It s well known that graphic cards don t respect pcie standard size. And I just figured out that it can matter the $$ way. Well at least with that too large by 1 or 2 cm (whether considering the space taken with the additionnal power plug) I can sell a partial refund for the new card.

Beside the fact that using pcie gen 4.0 is Ok if the card can still draw electricity from an external power source as in pcie gen 3.0, everything is in the question.
I would also like more than 120Gp/s performance.

One has to be carefull in order not repeat the same mistake because unlike the reported 114mm width by the manufacturer, the real width is 145mm.

  • there's X060 and x070 cards designed for SFF PCs that might be an option. You're going to have to do some slight guesswork with the size still. – Journeyman Geek Oct 31 '20 at 15:34
  • @JourneymanGeek unsure. On the other hand, length isn t a problem. – user2284570 Oct 31 '20 at 15:50
  • They also tend to be generally lower profile – Journeyman Geek Oct 31 '20 at 15:51
  • @JourneymanGeek turned out that purschasing less than 10Gb of graphic ram was a terrible idea with the graphic card on the picture above. And low profile often means trading length for larger cards. – user2284570 Oct 31 '20 at 15:55

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