Earlier this month we had our first real look at ASUS’s GeForce GTX 670 DirectCU Mini. Those shots were directly from ASUS and were of the card installed so all we could really see was the top of the card and the side. Now we have the first press shot of the 17cm long graphics card that is perfect for that mini PC build as it is the same length as a Mini-ITX motherboard. The card features a pretty attractive shroud with an red and white ASUS logo.
The cooler on the GPU seems to have a copper base with aluminum fins and a pretty interesting looking fan. The cooling system also will cover the VRM and memory chips. The core clock is said to be 26MHz higher than the reference GTX 670’s 915MHz so it will have a 941MHz base clock and 1006MHz boost clock. The memory still stays the same at 6GHz. As far as connections you will have dual DVI, HDMU and DisplayPort.
Sales of the card will start in April and by then we should know the price.