ZOTAC ahead of CES 2017 teases off the smallest high end GPU yet to grace the market. Dubbed as the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Mini, this card features a base clock of 1620 MHz with a boost clock rated at 1759 MHz. Memory is still 8GB of GDDR5X rated at 10 GHz.
World’s smallest GeForce GTX 1080 yet? Quite possibly, even with its extended cooling solution attached to a 6 incher PCB. It could be definitely smaller without that extra space required for the dual 90mm fans but ZOTAC doesn’t want to sacrifice cooling performance, especially if they are aiming for that boost clock as stated on the specification sheet.
Display outputs are provided by 3x standard sized DisplayPorts, a single HDMi port and a single DVI port. The card also appears to feature lighting effects and could possibly feature a 0dB fan technology. More info shall be shed when CES 2017 hits the floor by January 4th, 2017.