Gigabyte Reveals GeForce RTX 4060 Low Profile GPU Featuring Three Fans And OC

GPU enthusiasts are familiar with compact GPUs equipped with either one or two fans. However, Gigabyte has recently introduced a groundbreaking design that incorporates three fans. This distinct graphics card is built upon NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4060 SKU, positioned at the lower echelon of performance within the lineup.

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The GeForce RTX 4060 model utilizing the AD107 architecture showcases impressively minimal power demands, remaining below 115W in its default configuration. Although this exceeds the power supply capacity of the PCIe slot alone, the card is outfitted with an 8-pin power connector, akin to other available RTX 4060 variants.

Nevertheless, the commonalities cease there. Officially designated as the “RTX 4060 OC Low Profile 8G (GV-N4060OC-8GL),” this Gigabyte graphics card boasts an exceptionally slender form factor, with a mere height of 69 mm. Additionally, it touts compact dimensions of 40 mm in thickness and 182 mm in length, positioning it as one of the most diminutive RTX 40 series cards currently accessible.

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The distinctiveness of this GPU doesn’t conclude there. The variant arrives with a pre-applied overclock, boosting its clock speed to 2475 MHz, a mere 15 MHz over the official specifications. Moreover, catering to those in search of an adept GPU for expansive display connectivity or home theater PCs, Gigabyte has introduced a customized display setup. The graphics card is outfitted with a pair of stacked DisplayPort 1.4a ports and two HDMI 2.1a ports, enabling users to substitute the I/O bracket to conform to half-height requirements, further enhancing the card’s rarity within the GeForce RTX series.

Undoubtedly, this will emerge as an exceptionally captivating card within this generation, fulfilling the anticipation of numerous enthusiasts. While Gigabyte has not yet verified the card’s pricing or release date, there are indications that it might become accessible later this month.

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Via Gigabyte