Also GALAX and KFA2 brands of Palit The Chinese are joining the trend of improving graphics performance on computers equipped with Intel's advanced connector
At the beginning of the road for external graphic processing positions based on the connection of theThunderbolt 3 To provide significant performance for desktop and mobile devices of all kinds, the industry's choice of solutions providers seems to be to provide users with as flexible a package as possible to accommodate as wide a variety of graphic cards From which the user will choose on his own, and even retain the potential for future upgrades - but now it seems that there are more and more manufacturers trying to appeal to a larger and more popular audience through more compact and user-friendly products that can be run straight out of the box, without any add-ons.
The latest addition to this school is the company's SNPR package Palit, Which will carry the names of its gaming brands KFA2 and GALAX (depending on the market where the product will be marketed) and will probably be the smallest in its field to date, with a weight of less than 1.4 and a total volume of less than 1.9.
The SNPR is characterized by a rather elegant silver metallic body developed with the popular SilverStone packaging manufacturer and includes a GeForce GTX 1060 with 6 GB memory GDDR5 Which is specifically developed for the product and is even smaller than all the Mini-ITX cards offered on the market with a total length of 14.5 centimeters.
The SNPR does not include any connections other than those of the video card itself (with one HDMI 2.0, one DVI-D and one full-size DisplayPort 1.4), a power connector to an external power supply of 230 watts and an input Thunderbolt 3 for the computer that will benefit from its services of course. As minimal as possible, to provide the dimensions that make it particularly mobile.
The Enclosure Pack Palit Will reach stores across Europe in the next few weeks, equipped with an official price of 500 EUR, which is approximately 2 higher than the price of a standard GTX 1060 card for integration into a stationary computer package. So is this the ultimate solution for those who want additional processing power for a number of different computers that are in their home or office, or is there still more to strive for dimensions, capabilities and price? Share us.