The NOAA Land/Ocean index rose from 1.05°C in jan to 1.21°C in Feb, relative to 20th Cen average. Their report is here. At 0.16, this is a slightly smaller rise than GISS or TempLS, which both rose a little over 0.2°C. The total effect is smaller again, in that the NOAA global dropped from Dec to Jan. Still, it was easily the hottest month in the record. Again, I think the reason why NOAA is showing a little less rise is because it under-represents the Arctic, which was very warm.
As with GISS, I'll show the updated comparison with 1997/8. Again, it tracks closely, even with the dip in Jan and the peak in Feb. GISS was tracking in the range 0.4-0.5°C above 1997/8; NOAA is around 0.4. Both GISS and NOAA show a drop in March, back to about January levels. This seems less likely this time; with about half the month gone, the NCEP/NCAR index is still above Feb, although the early hot spell has subsided. Of course, much could still happen. Here is the plot:
I gave a collection of these plots that you can flick through here. I have updated it.