Fans of the Mini-ITX format will finally be able to get their versions of the Ampera video card for HPC and other small format systems. MSI, Palit, and Gainward have announced Mini-ITX versions of the Nvidia RTX 3060 graphics card.
The MSI Aero ITX model will be available in both base and OC variants, with no confirmation at present of the number of power connectors built into the GPU (a standard 8-pin is expected to suffice).
When it comes to Palit and Gainward, the companies have released the RTX 3060 StormX and RTX 3060 Pegasus models. Both video cards follow Nvidia's reference TGP and connector configuration (1x 8-pin). The two graphics cards have a base clock of 1320MHz and a boost of 1777MHz.
All three mentioned GPU models have a cooler design with one slot, one fan, and 3x DisplayPort and 1x HDMI 2.1 are available from the ports. The graphics cards use an Nvidia GA106-300 chip, with 3584 CUDA cores, 112 TMU, 64 ROP, there is also 12GB of GDDR6 video memory @ 15 Gbps.