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GeForce GTX 680 in single-slot-design

Posted by DJ aka GDR DJ, 27 March 2012 · 1,939 views

A single slot GeForce GTX 680 Which is under production by manufacturer Galaxy has been pictured making it the third non-reference GTX 680 in Galaxy's lineup. Other than the single slot GTX 680, Galaxy is also preparing a 4GB model and a Hall of Fame Edition GeForce GTX 680 Which were detailed in our previous post here.
There's not much to detail except that the card uses a single slot design Which covers a PCI-e slot expansion, It is cooled by a blower fan and would stick to the reference clock frequencies. Galaxy may not go with a 195W TDP since OC'd specs is still a bit high for a single slot cooling design. The PCB is colored blue Indicating a Non-Reference or low profile design but we can not confirm it yet!

The GPU's price and launch date are not known then.

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Looks awesome!
Looks pretty different from other cards I've seen. My guess is that GeForce it trying to get all the power of the 680 in a single card slot to push SLI to that max. I run a 580 with not complaints and before that a 9800 GTX. So the question I have, is there a noticeable difference when you run SLI?
The whole card is encased! ..probably to keep the air flow steady with no dead spots.
I was this... times 4 in my computer. lol
So how does it fit? I got a full tower but no way thats going to work.