KF2A announce their GTX 1080 Ti HOF "8-Pack" Edition GPU

KF2A announce their GTX 1080 Ti HOF

KF2A announce their GTX 1080 Ti HOF

KF2A announce their GTX 1080 Ti HOF "8-Pack" Edition GPU

KF2A announce their GTX 1080 Ti HOF "8-Pack" Edition GPU, which comes with the highest stock clock speeds that we have ever seen on a GTX 1080 Ti.  
The GTX 1080 Ti Hall of Fame will come in two versions, as 8-Pack Approved" version and an "8-Pack Edition", with the later coming with higher clock speeds and a higher price of £950. The lower-end 8-Pack Approved Edition comes with a price of £859.99, though it comes with clock speeds that already beat some elite GTX 1080 Ti models like the ASUS GTX 1080 Ti Strix OC. 

Below are the full specifications of the GTX 1080 Ti HOF, showing the Hall of Fame's impressive factory overclocks.   


 GTX 1080 Ti Founders EditionGTX 1080 Ti HOF "8-Pack Approved"GTX 1080 Ti HOF "8-Pack Edition" 
GPU ArchitecturePascalPascalPascal 
Process node16nm16nm16nm
SM Units565656
Cores per SM646464
CUDA Core Count358435843585
Memory Clock11008MHz11010MHz11400MHz
VRAM Cappacity11GB11GB 11GB
Memory Bus Size352-bit352-bit 352-bit
Memory Bandwidth484 GB/s484 GB/s 484 GB/s
Base clock speed1480MHz1607MHz 1645MHz
Boost clock speed1582MHz1721MHz 1759MHz
Power Connection

1x 8-pin 1x 6-pin

3x 8-pin 3x 8-pin
PCI Express PCIe 3.0PCIe 3.0 PCIe 3.0


KF2A announce their GTX 1080 Ti HOF


Both of these new GTX 1080 Ti models are currently available to pre-order at Overclockers UK, with KFA2 also releasing a smaller GTX 1080 Ti with a dual fan cooler design. 

KF2A announce their GTX 1080 Ti HOF


You can join the discussion on KFA2's GTX 1080 Ti HOF "8-Pack Edition" GPUs on the OC3D Forums.


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Most Recent Comments

28-04-2017, 15:08:09


28-04-2017, 15:10:28

Has it actually got an extra CUDA core or is that a typo?Quote

28-04-2017, 16:48:38

Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
No such thing...Quote

28-04-2017, 18:24:18

Two typos in here I'm pretty sure. I doubt the newer 1080Ti has an extra CUDA core.

Also, at a clock rate of 11,400 MHz the memory bandwith should be 501.6 GB/s on the 8-Pack Edition.

They're also not available in the US store yet, I hope to see them there soon.Quote

29-04-2017, 07:24:44

Having seen this from lots of different angles I am actually convinced that I really like it. It looks a lot classier than I thought it did originally and the display is inspired. Mind you, it does all come at a pretty considerable cost.Quote

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