ASUS has actually introduced a brand name brand-new GeForce RTX 4060 Ti graphics card which includes an M. 2 slot for increased SSD storage alternatives.
ASUS Makes Full Use of PCIe x16 Slot Lanes By Adding M. 2 SSD Expansion Slots To Its Custom GeForce RTX 4060 Ti GPUs
The ASUS GeForce RTX 4060 Ti 16 GB & 8 GB Dual graphics cards have actually been readily available on the marketplace for a while now however the business has actually released 2 brand name brand-new modifications which have a special function.
The ASUS Dual GeForce RTX 4060 Ti SSD graphics card takes compact video gaming power and integrates it with a brand new function: a PCIe 4.0 M. 2 slot incorporated into the behind
of the card, using huge bandwidth for high-performance NVMe storage. Integrated M. 2 Slot The behind of this graphics card incorporates an M. 2 slot efficient in PCIe 5.0 speeds, for high-performance NVMe storage gadgets as much as 80 mm long-- and the SSD transfers heat straight to the card's own heatsink utilizing a thermal pad, leading to an extremely compact and neat option.
M. 2 Q-LATCH
The ingenious Q-Latch makes it simple to set up or get rid of an M. 2 SSD without the requirement for particular tools. The style utilizes an easy locking system to protect the drive and nicely remove conventional screws.
Axial-tech Fan Design
2 reliable Axial-tech fans include a smaller sized center that assists in longer blades and a barrier ring to increase down atmospheric pressure. Double ball bearings can last as much as two times as long as sleeve-bearing styles.
We understand that NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 4060 Ti graphics cards with AD106 GPUs just make use of 8 PCIe lanes which indicates that the remainder of the 8 PCIe lanes on a basic x16 slot will be unutilized. ASUS has actually come up with a distinct service to take benefit of at least 4 of those 8 staying lanes and that is to connect an M. 2 SSD growth slot behind the graphics card. The M. 2 slot which has actually been put below a backplate cover is simple to gain access to and is connected by 2 screws which can be quickly eliminated. The cover likewise serves as a heatsink for the SSD.
ASUS likewise advises utilizing the"Performance "BIOS profile when running an M. 2 SSD on the back of its GeForce RTX 4060 Ti Dual GPUs. This is since the"Performance"profile makes the fans perform at a greater RPM mode and provides much better cooling compared to the" Quiet "profile. The modes can quickly be toggled through a turn on the side of the PCB. The GeForce RTX 4060 Ti GPUs include 160/165W TDPs so an 8-pin port ought to suffice as it supplies 150W & the remainder of the power can be accessed by means of the PCIe slot (75W). ASUS likewise showcased this style a while back which you can learn more about here.