Asus has recently introduced its Prime GPU lineup, which falls under Nvidia’s SFF-ready specification for the RTX 40-series. These new GPUs are designed to fit into small form factor cases, making them ideal for compact builds. With dimensions of 269 x 120 x 50 mm, they are smaller than Nvidia’s requirements, offering a space-saving solution for PC builders.

The Prime GPUs feature the same cooling solutions as the Asus Dual fan GPU line, but with an additional fan for improved airflow and cooling. This is crucial in small form factor cases where space is limited for extra cooling fans. Despite their compact size, these GPUs deliver high performance, allowing users to enjoy powerful graphics in a small package.

The Prime lineup includes the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti, RTX 4060 Ti OC Edition, RTX 4070, RTX 4070 OC Edition, RTX 4070 Super, and RTX 4070 Super OC Edition. These GPUs offer different boost clock speeds, with the OC versions providing slightly higher performance. They feature a classic black-and-white design without RGB lights, focusing on functionality rather than flashy aesthetics.

While the Asus Prime GPUs have been launched globally, they are not yet available on the company’s U.S. website. PC enthusiasts in the U.S. will have to wait for their arrival, but hopefully, Asus will make them accessible soon. In the meantime, users can stay informed about the latest news and reviews from Tom’s Hardware for updates on these compact Nvidia GPUs for SFF PCs.