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Small form factor PCs based on mini ITX motherboards are a popular choice for gamers and home users. Their compact cases are much easier to transport to LAN parties than a standard desktop PC, and stylish designs with comparatively low power requirements make them a natural choice for home theater PCs. The ASUS GeForce® GTX 670 DirectCU Mini is designed to maximize the potential offered by mini ITX motherboards by delivering high performance graphics. It uses an innovative DirectCU thermal design that combines a heat-spreading vapor chamber and the CoolTech Fan, which uses wide-angle airflow and venting to cool critical graphics card components.
DirectCU Mini measures just 17cm in length-making it the perfect choice for compact gaming PCs.
Small size but big in power. Proprietary DirectCU Mini features a custom PCB and VRM design featuring Direct Power technology. This provides high quality and reliable power delivery to the GPU, whether for gaming or overclocking. In addition, superior efficiency reduces PCB temperatures by up to 15%.
Small in size but big on power! Proprietary DirectCU Mini features a custom PCB and VRM design featuring Direct Power technology. This provides high quality and reliable power delivery to the GPU, whether for gaming or overclocking. In addition, superior efficiency reduces PCB temperatures by up to 15%.
1006MHz Boost clock provides better performance and outstanding gaming experience.
Real-time intuitive graphics tuning
On-board memory for the best gaming experience & the best resolution.
What's in the Box
Pros: Cool running, quiet, and capable of running current games. I'm playing BF4 on ultra with this card. Super easy install.
Cons: None, zero, zip, nada.
Other Thoughts: Don't go showing it off to your friends, bragging about how short it is and stuff. They will laugh at you.... hard.
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Died after a month and a half
Pros: Easy to install and setup
Cons: Doesn't display DOS?? how is that even possible
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So far so good
Pros: The size factor, which is probably the most important feature of this card, is great. It runs quietly and there's plenty of power to boot. If you're going for a small-form-factor build, you should consider this card.
Cons: The price could be a little lower, plus I was disappointed that Newegg doesn't seem to be offering a copy of Metro: Last Light with this card, which it's doing for all of it's other NVidia cards above GTX 660. But in terms of the card and its performance, I have no complaints so far.
Other Thoughts: As I find to be the case with most graphics cards, the included drivers aren't up-to-date. Make sure you visit NVIDIA's site and download them. I had a component failure error the other day, and I'm fairly certain it was due to the drivers, because the card is running around 55-60 C while gaming, which is pretty much the most punishment I've put it through so far.
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It's a 670
Pros: Definitely faster than my 660Ti is. The 256 Bit memory bus makes a whole lot of difference.
Cons: Aside from what I said above, nothing. Tech sites do tend to review this and say it draws 5W less on idle and something like 20+ more watts under load. Also, its supposedly a smidge slower than a stock 670
Other Thoughts: I had debated about sending this back. However, after figuring shipping and restock fees I decided to hang onto it. I suppose I should have paid closer attention to the actual height of the card.
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Cooler Design Fail
Pros: It's a GTX 670 in shorter length.
Cons: Complete design FAIL. Cooler frame protrude a quarter of an inch past the PCI bracket. Not a problem for regular cases but ITX cases will need to be double-checked.
Other Thoughts: Great idea, bad delivery. From ASUS too, so disappoint. :(
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I already Own one
Pros: It's a GTX 670. It's relatively short, runs cool and does not make much noise at all.
Cons: It's being marketed as being the card to purchase for ITX builds... Here's the issue I have: It doesn't fit into 2 MATX cases because the thing is too tall. Extending about a quarter inch above the card bracket it, actually, sticks out of both of the HTPC cases I own (which are Micro ATX...). One is an NMedia case and the other is a DIY HTPC case )both are desktop type chassis.
Other Thoughts: Comes with ASUS GPU OC tools, it looks really slick and Newegg actually made this unavailable after they had already sent me one... Because it's now not available until 5-20-2013. I had been looking for it, saw it pop on Newegg's page and ordered it immediately. Before anyone realized they were not to be sold yet!
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