Everything in technology seems to be getting smaller….except smartphones. Die sizes on CPUs and GPUs are shrinking. Motherboards and PCBs for GPUs are shrinking while adding greater performance and features. This is especially noticeable in graphics cards. My GTX 660 Ti performs on levels comparable with a GTX 580, yet draws far less power and looks positively lost in a full-tower case. Had you shown me this card a year ago, I would have assumed it was a budget card made for an HTPC with limited 3D capabilities. Of course, the 660 Ti is an incredible gamer….and I happen to have one in my HTPC case. And it fits easily. It's probably smaller than the Droid DNA, but that’s OK, because for some reason, we are all suddenly compelled to have phones larger than our graphics cards.
Del med dine venner