ZOTAC Shows Mini GTX 1080 and much more at CES 2017

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Mini 1080 looks nice!
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Hopefully this means we will see a 1080 TI, and a price drop on the 1080 soon.
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Damn that's tiny. Amazing how they manage to pack all that power into something this small.
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Damn that's tiny. Amazing how they manage to pack all that power into something this small.
That's what she said!! :banana:
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World smallest 1080 looks to me like: world smallest 27 inch monitor...
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Just like ghost peppers, tiny but packs a punch!
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This is a lot of performance for such a small card. Looks like we will soon have HTPC's just as fast as desktop PC's. Thats a very good thing. Good work Zotac!
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I'll be glad when the day comes that manufactures do away with the DVI port.
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Based on ZOTAC's GTX 1070 Mini pricing, I would say this suggests the Mini 1080 could be very competitive if not one of the less expensive 1080 models as opposed to paying extra for the convenient form factor. I bet Gigabyte is right around the corner with their Mini 1080 variant...at a lower price too. However, I'm more of a ZOTAC fan than Gigabyte when it comes to GPU's.
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Since they can pack the GTX 1080 on an MXM 3.0b board for laptops, it isn't surprising that Zotac can put one together a mini variant. I like it. Should be good for small form factor PCs and as dedicated PhysX card that doesn't hinder airflow too much, although I'd love to see a single slot cooling solution for it down the line as well.
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I'll be glad when the day comes that manufactures do away with the DVI port.
but I dont really like HDMI for monitors and my monitor dont support Display port. My hdtv use RGB to DVI for pc and I need DVI-I for that one reason why i not got a new gpu