ASUS GeForce 2GB GTX 760 DirectCU II OC Mini ITX
2GB ASUS GeForce GTX 760 DirectCU II OC Mini ITX GDDR5 PCI Express Graphics Card
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The ASUS GeForce® GTX 760 DirectCU Mini is designed to maximize the potential offered by mini ITX motherboards by delivering high performance graphics. It uses an innovative DirectCU thermal design that combines a heat-spreading vapor chamber and the CoolTech Fan, which uses wide-angle airflow and venting to cool critical graphics card components. Features DirectCU Mini
Superior cooling and acoustics are created with exclusive DirectCU thermal design and fan assembly. Award-winning DirectCU now includes custom vapor chamber technology and the new and advanced 360-degree CoolTech axial fan. Even in DirectCU Mini form, the proprietary design delivers up to 20% cooler temps and three times quieter performance than reference.
Small size but big in power. Proprietary DirectCU Mini features a custom PCB and VRM design featuring Direct Power technology. This provides high quality and reliable power delivery to the GPU, whether for gaming or overclocking. In addition, superior efficiency reduces PCB temperatures by 17%.
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The SHIELD Tablet's NVIDIA® Tegra® K1 mobile processor taps into the same NVIDIA Kepler™ architecture that drives the world's most extreme gaming PCs. It's the first to run Unreal Engine 4, Epic's latest game engine.
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