Pictures and details about KFA2's upcoming GeForce GTX 680 Hall of Fame Edition have arrived. TPU noticed the card is now listed at British webshop Overclockers UK for £529.99 (incl. VAT), which is around $854 at the current currency exchange rate. The card features a white non-reference PCB, a 1202MHz base clock, 1267MHz boost, and 2GB GDDR5 memory clocked at 6008MHz. The KFA2 GTX 680 Hall of Fame is expected to ship on May 11.
The PCB implements bleeding-edge voltage regulation circuitry, that includes CPL-made single-phase chokes, International Rectifier DirectFET, and tantalum capacitors - stuff that's fit for avionics. The VRM is make up of an 8+2+2 phase circuit. The card draws power from two 8-pin PCIe power connectors. A Galaxy GX31 custom controller governs the VRM, providing software voltage control, voltage monitoring and power draw monitoring over SMBUS. The cooling solution is Galaxy's proven triple-fan cooler, which has been used on older Galaxy/KFA2 graphics cards. The cooler utilizes a long aluminum fin array, to which heat is conveyed by several copper heat pipes. It is then ventilated by three 90 mm LED-lit fans. Display outputs include one standard-sized DisplayPort, and three mini-DisplayPort connectors.