Galax GTX 970 HOF Video Card Review

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Ladies and gentlemen, today I get to present to you an offering from the Galax camp! We all read the GTX 980 SOC reviewed I published a couple weeks ago and know it was a beast. We also mentioned on the front page the release of Galax’s famed Hall of Fame (HOF) version of the GTX 970 and GTX 980. Now, we have the Galax GTX 970 HOF in our hands for review. If it is anything like their 780Ti HOF I reviewed a while back, you all are in for a treat as Galax really does a number on improving NVIDIA’s reference design both on the PCB, and on the cooling. Let’s check it out, shall we?

Specifications and Features

Below is a list of specifications from the Galax website for the card. As most know, the GTX 970 comes with 1664 CUDA cores, 4GB of 256bit GDDR5, base clocks of 1051 MHz on the core and 1750 MHz on the memory, typically a 150W TDP. However the Galax card comes in with a base core clock of 1228 MHz and a boost rating of 1380MHz. That is 175MHz+ over stock without the actual boost (which I saw 1430MHz throughout my testing with no throttling). That clockspeed happens to be the same as the GTX 980. Memory capacity and speed remain the same.

The HOF is made for overclocking so Galax put some features on the card to assist with this endeavor. They souped up the power delivery area to an 8+2 (core/memory) configuration on a 10 layer PCB, high quality International Rectifier power bits, and a dual BIOS in case you get saucy and want to safely get around NVIDIA’s oppressive power limits that are forced on these vendors.

When you do that, or just overclock, you want something that will help keep things cool. Galax uses a newly redesigned “Triple Force” cooler that features two 80mm fans and a 90mm in the middle which forces air through their seven heatpipe heatsink to help whisk the heat away.

The card will drive 4 monitors by its lonesome and has a DL DVI output, HDMI, and x3 Displayport 1.2.

For further details, please check it out below in the Specifications table!

Galax GTX 970 HOF Specifications
GPU Engine Specs:
CUDA Cores1664
Base Clock (MHz)1228
Boost Clock (MHz)1380 (1430 MHz actual)
Memory Specs:
Memory Speed3505 (7010) MHz
Standard Memory Config4096MB
Memory Interface Width256-bit GDDR5
Memory Bandwidth (GB/sec)224
Feature Support:
Bus SupportPCI-E 3.0
Certified for Windows 8Yes
Supported TechnologiesGPU Boost 2.0, 3D Vision, CUDA, DirectX 12, PhysX, TXAA, Adaptive VSync, FXAA, 3D Vision Surround, SLI-ready
SLI Options4-WAY
Display Support:
Multi Monitor4 displays
Maximum Digital Resolution4096×2160
Maximum VGA Resolution2048×1536
Standard Display ConnectorsDual Link DVI x1, HDMI x1, DisplayPort 1.2 x3
Audio Input for HDMIInternal
Standard Graphics Card Dimensions:
Length12.1 Inches (308mm)
Height5.1 Inches (129.1mm)
Width1.9 Inches (49mm)
Power Specs:
Maximum Graphics Card Power (W)165W
Minimum System Power Requirement (W)500W
Supplementary Power ConnectorsTwo 8-pin

Of course their are some specific details that every company wants to get out that makes their card better than the competition. I have listed Galax’s key features below. While everything on here makes the card better than reference (and plenty of other non reference models) some of things that stuck out to me were the highest factory overclock of a GTX 970, the ‘redesigned from the ground up for GM204’ extended PCB with its robust IR power delivery area, the neat heatsink cover with the HOF LED (adjustable b frequency and intensity), Hyper Boost technology (a button on the I/O area) that increases fan speeds and essentially throws out NVIDIA’s power limits so you can push your overclock to the real limit. And last, what good is not having a power limit on a card if you can only add a pittance (+37mv in this case in XT+ and MSI AB) of voltage? Enthusiasts developed a voltage application that allows you to push past that limit to really unlock a card’s true potential.

Read on below for more key features…

Key Features:

  • 1380 MHz factory overclock – the fastest of any GTX 970 currently sold
  • Completely redesigned PCB layout from the ground up, optimized for GM204
  • 10 layer manufacturing process in HOF signature pure white color
  • Extended PCB width for optimized layout and cleaner signal
  • New completely redesigned “Triple Force” cooler with 2x 80mm fan + 1x 90mm fan
  • 4x 8mm heat pipes + 3x 6mm heat pipes (total 7 nickel-plated heat pipes) on a Copper base
  • Integrated MOSFET heatsink
  • Customizable top HOF LED (control blanking frequency, brightness with GFE)
  • Heat resistant polycarbonate cover with premium die-cast aluminum accents
  • Anodized Aluminum Backplate protects components and reinforces PCB
  • Pure Digital PWM for precision control with superior accuracy
  • Next generation IR3595 Digital PWM controller provides 2X switching frequency vs. previous generation
  • IR3555 with next gen DrMOS and 60A output
  • 8 phase GPU + 2 phase memory power
  • Aerospace-grade GALAX Extreme Power Inductors provide ultra long life, long endurance and low noise vs. normal power inductors
  • Hyper Boost technology acts like a hardware turbocharger, increasing fan speed and maximum power delivered to the GPU with the push of a button
  • Voltage tool (developed by enthusiasts) allows voltage beyond stock limits
  • Hardware dual BIOS simplifies the tweaking process by enabling risk-free firmware updates and customization

Listed below are some items from Galax’s reviewers packet. It goes over the cards DNA being born for overclocking with its better than reference grade parts used, the sweet white 10 layer PCB used, the high quality IR parts driving the power bits, the Hyperboost technology essentially raising fan speeds and bypassing some limits/protections which can help you get the most from this card, and last its “triple force” cooling solution, helping to keep things quiet and cool.

icobornforocPremium Coiltronics high current copper power
Aerospace-grade GALAX Extreme Power
Inductors provide ultra-long life, long
endurance and low noise vs. normal power
Hardware dual BIOS simplifies the tweaking
process by enabling risk-free firmware
updates and customization
Voltage tool (developed by enthusiasts)
allows voltage beyond stock limits
icowhitepcbCompletely redesigned PCB layout
from the ground up and optimized
for GM204
10 layer manufacturing process in
HOF signature pure white color
Extended PCB width for optimized
layout and cleaner signal
icoir3555IR3595 Digital PWM has superior precision
and accuracy with the ability to predict
transient loads. This single chip is able to
control more of the VRM at any given time
and process all inputs simultaneously.

  • 2X switching frequency vs. previous generation
  • 8 + 2 phase power
  • IR3555 with next gen DrMOS and 60A output
icohyperboostHyper Boost technology acts like a hardware
turbocharger, increasing fan speed and
maximum power delivered to the GPU with the
push of a button.
icofan4x 8mm + 3x 6mm for a total of 7 heat pipes remove heat from the
GPU quickly and efficiently. Nickel plating resists corrosion
Full Copper Base maximizes heat transfer
Heat resistant polycarbonate cover with premium die-cast
aluminum accents
2x 80mm fans with 90mm center fan maintain high airflow with
as little noise as possible
Integrated MOSFET heatsink keeps critical power systems cool
Customizable top HOF LED lets users control blinking frequency
and brightness using GFE


Below is our gratuitous shot of GPUz confirming exactly what the Galax GTX970 HOF was setup to be! 4GB of GDDR5 running at 1753 MHz (7012 effective), the core’s base clock at 1228 Mhz with a minimum boost of 1380 MHz ending up at an actual 1430 MHz!

GPU-Z v8.0
GPU-Z v8.0

Photo Op – Meet the GALAX GTX 980 SOC

Retail Packaging

Below is your first look at the retail packaging. Like the 980 SOC I reviewed a few weeks ago, it’s a mostly white box/backround with your Assasin’s Creed looking hoodie wearing guy with no face gracing the front along with the new Galax name, as well as the model information. Flipping the box around to the back shows some high level features as well as what is included in the box. Next is the bottom which goes over system requirements and last is the side which shows the model and their cool HOF crown.

Retail Packaging - Front
Retail Packaging – Front






Below is a list and picture of the included accessories.

  • Quick Installation Guide
  • User Manual
  • 2x 8-pin PCI power converter
  • 1 x DVI to VGA


The Card

And there she is folks, the Galax GTX 980 HOF in all its black and especially white glory! Galax has come a long way from its past heatsink shroud looks consisting of very acute sharp edges shaping the whole thing. While this isn’t exactly lozenge smooth, it certainly doesn’t need to be. We can see a three fan configuration with two white 80mm fans on the edges with a single black 90mm fan in the middle. Through these fans we can see several heatpipes of varying sizes snaking through the heatsink fin array to help get the heat the GPU produces away from the Silicon.

Flipping the unit over we see a neat brushed aluminum backplate for protection and structural integrity. There are vents cut out in strategic places, behind the GPU and VRM area, as well as some holes punched towards the back of the card spelling out H.O.F. As far as the bottom, there isn’t too much to see there, but flipping it over to the top reveals the wording “Hall of Fame” that glows when powered on with a nice white LED. The light is controllable via software too!

Galax GTX 980 HOF - Front
Galax GTX 980 HOF – Front




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A Closer Look

Zooming in a bit on the card, we will start with the outputs. As you can see we have the Hyperboost button up top and on the left. To the right of it is the DL-DVI port (2560×1600 max res). And on the bottom row there is a total of x3 DisplayPorts and one HDMI port all supporting full 4K resolutions at 60Hz. Spinning the card around we can now see the two 8 pin PCIe power plugs required to power this high end GTX 970.

I/O = DL DVI, HDMI, x3 DisplayPorts (and Hyperboost button!)
I/O = DL DVI, HDMI, x3 DisplayPorts (and Hyperboost button!)

Power Required - x2 8 pin PCIe
Power Required – x2 8 pin PCIe

Taking the Triple Force Cooler off the PCB exposes the seven total heat pipes. Four of the nickel plated heat pipes are 8mm while three are 6mm and they snake through the base through the fin array allowing the heat to move away from the core. The two 80mm fans and one 90mm fan on the other side blow down through the heatsink onto the memory and vrm cooling. Through normal use (meaning leaving the fan on auto) this solution is very quiet. Pressing Hyperboost and cranking the fan brings them up to a low roar. Not quiet, but you would likely only use that option when benchmarking anyway and at that point, who cares about noise in the first place. Overall this cooler does a great job as you will see later in the review.

Triple Force Cooler exposed

End shot showing the heatpipes

Here is a shot of the pretty hot looking white PCB. The first shot still has the memory heatsink attached, while the second has it removed and the core cleaned up a bit. Towards the top and middle of the card you can see your first glimpse of the voltage read points and the Samsung based memory IC’s.

Card without GPU heatsink
Card without GPU heatsink

Card no heatsinks
Card no heatsinks

Below are some closer pictures of the robust 8+2 phase power delivery and its upgraded parts featuring some International Rectifier goodies among the other higher quality than reference parts Galax has wisely strapped on this beast.

8+2 Phase Power Delivery
8+2 Phase Power Delivery

Different Angle
Different Angle

GM204-200 Core
GM204-200 Core

Below are some shots of the IC’s used. As was noted throughout Galax used the better IR parts from the IR3595 controller, the 3555M 60A power stage, and the Samsung GDDR5 K4G41325FC.

International Rectifier - IR3595 8 channel PWM controller
International Rectifier – IR3595 8 channel PWM controller

International Rectifier - IR 3555M
International Rectifier – IR 3555M

Samsung GDDR5 - K4G41325FC
Samsung GDDR5 – K4G41325FC

Monitoring/Overclocking Software – Xtreme Tuner Plus

Below is Galax’s tool for monitoring and overclocking their GPUs Xtreme Tuner Plus (XT+ moving forward). Their latest version, supporting the 900 series of cards is shown below. Like most of these little applications, XT+ allows one to monitor clocks, fan speeds, voltage, and more. You can control the fan speeds, clocks, and voltage as well as save those changes to profiles. The program works as it should so no complaints there. My only, and ongoing issue is the amount of real estate it takes up on screen (its big!).

Xtreme Tuner Plus
Xtreme Tuner Plus

Performance and Benchmarks

Test System

  • Intel i7 4770K @ 4 GHz, 1.1 V
  • ASRock Z97 OC Formula
  • Kingston Hyper X Predator 2 x 4 GB 2666 MHz CL11 @ 1866 MHz 9-9-9-24
  • 240 GB OCZ Vertex 3 SSD
  • Seasonic 1000 W PSU
  • Galax GTX 970 HOF @ 1228 MHz core (1430 MHz actual boost) / 1753 MHz Memory, and Overclocked @ 1350 MHz (1553 MHz actual boost) / 1905 MHz memory
  • Windows 7 64 bit Operating System
  • NVIDIA 344.65 WHQL

Other cards used for comparison are as follows (links are to the OCF reviews).

Benchmarking Method/Settings

Note all testing below uses 1920×1080 screen resolution (settings also carry over to Surround/Eyefinity testing if applicable).

  • All Synthetic benchmarks were at their default settings
  • Unigine Heaven (HWbot) – Extreme setting
  • Crysis 3 – Very High settings with 8xMSAA/16xAF (2nd level when you procure and use the Crossbow to get across the level and kill the Helicopter)
  • Metro:LL – DX11, Very High, 16xAF, Motion Blur – Normal, SSAA Enabled, DX11 Tessellation – Very High, Advanced PhysX – Disabled, Scene D6
  • Battlefield 4 – Default Ultra setting (Tashgar level – ‘on rails’ car scene)
  • Bioshock: Infinite – Ultra DX11, DDOF (through Steam – option # 2, then option #1 assuming your are at 1080p)
  • Batman: Arkham Origin – 8xMSAA, Geometry Details/Dynamic Shadows/DOF/Ambient Occlusion: DX11 Advanced, Hardware PhysX: OFF, the rest On or High
  • Grid 2 – 8xMSAA, Ultra defaults + Soft Ambient Occlusion: ON
  • Final Fantasy XIV:ARR – Default Maximum setting
  • More detail is in our article: GPU Testing Procedures

Synthetic Benchmarks

On to the benchmarks! Starting off with the oldest in our suite, 3DMark Vantage. Here we see the 970 HOF score 42,161 out of the box beating the EVGA model as it should considering its higher clocked, but losing to the 780ti, matching a 290x Lightning, and a bit less than 5% behind the Galax 980 SOC.

Moving on to 3DMark 11, the 970 HOF pulled 15,068 and beat everything in the lineup except the 980 SOC which it fell around 7% behind as we would expect.

3DMark Vantage and 3DMark 11
3DMark Vantage and 3DMark 11

Getting into something a bit more modern with the latest 3DMark from Futuremark, Fire Strike, the 970 HOF scored 10,397 at stock speeds, barely losing to the 780Ti HOF and of course the 980.

Moving on to Unigine Heaven (Hwbot version) Extreme, the Galax 970 HOF scores 2990.25 and surprisngly falls behind every card in this benchmark. A curious result, likely driver related as I didn’t see any throttling throughout testing. That 780ti HOF is a trooper across the synthetics, isn’t it?!

3DMark (Fire Strike) and Unigine Heaven Extreme (Hwbot version)
3DMark (Fire Strike) and Unigine Heaven Extreme (Hwbot version)

Gaming Benchmarks

Moving on to games we start with “can it play Crysis 3“? And yes, it can. Coming in at 36.1 FPS average out of the box. This beats the EVGA 970, but then takes a back seat to the rest of the cards in the lineup by a few FPS (which really matter when FPS are in the 30 range).

Moving on to Metro: Last Light, the 970 managed a very playable 50.3 FPS essentially matching the EVGA 970, 5 PFS behind the 780Ti HOF, beating the 290x Lightning, and falls behind the 980 by 6 FPS.

Last but not least in this graph is still my favorite, Battlefield 4. Here the 970 HOF pounds through the Ultra settings averaging over 81 FPS, barely beating the EVGA 970, again losing to the 780Ti, beating the 290x Lightning, and falling behind the 980 SOC.

Crysis 3, Metro: LL, Battlefield 4
Crysis 3, Metro: LL, Battlefield 4

Continuing on to some of our less stressful but just as important games, we start with Bioshick: Infinite. Here the Galax 970 HOF manages to pull over 110 FPS again quicker than the EVGA 970, losing to the 780Ti, beating the 290x Lightning, and of course slower than its bigger brother the 980 SOC. Do you see a theme here?

Moving on to Batman: Arkham Origins, we are again eclipsing the 100 FPS mark with the Galax 970 averaging 104 FPS… can you guess the rest of the results?!

Last up on this graph is Grid 2. Here we are hitting 129 FPS. Outside of the 780Ti matching it this time, the rest remains the same.

Bioshock: Infinite, Batman: AO, Grid 2
Bioshock: Infinite, Batman: AO, Grid 2

In the Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, we see similar results as above with the Galax 970 HOF scoring 15,588 in this test. The rest falls right in line with previous results.

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn

NVIDIA Surround Testing

I got to hook this up to my 3 monitor station running at 5760X1080 and below you can see the results. The GPU killer games, Crysis 3 and Metro: LL, the FPS are not really playable at these settings hitting almost 15 FPS and a bit over 20 FPS respectively. In the other titles tested, Bioshoick, BF4, and Batman: AO, you can run this card alone with some high settings and get more than adequete FPS. There is a lot of power in this card.

NVIDIA Surround Performance
NVIDIA Surround Performance

Pushing the Limits

So the big question here at is where did I end up with this sample when I added voltage and pushed things? The Galax 970 HOF has the Hyperboost button that kicks the fans to 100% and disables some internal protections to allow one to get the most of the card. but to be honest, not much more than my 24/7 clocks. I wouldn’t call that a bad thing though. I ended up hitting 1585 MHz actual boost on the core and 1955 MHz on the ram. I could go higher on the ram but it would then tend to lower the core ceiling just a bit so I settled here. Below is a shot of Unigine Heaven Extreme using those clocks and MSI Afterburner to show the actual boost clocks were stable.

Galax and I both believe this card will really shine under water or LN2. For the LN2 side of things, I am keeping an eye out for a modded bios as the core clocks really didn’t scale much at all with voltage. I have a feeling that NVIDIA is getting in the way pushing much past the 1.21v we can get out of the card. If I can get my grubby little fingers on a proper bios for it, I plan on putting this thing on cold and seeing what she can do!! I also have a voltage tool I can share with any who grab this card to help really push things. Just message me!

So why am I not too disappointed in the lack of voltage scaling? Because I understand that I am a tenth of a 1% that cares about that stuff and I pushed pretty darn hard. Also, the 970’s reference clockspeed is 1051 MHz (boost clocks will vary), and this thing boosted over 500 MHz more with overclocking! Nearly a 33% clock increase over the base factory clockspeed.

Unigine Heaven Extreme run @ 1585MHz core actual boost and 1955MHz memory
Unigine Heaven Extreme run @ 1585MHz core actual boost and 1955MHz memory


Cooling and Power Consumption

As we learned throughout the review, Galax has their Triple Force cooler on the 970 HOF with its multiple heatpipes meandering through the fin array which is tasked with cooling the GPU and the VRM area. As was mentioned above, even when overclocking, the cooler is pretty quiet even when overclocked with the large 80mm(2) and 90mm(1) fan doing the work. With our testing I only managed to get the HOF up to 66C with the fan left at auto. Even at 66C it was barely audible on the open test bench. The fan didn’t ramp up too much in testing so there is a lot of cooling headroom left.


As far as power consumption goes we see the highest I hit was 320W at the wall. Adding voltage and more clocks to this that value would surely go up, but at the 24/7 overclock this is where I topped out. I’m still amazed at the difference in power consumption on NVIDIA’s new cards for the amount of performance they are churning out!

Power Consumption
Power Consumption


Well, now its time to wrap things up here and put a stamp on the card, right? Overall Galax has done another tremendous job on their HOF line of cards (have to assume the 980 HOF is just as much of a beast right?). I have to admit, the look of the white PCB Galax uses has really grown on me and they have moved away from their earlier designs on the heatsink shroud that seemed to be a love or hate type of relationship and are continuously making it look better. The 970 HOF is no exception here. Smoother lines, the white and smoke colored fans, the pulsing LED “Hall of Fame” on the cooler, and the brushed backplate round out the package and really appeal to me.

The 970 HOF we have in hand overclocked to the moon hitting 1585 Mhz core on stock voltage! The ‘daily driving’ clocks settled at 1553 MHz. Quite an increase over reference and even over its high starting clockspeed of 1228 MHz (without boost). Performance wise, you currently have the highest factory overclocked GTX 970 sitting right here.

The Triple Force cooler used does a great job at keeping things cool as well as quiet for normal or overclocked operations. If you are into benchmarking or pushing cards to the limit, using the Hyperboost button instantly puts the fans up to 100% and skirts around some power limits to help reach the highest clocks possible.

Like most things in life, not everything is perfect. There is occasional coil whine on this sample (easily drowned out by most anything really) but that seems to be an issue with a lot of 970’s, reference or not. I also would have liked to have seen the card respond better to additional voltage when overclocking. Frankly it didn’t at all. And for a card of this caliber, I would have liked to have seen something on that front that isn’t neutered by NVIDIA’s limits. I have to imagine there will be a modified BIOS out that will let this thing show off soon enough though.

One thing we haven’t talked about is price. I always leave that for last anyway, right? Galax is selling this card on their website for $479.99. I took a trip over to Newegg to see what the rest of the cards looked like and found prices ranging from $329.99 to $399.99. That puts this card a full $80 above the most expensive GTX 970 (sold by Newegg) out there. Ouch! Keep in mind you are getting the highest factory clocked 970 for this price, robust internals, something specially made for extreme overclocking and its performance creeps right up there to a 980 which is priced quite a bit higher. I still would like to see this card much closer to $400 though.

Overall, Galax put out a monster GTX 970 in their HOF version. It cools well while being quiet and having plenty of headroom. Custom made 10 layer white PCB with higher quality parts all around, and this sample overclocked pretty darn well. The price leaves something to be desired, but the card itself is really a gem in the GTX 970 landscape. This product is approved!

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– Joe Shields (Earthdog)

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Thanks for taking the time

looks to have potential to be one of the top 970's

It really is amazing they went out of their way on a second tier card.

:thup: for the guys over at Galaxy

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Gulper Nozzle Co-Owner

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It really is a beast, and would only get better under cold and with a modded bios (im keeping my eyes peeled). Out of the box though, stock voltage and 1585 MHz was pretty impressive!

I also have the voltage tool that works for this card, so if anyone needs it, please PM me. :)

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Did you try to get an alternate BIOS form Galaxy ?

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Man that is a sexy card.

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Mr. Clean Senior Member

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Man that is a sexy card.


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annnnnnd it's gone

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Great review Ed, now we just need for DiamondCooling to bring out a waterblock, and not be out of stock forever. I could really consider 2 of these badboys.

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New Member

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Hi guys I'm new here, I like what I see on this gtx 970 HOF but at $479 that is really step. I am wondering about the other Galax card GTX 970 SOC (3 fans like hof) priced at $379, I have been going around the internet for review/benchmarks and found none. Does anyone have bought this card. How is it? I am in the market for another gtx 970 . I currently have strix 970 on my other computer.

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Gulper Nozzle Co-Owner

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I reviewed the 908 SOC with I believe the same cooler on it. It performed quite well while still being quiet with the fan on auto. There is no reason to shy away from it that I can tell.

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voltage scaling

thx for your review
would you care to talk about more detail about the voltage scaling of GTX 970 HOF?
From what you said, is that mean GTX 970 HOF have a voltage limit which the user cannot adjust the voltage to be higher than the stock voltage or can only add a pittance of voltage?

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gtx 970 hof help

hello Eartdog . I managed to hit the 12303 points in basic firestrike with a score of 14685 in the graphics score with my 970 HOF . without passing the 40 degrees. used the afterburner with core voltage in 37. you think I can give some indications to climb some more.

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