Galaxy Geforce GTX 970 OC for Mini ITX

Nvidia’s Geforce GTX 900 series hardly comes with groundbreaking performance. Perhaps most interesting is its record-high energy efficiency, which not only opens up for really factory-overclocked models but also leaves the door open for high performance in small compact systems.

The latter is something the former Galaxy, also KFA2, adopted with the model Geforce GTX 970 OC. Despite a boring name, it is one of the more interesting solutions thanks to the Mini ITX design. The smaller format is simultaneously accompanied by increased clock frequencies from the factory.

Now it’s time for SweClockers to put the Galaxy Geforce GTX 970 OC to the test and see how much performance fits into the increasingly popular form factor. Come along!

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