Just like Asus has done earlier, Galaxy is rolling out a GTX 760 Mini. The graphics card is based on the standard GTX 760, but it has a shorter design at just 19.3 cm in length.
The card is factory overclocked and features a standard clock speed of 1019 MHz, along with a GPU Boost frequency of 1084 MHz. Alongside this, the card features the standard 2 GB of GDDR5 memory, which runs over a 256-bit wide memory interface at the standard reference frequency of 6.0 GHz. The card is powered by two six-pin PCIe power connectors.
The cooler is fairly simple. It is an open-style, dual-fan cooler with three 8 mm thick heatpipes and a dense aluminum fin stack.
At the time of writing, there was no word yet on availability or pricing, though we should expect a small premium over reference GTX 760 cards.
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Well this is much better than having a foot-long in my chassis.Reply
I'd much rather see some of these powerful cards made in low-profile versions.Reply
Looks good! But 2GB is too low, I mean the beta for BF4 is 3gb of VRAM!!!! I know it will be less the more it is optimized before release, but still..........Reply
Won't fit into some itx cases like the LianLi or some will need its hdd cages removed.Reply
ITX is 6.7" x 6.7"
Asus GTX 670 mini is 6.75" (17cm) in length
EVGA GTX 650Ti @ 6"
This is 19.3cm (7.5in), still too long to be a mini
Sorry not exactly small enough to be call mini. they need to be shorter like the GTX670 PCB.Reply