Sadly, this will not be even close to a desktop 3060 equivalent.
It will be a 1660-1660S range card, for a fortune.
I would still love to see it in the wild, but at this point, buying any new graphics card, especially an overpriced, underspecced workstation card is just a terrible investment...
Just stumbled on this thread/announcement:
This sounds like an awesome option for those of us looking for a compact solution >200W without being forced to find room for an HDPLEX 400W combo, or want to avoid flexATX PSUs.
One question: how would this handle pass-through flexible 24-pin...
Maybe (definitely) off topic, but I figured you would be more familiar with the nebulous world of Gen 4 PCIe adapters.
Have you seen any sign of Gen 4 M.2 to PCIe adapters? With TB4 being a pathetic retread of TB3, but miniPCs and mini ITX boards supporting PCIe 4.0 M.2, it could solve the GPU...
Am I the only one that’s absolutely in love with this ultra-small open-frame design? I’m not normally into open-frames at all, and have been debating between the FormD T1 and an ultra-small case like the Velka 3 or K39v2. But this thing would just be AWESOME on my desk!
Also, there’s a...
True EATX AND SSI-EEB support!
It's been my one huge gripe about my case!
The standoffs are permanently mounted so I would have to grind them out and resink standoffs for an SSI-EEB layout, but I can't even do that because the case is about 3-4mm too short front-back. It's so close that I can...
Same. Would like to verify fan diameter as hopefully 92mm, but it would seem tight given the 201.8mm total length and the extra bit on the sides.
EVGA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti XC GAMING, 08G-P5-3663-KR
Height: 4.33 in - 110mm
Length: 7.94 in - 201.8mm
Width: Dual Slot
I believe most users haven't had a problem with AIOs considering they're sealed.
Obviously, you could crack open and re-seal an AIO, plus, your average TSA mall cop has absolutely no idea what they're looking at... But it's all security theater anyway, so YMMV regardless.
Much appreciate the info guys!
Guess I will have to keep looking for my 200W internal solution.
Has anyone had any experience with the flexible male-female 24-pin extension/adapters? I could relocate the DC-ATX unit up to 9" away.