With the Aero ITX GeForce RTX 2070 8GB, MSI offers gamers a state-of-the-art graphics card in an ultra-compact format.
This solution is designed for compact game configurations such as Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX. The board includes a self-built cooling system with a single fan. Its mission is to drive the air (hopefully in silence) through several aluminium fins that cover the entire PCB. Copper heating tubes provide the heat transfer.
The compact dimensions do not prevent this Aero ITX GeForce RTX 2070 8GB from carrying a TU106 graphics processor that produces 2304 Cuda cores, 144 TMUs, 64 ROPs, 288 Tensor cores, and 36 RT cores.
The card benefits from 8 GB GDDR6 at 4 Gbps. We don’t have any information about GPU frequencies at the moment. It’s quite possible that MSI won’t play the overclocking card. In this case, we would have a GPU calibrated at 1410 MHz compared to 1620 MHz in boost mode. This announcement completes Gigabyte’s presentation of its B350M Gaming, a micro ATX motherboard for Ryzen.