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Is Zotac GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Mini any good?

trex742
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Hello!
I want to buy a (used)gpu and I've came across this card for not that much money and I'm wondering if it's good enough to buy it or should I buy Asus card(Cerberus GeForce GTX 1070 Ti) for about 50$ more. I've heard somewhere that size of the Zotac card doesn't affect thermals and OC capabilities very much, but I doubt that. Have any of you had some experience with this card? 

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15 minutes ago, trex742 said:

Hello!
I want to buy a (used)gpu and I've came across this card for not that much money and I'm wondering if it's good enough to buy it or should I buy Asus card(Cerberus GeForce GTX 1070 Ti) for about 50$ more. I've heard somewhere that size of the Zotac card doesn't affect thermals and OC capabilities very much, but I doubt that. Have any of you had some experience with this card? 

I have no experience with either card.
Based off of google searches to see what they look like, the cooler design seems pretty similar. Main factor in thermals would probably heatsink size/layout since they both are dual fan cards.

 

Personally, I would go with the Asus card. Mainly because I've had better experience with their products. But, I haven't heard anything bad about Zotac cards before, so if you want to save some money just get that one instead.

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