Asus Unveils the GeForce GTX 760 Direct CU Mini 2 GB

Asus has launched the GTX 760 DirectCU Mini 2 GB which features reference clock speeds of 980 / 1033 MHz and has the identical design and construction as the GTX 670 DirectCU Mini that was launched in April.

The graphics card features a 170 mm full-height PCB with a 5-phase VRM that draws power from a single 8-pin PCIe connector, a vapor-chamber plate with a donut-shaped aluminum fin array that is "ventilated by a unique fan that combines top and lateral flow blades into a single impeller."

The Asus GTX 760 DirectCU Mini 2 GB will initially be launched in the U.S. market at a retail price of $299, a $50 increase over the standard GTX 760.

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  • ingtar33
    cute. of course this is an enthusiest website so i gotta ask. how does it overclock?
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  • whiteodian
    Cute little bugger. Yay, they finally moved the x60 from 192 to 256-bit.
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  • merikafyeah
    Anonymous said:
    Cute little bugger. Yay, they finally moved the x60 from 192 to 256-bit.


    What do you mean "finally"?

    - The GTX 460 and 460 SE had 256-bit width. (Not the v2 or 768MB versions)
    - The GTX 560 had 256-bit width. (Not the SE version)
    - The GTX 560 Ti had 256-bit width. (The 448 cores limited edition had 320-bit width.)
    - The GTX 260 had 448-bit width. (Crazy right?)

    It seems the only x60 generation that didn't have 256-bit standard was the 660 and 660 Ti.
    What's up with that Nvidia?
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