That three-fan setup might make it a bit difficult to fit into some small form factor cases, as the card measures 182mm long. But it makes up for that with its thin 40mm height and 69mm width. Despite its slender design, the chip comes outfitted with two DisplayPort and two HDMI ports as well. It also comes with a low-profile bracket, which is a nice touch.
Like other RTX 4060 GPUs out there, this low-profile one from Gigabyte comes with an eight-pin power connector and 3,072 CUDA cores. Gigabyte also clocks the card at 2,475MHz — just 15MHz higher than the 2,460MHz reference card — which is unlikely to make a noticeable difference in performance.
We still don’t know the price of Gigabyte’s low-profile RTX 4060 chip, but other chips on the market start at $299. Gigabyte isn’t the only company fitting 40-series cards into smaller form factors. Zotac has also launched a line of RTX 4060 and 4060 Ti GPUs for mini gaming PCs, but they all come with just one or two fans, making Gigabyte’s chip one of the thinnest, triple-fan 40-series GPUs you can get.