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ASUS GTX 960 Mini

ASUS GTX 960 Mini

ASUS GTX 960 Mini

ASUS announce their GTX 960 Mini GPU

 

ASUS has just announced their GTX 960 Mini, a combination of ASUS' Mini-ITX friendly cooling and board design with Nvidia's latest GPU design. This GPU looks almost identical to their previous GTX 670 and GTX 760 Mini GPUs, but this time ASUS will be using Nvidia's latest Maxwell architecture instead of Kepler.

The full length of this GPU is just 17cm long, making this GPU shorter than most motherboards and very suitable for Mini ITX Systems or other compact PC cases. This GPU features a dense aluminium heatsink, complete with several heatpipes and cooled by ASUS' "CoolTech" fan.
  

ASUS GTX 960 Mini  ASUS GTX 960 Mini  

 

The GPU is factory overclocked with a 1190MHz base clock and a boost clock of 1253MHz, with the 2GB of GDDR5 memory at it's stock clock of 7.00GHz. I imagine overclocking will be a little limited due to the GPUs cooling potential and the compact nature of the systems it will  likely be used in, at least compared to ASUS's other models with larger coolers and more beefy power circuitry.

This GPU will be powered by a single 6-pin power connector, which is unsurprising given the known power efficiency of Nvidia's Maxwell architecture. 

 

ASUS GTX 960 Mini  ASUS GTX 960 Mini  

 

This GPU comes complete with a full cover GPU backplate and has variety of display outputs, including; a single Dual Link DVI connector, an HDMI 2.0 connector and 3 Display Port 1.2 connectors.

ASUS have not yet revealed the pricing or availability of this GPU.

 

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16-02-2015, 08:39:16

Chrazey
Ohhh... this will fit nicely inside the Cooler Master Elite 110 Quote

16-02-2015, 09:43:25

Wraith
This is adorable! I think I know which card/s I'm having next low power SLI maybe, how cute would 2 of these be.Quote

16-02-2015, 10:06:10

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by Wraithguard View Post
This is adorable! I think I know which card/s I'm having next low power SLI maybe, how cute would 2 of these be.
Haha like little chiuauas inside the PC

Btw, in the article... is this a bad thing?

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This GPU will be powered by a single 6-pin power connector, which is unsurprising given the known power efficiency of Nvidia's Maxwell architecture.
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16-02-2015, 10:08:49

barnsley
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Originally Posted by Wraithguard View Post
This is adorable! I think I know which card/s I'm having next low power SLI maybe, how cute would 2 of these be.
not enough Vram IMO. You'd have a unique rig if you had SLI mini cards though.

Each to their own Quote

16-02-2015, 10:32:21

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by barnsley View Post
not enough Vram IMO. You'd have a unique rig if you had SLI mini cards though.

Each to their own
How much Vram do they have?...Quote
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