A mini version of the original graphics card is usually cheaper in price. Where a lot of people also prefer them over the original because of their cut down length. Making it easier to fit them into tiny PC cases. Zotac GeFore GTX 1070 Mini is one among them. Which used to go at a price of $370 till now. But if that wasn’t cheap enough for you. Then Zotac is now selling their Mini GTX 1070 for a sale price of $340.
It does not look like a huge price cut down. But the Zotac GeFore GTX 1070 Mini was already the cheapest graphics card that you can find on the market. Which now with the sale price makes it even more desirable. Considering that a regular GTX 1070 can cost as high as $400, depending on the model and the graphics card.
Zotac GeFore GTX 1070 Mini as we have mentioned is designed to fit in small cases. Though in order to achieve the shorter design some performance had to be cut down. But it does not affect the performance of the Zotac GeFore GTX 1070 Mini as much as you might think it would. Where the Zotac GeFore GTX 1070 Mini comes with a base and boost clock of 1518 MHz and 1708 MHz respectively. Which is still faster than a reference GTX 1070. That stands with a base and boost clock of 1506 MHz and 1683 MHz respectively.
If you don’t know the Zotac GeFore GTX 1070 Mini is 210mm long. Which takes dual slots to fit in your case. So before buying it do make sure you case has the necessary space to fit it in. Aside from that in terms of ports the graphics card also comes with three 1.4 display ports and a single DVI-D and HDMI 2.0 port. Where the card only requires an 8-pin PCIE connector to power up.