XFX and ASL launch low-profile graphics cards

Published: 5 months ago | Comments

XFX is the first company to deliver low-profile Polaris 12 graphics card.

XFX RX 550 Low Profile and Core Edition

There are actually three variants of RX 550 from XFX:

All these cards are clocked at the same frequency — 1203 MHz and all three are available either with 2GB of 4GB frame buffer. Even display outputs are the same, so I guess it’s a matter of what you really need for your build.

GPU : Lexa PRO Base Clock : 1100 MHz
Cores : 512 Boost Clock : 1203 MHz (+1.7%)
TMUs : 32 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 16 Memory : 4 GB GDDR5 128b

GPU : Lexa PRO Base Clock : 1100 MHz
Cores : 512 Boost Clock : 1203 MHz (+1.7%)
TMUs : 32 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 16 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 128b

GPU : Lexa PRO Base Clock : 1100 MHz
Cores : 512 Boost Clock : 1203 MHz (+1.7%)
TMUs : 32 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 16 Memory : 4 GB GDDR5 128b

GPU : Lexa PRO Base Clock : 1100 MHz
Cores : 512 Boost Clock : 1203 MHz (+1.7%)
TMUs : 32 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 16 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 128b

ASL GTX 1050 Ti Battle Flag

There’s one more card I want to talk about and that’s low-profile GTX 1050 Ti from ASL. This model is unique for one reason, it’s the only low-profile and single-slot GTX 1050 Ti on the market. We already have few low profile GTX 1050 Ti’s from ZOTAC, MSI, Gigabyte and GALAX, but none of them are single-slot.

To be honest, I don’t really remember the last time I saw a graphics card with only two display connectors.

GPU : GP107-400 Base Clock : 1293 MHz (+0.2%)
Cores : 768 Boost Clock : 1392 MHz
TMUs : 48 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 32 Memory : 4 GB GDDR5 128b


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