It's a shame the this sexy PCB has to be covered with a heatsink
Under normal circumstances, you'll never see the majority of your video card's PCB (printed circuit board), and that's too bad when it comes to Galaxy's GeForce GTX 780 Ti HOF (Hall of Fame) V20. This recently unveiled card sports a large white PCB, but not only are its looks unique, the card's performance is top notch, especially if you're willing to go the extra mile with some LN2 cooling.
Overclocker "Mad Tse" did just that and promptly set a 3DMark world record for the single GPU category in Fire Strike Extreme, Galaxy announced on its Facebook page. His score of 8,479 was just enough to leapfrog into first place, which was also aided by an Asus Rampage IV Black Edition motherboard and Intel Core i7 4930K processor.
A for the graphics card, wccftech.com says the PCB features a 16-phase core, 2-phase memory, and 3-phase PLL. It uses high-end components throughout, while the memory is equipped with its own heatspreader. Not for the faint of PSU, this monster card requires dual 8-pin PCI-E connectors and a single 6-pin PCI-E connector.