Zotac's RTX 2070 Mini will fit many cases and budgets

Subject: Graphics Cards | January 24, 2019 - 03:09 PM |
Tagged: zotac, tu-106, RTX 2070, rtx 2070 mini

Zotac made a wee splash on the market years ago with their ITX and Nano products and recently have been shrinking GPUs.  They have continued to carve out a small piece of the market, recently releasing the Zotac RTX 2070 Mini with a smaller price as well as a smaller stature.  There is more to this card than just the trim job, the GPU is a Non-A TU-106, which shares the same design but will have limited overclocking potential, if any at all.  That also seems to drop the price, which is a welcome feature.

The gang over at Bjorn3D tested it on a number of games as well as seeing if there is a way to bump the clocks up in their full review.

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"One of the first aftermarket partner model 2070’s has rolled in. It is from our friends at Zotac, the RTX 2070 Mini. This model does not appear to be a Overclock model on the surface and might even be a non A GPU due to its less diminutive price point."

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Source: Bjorn3D