Monday, December 19th 2016

Zotac Unveils the GeForce GTX 1070 Mini Graphics Card

Zotac today unveiled its shorter-length GeForce GTX 1070 Mini graphics card (model: ZT-P10700G-10M). While this may not be the SFF-friendly 15 cm-ish card such as this one, it features a more compact PCB, and its overall length is 21 cm, down from the 30 cm of the dual-fan AMP! GTX 1070 card from the company. The card uses a new custom-design PCB that's about 17 cm in length, strapped onto a cooling solution longer than itself. This dual fan cooler is the same one featured on the company's GTX 1060 AMP! graphics card.

The cooling solution features a dense aluminium fin stack, to which heat drawn from the GPU is fed by a pair of 8 mm-thick copper heat pipes, which make direct contact with it; and which is ventilated by a pair of 80 mm fans. Unlike the other GTX 1070 cards from Zotac's lineup, this one draws power from a single 8-pin PCIe power connector. It sticks to NVIDIA-reference clock speeds of 1518 MHz core, 1708 MHz GPU Boost, and 8.00 GHz (GDDR5-effective) memory. Display outputs include three DisplayPort 1.4, and one each of HDMI 2.0b and dual-link DVI. This card is expected to be priced at $389.
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10 Comments on Zotac Unveils the GeForce GTX 1070 Mini Graphics Card

#1
natr0n
Some horrible renders look at the 3rd one. The screw holes lead into another dimension.
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#2
Harry Palms
I agree! Horrible renderings of the card. The screw holes lead to North Korea btw. I just bought this card about a week before this post. Arrives today. Its been out here in Europe for a little while. Cant wait to test it out.
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#3
silentbogo
I thought it was gonna be an ITX version, just like the one Gigabyte has...
But still, it's only ~210mm in length, so it'll fit most ITX cases (including mine!!!)
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#4
huguberhart
silentbogo said:
I thought it was gonna be an ITX version, just like the one Gigabyte has...
But still, it's only ~210mm in length, so it'll fit most ITX cases (including mine!!!)
That's a baby tower ready card.
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#5
Ubersonic
Wonder if this will be compatible with the 670/760/970 water blocks.
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#6
Assimilator
Harry Palms said:
I agree! Horrible renderings of the card. The screw holes lead to North Korea btw. I just bought this card about a week before this post. Arrives today. Its been out here in Europe for a little while. Cant wait to test it out.
Does it have screw holes like in the 3rd picture? :p

Seriously though, it's good to see that manufacturers are finally waking up to the fact that Pascal doesn't need stupidly huge coolers like Maxwell 2 and the Radeons. Small is beautiful.
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#7
champsilva
Bonesaw 3D.

Look at this PCB, the 8 pin was crop to 6-pin, but the card still a 8-pin card hahaha
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#8
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Stupid wide pcb is herder to fit than the length in most cases
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#9
puma99dk|
the render drawings here doesn't look good, but i hope it would be better in real life and if it's quiet and performs like MSI's Gaming X version I might make the switch to get a smaller card for my case :rolleyes:
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#10
gdallsk
11/10 for those PCB renders.
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