ZOTAC GeForce RTX 2060 AMP & Twin Fan pictured

Published: 28th Dec 2018, 08:40 GMT   Comments

It appears that ZOTAC is launching two RTX 2060 models.

ZOTAC RTX 2060 AMP

Guys over at HD Tecnologia managed to find pictures of ZOTAC’s upcoming RTX 2060 series. Two models are planned: the AMP and Twin Fan. They appear to be identical, at least the front is, so the changes are only expected to be seen in operating frequencies. The Twin Fan may also lack backplate or at least an AMP logo.

 

The design is clearly a copy of “RTX 2070 MINI”. It is not a straight copy, there are few changes, but overall, it’s the same cooler with slightly different colors.

ZOTAC RTX 2060 AMP vs RTX 2070 MINI

Promo shots released by HD Tecnologia indicate that RTX 2060 series are designed for Mini ITX form factor. Notice that the cable is 8-pin.

Source: HD Tecnologia




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