The OC friendly GTX 460 from Galaxy that we reported a few months back, ended-up on the market called the GTX 460 HOF (Hall of Fame). The card comes with a milky white PCB and it has an 6+2 phase power circuitry, the six main phases are controlled by a Volterra VT1185M master and VT1157SF slave chips, while the remaining two phases power the 1GB of 0.4ns GDDR5 Samsung memory onboard. On the back of the PCB there are four NEC proadlizer chips to reduce electrical noise, and by thus improving overclocking capabilities. To make sure that power wont be capping the OC headroom the card has one 8-pin and one 6-pin power connector. The power circuitry is has it’s own heatsink, while the job of keeping the GPU cool is the job of a dual-slot heatsink with four 6mm heatpipes and the airflow is provided by one 82mm fan. To sweeten the deal even more the card comes factory overclocked to the respectable clocks of 850/1700/4000MHz (GPU/CUDA Cores/Memory), it’s quite a nice bump over the reference clocks of 675/1350/3800MHz. On the connectivity front we get one dual-link DVI, one HDMI and one DisplayPort.