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Lenovo Develops Mini-ITX Form-Factor GeForce RTX 4060

One of the design advantages of NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4060 is its relatively low power consumption. This allows graphics card manufacturers to produce compact add-in boards without the bulky heatsinks and VRM setups required for high-end cards. The power consumption of the card is low enough at 115 watts that even Mini-ITX sized cards are practical. This is good news for the SFF PC community. And to that end, we’ve seen several manufacturers introduce his Mini-ITX GeForce RTX 4060 design, but Lenovo also has its own version of the club with his Mini-ITX 4060 card. Joined as a newest member.

Spec-wise, Lenovo’s Mini-ITX GeForce RTX 4060 is exactly what you’d expect. This is his RTX 4060 in a standard configuration powered by NVIDIA’s AD107 graphics processor with 3072 CUDA cores and connected with 8 GB of GDDR6 memory using 128-bit memory. interface. Lenovo doesn’t disclose display output configurations (although we expect both DisplayPort and HDMI to be present), but we do know that there is an auxiliary 8-pin PCIe power connector on the back of the board.

The video card, on the other hand, is equipped with a dual-slot, single-fan cooling system, which is typical for cards in this segment. Lenovo was able to build such a small card thanks in large part to the small heatsink and single fan, making it suitable for Mini-ITX systems (at least as long as it can accept dual-slot cards). guaranteed to do so.

Overall, with its size and scale as the world’s largest PC maker, we’ve seen Lenovo design and manufacture a number of components for their own internal use over the years. A modern example of this is the Mini-ITX video card. At the moment, Lenovo’s Mini-ITX GeForce RTX 4060 is dedicated to the company’s IdeaCentre GeekPro 2023 system sold on This PC is powered by Intel’s Core i5-13400F with 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB SSD.

And while Lenovo is only using the card internally for now, it’s possible that the card will eventually retail as a gray market product. The company’s size allows it to produce components in-house, so Lenovo parts may even be on retail shelves, especially if there is excess inventory to move.

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