The Galax RTX 3090 Ti Hall of Fame (HOF) is the epitome of what extra money can get you. Their cards are massive, weigh a few pounds each, and have all the blink you could ask for. HOF cards perform like a champion too. They pack some hefty Voltage Regulator Modules (VRMs) and come with densely packed heatsinks. The HOF cards have also been regularly seen to ask for more power than other offerings of the same GPU in the market.
But, apart from all the gimmicks, the HOF variant is one of the best GPUs you can get on the market. Galax only manufactures them for the highest-end Nvidia GPUs. So, budget gamers are completely out of luck.
What Makes the Galax RTX 3090 Ti HOF Special?
Recently, the company came up with the HOF variant of the RTX 3090 Ti. At the first look, you can tell that this thing was built to top the industry in terms of clock speeds this generation. The card will beat most other offerings while running on the out-of-box settings, that is until you overclock it. The RTX 3090 Ti is supposed to be an overclocking maniac. It has a massive 24+4 phase VRM design. The card is fed power with two 12-pin connectors.
With a single push of the One-Click OC feature, the Galax RTX 3090 Ti HOF can run at a massive 1,935 MHz, which is 75 MHz faster than Nvidia’s recommended upper limit.
The card also has a 4.3-inch display on board. This display has a resolution of 480×272 pixels. Users can connect the display via a USB header to the motherboard. This will allow for full control through Galax’s latest HOF software. This display shows system information and also adds a cool factor to the overall build.
The card is rated for a massive 516W power consumption and is priced at $2,840. This is $840 more than what Nvidia initially introduced the GPU at. Thus, the RTX 3090 Ti HOF is not a card for everyone.