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An In Depth Review of the ZOTAC 1080 Mini

We would like to thank ZOTAC for providing us with a review sample of their ZOTAC 1080 Mini. Without their generosity, this graphics card review would not be possible. Originally announced back in December of 2016, showcased at CES, and then released in January, the ZOTAC 1080 Mini is the veritable King of graphics cards among SFF enthusiasts. At present, there doesn’t exist a single more powerful GPU capable of fitting into the some of the smallest chassis around. Below are a few resources that ZOTAC was kind enough to provide for use in creating this review: ZOTAC 1080 Mini Landing Page ZOTAC 1080 Mini Product Page ZOTAC …
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ZOTAC announces the Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Mini

A new king has been crowned! All hail the Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Mini (ZT-P10800H-10P), based on the GP104 (Pascal) architecture. Complete with 8GB of GDDR5X and 2560 CUDA cores, this fully configured card packs a wallop! The dual-slot Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Mini consumes up to 180watts, just 30 Watts more than a GTX 1070. The 8-pin PCIe power plug is located on the top and is not recessed so be sure to account for that additional clearance when planning your next build. To help dissipate this increased heat while keeping the board incredibly small, this card will be equipped with 3 thick copper heatpipes (the 1070 …