Colorful says it’s Game Over, launches GeForce RTX 4060 Smart Mini GPU

Published: Aug 3rd 2023, 18:00 GMT   Comments

It’s Game Over, RTX 4060 Smart Mini launched by Colorful

The company finally launched smaller Ada GPUs. 

Colorful previously announced its intentions to release a smaller single-fan version of the RTX 4060 in June. However, it is now officially launching the GPU with complete specifications and more photos.

The RTX 4060 Smart Mini is a companion to the RTX 4060 Ti iGame Mini, which debuted last month. Unlike the iGame series, the “Smart Mini” model is not positioned as a high-end card. Instead, it offers standard NVIDIA clocks, no RGB lighting, or intricate cooling design. The primary goal of the RTX 4060 Smart Mini is to provide a budget-friendly option in the Mini-ITX form factor.

Colorful RTX 4060 Smart Mini, Source: Colorful

Featuring 3072 CUDA cores, 8GB of GDDR6 memory on a 128-bit bus, and a TDP of 115W, this compact GPU ensures respectable performance. It comes with three display connectors (3x DP, 1x HDMI). Beneath the two-slot thick cooler, you’ll find six heat pipes, and the fan appears to be at least 9 cm wide.

As of now, Colorful has not officially listed the card through retail channels in China, so the exact pricing remains unconfirmed.




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