Galax RTX 3090 HOF hits 3GHz+ on LN2

Galax RTX 3090 HOF hits 3GHz+ on LN2

Galax may have the most powerful RTX 3090 in the world — its new Hall of Fame version of the top-tier Nvidia GPU has been pushed past the mythical 3GHz barrier on liquid nitrogen, helping it to break all sorts of records. Galax achieved this monumental GPU achievement by custom designing the card specifically for super overclocks. It includes a custom 12-layer PCB for improved stability and reduced signal crosstalk, a new 14+8+4 phase digital power system, and has a dual-BIOS for added voltage and performance when on extreme cooling.

The card is so extreme, it even has a built-in LCD screen. Who said the most expensive GPUs in the world couldn't get more so?

Nvidia RTX 3000 graphics cards have been in short supply the world over, with some costing several hundred dollars more than their retail price, even when they are in stock. For high-end, modified versions of the cards, this problem is even more pronounced, with this RTX 3090 from Galax expected to cost well north of $2,000 when it debuts. If you can find it, which you can't, and probably won't be able to.

Still, for the very few who can, they can expect absolutely monstrous performance. The card boosts to 1,875MHz out of the box, but can reach over 3GHz when cooled to super low temperatures. This helped the new Galax card break as many as 16 GPU records over the weekend, including Unigine Superposition 1080p and 8K, 3DMark 11, 3DMark Port Royal, and 3D Mark Vantage Extreme, ,among many others.

For the full details on this card and its expected release, check out the WCCFTech report here.