Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 19 Feb 2020.
Over maximum slot height, double-slot cooler, and the card is longer than an FE card.
Well done Asus, good job, you've made your 'mini' card larger than stock! AND dropped a DP output for absolutely no good reason!
Maybe I'm blind but I see 9 inches for the length of the Nvidia one:
That being said, Asus actually makes a shorter 2060 than the Mini, the Phoenix is 7 inches:
Ah, I'd been converting to mm and fudged something somewhere for the length. The rest of the dimensions re still pretty poor though, and as you say there are shorter cards available already.
bud the question is... do we really need of so many small GPU cards?... people usually think as biggest as possible...
We need small cards, but these aren't that.
Small cards would be bus-powered half-height-half-length cards, or single-slot cards (either stock WC without needing to physically cut off a DVI port from the back panel, or single-slot air like the Galax Katana cards), or half-length cards that do not go overheght or occupy "two-and-a-half" slots etc.
Is this even any smaller than the 2060 KO?
Inches - really?
We're taking our country back and with it our own measuring units!
Ha yeah, our own Roman based units.
Ummm - it was an Englishman that invented the metric system, so...
That'd be perfect then, everybody's happy
how old do you think it will still take? ahaha
small is not how i'll call it lol
they could be very useful for small form factor cases and itx build, but that one is not so small lol
why can't everyone use cm is much easier
mm or bust! cm are a bizarre cludge that breaks the 10^3 separation standard for all other units. Nobody uses hectolitres or centivolts!
Always better than inches!
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