GALAX reveals GeForce RTX 30 Work The Frames (WTF) Series

Published: 15th Nov 2020, 11:57 GMT   Comments

GALAX is continuing its innovative product reveal with its virtual online expo.

GALAX RTX 30 WTF Series

The manufacturer recently revealed its upcoming HOF graphics cards prototype design, the ultra-premium series from GALAX kept in a white color scheme with an online virtual expo. The expo uses web browser with WebVR technology.

Today GALAX revealed through its virtual expo another GeForce RTX 30 series codenamed Work The Frames, or easier to remember WTF. It is unclear which NVIDIA SKU the graphics card 3D model represents. because is is visibly simplified version which does not feature NVLink or power connectors. However, it is safe to assume that this is a TU102-based graphics card.

GALAX RTX 30 WTF series will have a black cooler shroud with translucent fans. These cards have always been about RGB lighting (if you do not like RGB you can always disable it or look at countless other designs from GALAX or other AIBs which lack RGB). The WTF RTX 30 series will feature three fans and a cooler which is about 2.2-slot thick. We can also see some mesh around the heatsink and even RGB lights at the card’s rear and backplate.

In order to see the graphics card by yourself, head on to the virtual showroom where it says “30 SERIES WTF PROTOTYPE”.

GALAX GeForce RTX 30 Work The Frame Prototype

Source: GALAX Virtual Online EXPO




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