Galaxy ‘Mini Series’ ITX Form Factor GTX 760, GTX 750 and GTX 750 Ti Spotted in the Wild
Galaxy Microsystems announced new editions to its range of cards. The variants announced are Galaxy GTX 760 Mini, Galaxy GTI GTX 750 Ti Mini and Galaxy GTX 750 Mini. Pictures are courtesy of ChinaDIY.com
Galaxy Releases Mini Series ITX Form Factor GTX 760, GTX 750 and GTX 750 Ti
The three models of the cards are to support the ITX platform, known for its low power and small size. The GTX 760 Mini has a 28 nm GK104 core and 1152 stream processors. It comes with 2GB of GDDR5 RAM, capable of achieving speeds of up to 6008MHz. In terms of frequencies, its basic frequency is 1019 MHz with capabilities of acceleration up to 1084 MHz. Both of the values are higher than the reference model manufactured by Nvidia, which has basic value of 980 MHz and boost value of 1033 MHz. The card has a cooling system consisting of a copper heating pipe which is 3.8mm thick and two 70 mm fans. The auxiliary power connector is a 6+6 pin with a HDMI port. This allows for multi screen display.
The GTX 750 Mini on the other hand features a Maxwell core and and 512 stream processors. It clocks at a base frequency of 1072 MHz with acceleration possible up to 1150 MHz. RAM storage is 1 GB for this Model. The 750 Mini is a small card, only 6.9cm in length, which is less than half of the 760 Mini, which is 17.8 cm long.
The GTX 750Ti Mini has 640 built in stream processors with a 128-bit memory interface. It clocks at a base frequency of 1072 MHz and a boost frequency of 1150 MHz. Both of these values, just as in the 750 Mini, follow the value of the reference model. RAM size is 2 GB of GDDR5. The 750Ti mini uses a 5cm single radiator fan and has three display outputs. HTPC graphics resolution is 4096*2160 and maximum VGA VGA support is 2500*1600. The three display output ports are a VGA port, a HDMI port and a DVI port.