ASUS GTX670 Mini
Asus just release their “Mini-Size GPU”, a GTX 670 sized (17cm) PCB, featuring a new version of DirectCU with copper base vapor-chamber inside the in the main heatsink. It appears to be a combination of an aluminum base plate covering the memory chip and VRM. The Mini DirectCU used CoolTech fan blowing wider angle airflow in multi-direction also improving more airflow and cooler than traditional fan.
This particular model suits users that requires a smaller card that fits into their Small form factor PCs.
Our reader did a quick review with lots of pictures of the product with benchmarks over at this link.
Model: Asus GTX670-DCMOC-2GD5
Graphics Engine: NVIDIA GeForce GTX670
Bus Standard: PCI-Express 3.0
Video Memory: 2GB GDDR5
GPU boost clock: 1006mhz
GPU base clock: 928mhz
CUDA cores: 1344
Memory clock: 6008mhz [1502 mhz GDDR5]
Memory interface: 256 bits
Dimension: 6.7″ x 4.8″ x 1.6″
One thought on “User review of ASUS GTX 670 Mini”
Very interesting small card 🙂 I like the heatsink design, let’s see how good the Taiwan polymer caps are in the long run.
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