The most powerful low profile single-slot graphics card

I had a chance to get my hands on the most powerful low profile and single slot graphics card ever released: ASL GTX1050Ti Battle Flag.



First look with the new card



It comes with 1x DVI port and 1x HDMI port



Size comparison with the mighty GTX1080



The width is 19 centimeters, making it slightly longer than typical LP graphics cards



Nonetheless it fits perfectly into the microserver.


2017-06-24 21_28_16-3DMark Advanced Edition

Fire Strike benchmark under virtualized Windows Server 2012 R2. Resulting in graphics score of 7810. Pretty neat for such a compact graphics card.

7 thoughts on “The most powerful low profile single-slot graphics card”

  1. Hi,
    Thanks for the article.
    Looking to use this card in my Gen8 for Plex transcoding. Does your Microserver have the 200w PSU?
    How does it cope with the G15404?


    1. Hi, Sorry for late reply, I’m not sure but my variant was something lower than 200w. either 150w or 180w.
      And what do you mean by G15404? If you meant G1610T CPU I have no idea because I replaced it out with a xeon right after receiving the server.

  2. I’m wondering if it would fit the Inwin H-Frame Mini, those 19.1cm of GPU length might be too much for that case that someone is selling locally with included cpu, mobo, ram, psu for a good price.

    According to some vague descriptions on some reviews, I calculate the Inwin H-Frame mini has around 18.2~8cm gpu space but I will never know. Maybe I would have to build an ITX Ryzen 2400g system in that case and move the original sellers combo to another Itx case with more PCI space.

    Or dremmel my way into the case ๐Ÿ™‚

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