A few weeks ago, Asustek showed a special RTX 4060 Ti DUAL graphics card, the biggest difference is that it comes with an M.2 SSD slot. Now, this product is officially out.
The card has an M.2 2280 slot installed on the backplane, which can install M.2 SSD as well as the motherboard slot, and covers it with a separate heatsink.
Asustek's special Q-Latch design makes it possible to disassemble and assemble manually without any screws.
In fact, this M.2 is not directly related to the graphics card itself, but borrows a location, which is equivalent to extending an M.2 slot to the motherboard.
Why is it so designed?
First, RTX 4060 Ti and below graphics cards are PCIe x8 system bus, belonging to half-blood state, while Asustek uses all PCIe x16 to avoid waste.
Second, compared with the M.2 slot on the motherboard, it is more convenient to access and install and uninstall SSD.
There is nothing to say about the specification of the graphics card, the 8GB video memory version.
In Finland, the card is already on the shelves, 559 euros, or about 4330 yuan.It's 90 euros more expensive than the standard version.
It is worth pointing out,The Radeon Pro SSD professional graphics card released by AMD in 2017 has a built-in 2TB SSD, which is the first video card with its own SSD.
The Radeon Pro SSD professional graphics card released by AMD in 2017 has a built-in 2TB SSD, which is the first video card with its own SSD.
The card cost $6999, the most expensive product in AMD's history by that time.