TechPowerUP has more details, but from the renders we can glean that this new model uses the same heatsink and shroud as the GTX 1080 Mini, so the overall dimensions should be the same at 211mm x 125mm. If the renders are accurate (keep in mind the renders should be taken with a grain of salt), the PCB extends a bit farther on the GTX 1080 Ti Mini however.
Also announced was the GTX 1080 Arctic Storm Mini, a variant that is fitted with a water block from the factory! Now if only they could have ditched that bulky DVI connector for some single-slot SFF GPU powerhouse goodness, maybe next time.
This is a very exciting and unexpected development, and should tide over even demanding SFF enthusiasts until HBM 2 products roll out.
No word on price or availability, but we hope to get the scoop straight from the source at Computex. Stay tuned!
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