Making a high-performance graphics card is easy these days, just take a large PCB, stick a huge heat sink on it, and a bunch of fans, and overclock the heck out of it. There’s only one problem, that graphics card is going to be pretty big, and not much use to those eager to build a compact mini-ITX gaming system. With the introduction of the latest Pascal architecture, the latest Nvidia cards are not only faster but also more efficient than ever before. Lower power requirements mean less heat, which also means it’s easier to cool. This has allowed GIGABYTE to create a GTX 1060 in a tiny form factor with the GTX 1060 Mini ITX OC!
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