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RTX 3060 Phoenix: Asus announces a compact card with a fan!

RTX 3060 Phoenix: Asus announces a compact card with a fan!

This morning we learn that Asus announced a new graphics card. The card in question is the RTX 3060 Phoenix. Contrary to the current trend, this model will not be a real cinder block. Indeed, it is a compact model with a single fan!

RTX 3060 Phoenix: a 17.7 cm long card!

Asus RTX 3060 Phoenix

As we said, with this model, Asus offers us an ultra compact reference. In terms of size, we have a card with a very limited depth of 17.7 cm. However, in terms of thickness, we have a model of 2.5 slot depending on the case (ITX mainly), this can be problematic.

In terms of cooling, of course, the card is simple with a single AxialTech mill. The latter blows on an aluminum radiator crossed by four heat pipes from what we can see.

Nevertheless, the card will arrive with “stock” operating frequencies. Thus, the GPU will operate at 1777 MHz, the default boost frequency. However, via the software GPU Tweak II of the brand, we can go up to 1807 MHz via the OC profile.

We move on quickly with the onboard connectivity. Here, Asus provides its card with three DisplayPort 1.4a outputs and a single HDMI 2.1. For the power supply, this small model will only require an auxiliary PCIe 8-pin connector.

Unfortunately, nothing is said about the price of this model and the availability.


Here is the datasheet from Asus!


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