Galaxy Reveal Their GTX 760 Mini OC Graphics Card
Ryan Martin / 4 years ago
Currently if you are looking for an Nvidia graphics card with top level performance but with an ultra-small form factor then the ASUS GTX 670 Direct CU Mini is probably your best option, but if you’re looking for something from Nvidia’s GTX 700 series that is the absolute latest product then you’ll of been pretty short on options until now. Galaxy have revealed their GTX 760 Mini (GF PGTX760-OC/2GD5 MINI) which has a shortened GK104 PCB measuring in at just 19.3cm. The cooling solution uses a pair of 70mm fans ventilating a dense aluminium heatsink and three 8mm copper heat pipes – more than enough to cool the GTX 760 GPU effectively.
The card actually comes with a factory overclock at 1019MHz up from 980MHz reference and of course GPU Boost 2.0 will ensure this can go higher. The GPU Boost clock speed is 1084MHz vs 1033MHz reference while the memory sticks to the reference 6008MHz effective across 2GB of GDDR5. Pricing is yet to be revealed but you can expect it to be at a slight premium over a normal GTX 760. Galaxy’s GTX 760 mini stands alone as one of the only compact high performance graphics card of Nvidia’s GTX 700 series but we do know that ASUS are working on a successor to the ASUS GTX 670 Direct CU Mini graphics card which will also probably use the GTX 760 GPU.
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