing anything? 1150 - 1163 mhz?

You're right, the difference is the aluminum backplate included in the 780 Ti.

As for the boost clocks, after running 3DMark11 and using GPU-z 0.7.7 to confirm, the max GPU core clock is 1125 Mhz. That is bone stock, not touching anything including voltage, temp limit, power limit, etc.

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What's the ASIC out of curiosity?

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What's the ASIC out of curiosity?

73.2% ASIC according to GPU-z 0.7.7

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Have to run to work now, I'll post some more benchmarks when I get home!

Also, for the life of me I can't OC with MSI AB, does anyone have suggestions as to what I should use for my specific card? I don't think MSI AB has a profile for the HOF 780 Ti yet.

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