Lately Galaxy has exposed a PCB, judged from the graphics core, the graphics card is supposed to be a GeForce GTX 580. The most striking character of PCB is that it packs IDT VMM1403 display output chip, as well as 0.3ns GDDR5 memory.
The graphics card features black PCB, with up to 6 phase core power supply. At the back of PCB, there are 13 tantalum capacitors. In addition, it labels "Hall of Fame" in the PCB, so the card is most likely to belong to a member of Galaxy Hall of Fame series.
Moreover, the exposed card employs GF110-375-A1 core, 12 Samsung K4G20325FD FC03 memory, forming the memory specs of 384-bit 3072MB GDDR5. The memory clock period is only 0.3ns with theoretical running frequency of 6000MHz, featuring better overclocking ability than 0.4ns GDDR5 memory which is commonly used in high-end graphics card. According to Galaxy, the card is the first one to pack 0.3ns GDDR5 memory.
However, the new card packs IDT VMM1403 chip supporting quad-display output, and therefore, it may belong to Galaxy NDT (Multi Display Technology) X4 series. Galaxy Hall of Fame or Galaxy NDT X4? We just have to wait for Galaxy to tell us.