Monday, March 13th 2017

ZOTAC Pushes Pure Performance With GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

ZOTAC International, a global manufacturer of innovation, is pleased to raise the stakes once more with ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards, pushing the limits ever higher on speed and power with the NVIDIA Pascal Architecture. Like with other ZOTAC flagship graphics card series, the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Ti will be available in AMP Extreme, AMP Edition and the Founders Edition.

The ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AMP Extreme and AMP Edition feature improved ZOTAC elements, emphasizing user experience befitting of a flagship product. From the tradition of quality hardware components to unique features, the ZOTAC AMP line of graphics cards bring much more than smooth frame rates and next generation immersion.
ZOTAC graphics cards features keep improving with each iteration. SPECTRA LED lighting system enables greater personalization of colors and mood lighting with a wider color spectrum and new lighting modes. IceStorm cooling system comes with a metallic Exo Armor with metal backplate that protects the delicate components and cools with great mass. It utilizes direct copper contact for the core and thermal pads across other heat-generating components to achieve maximum cooling efficiency.
FREEZE fan stop technology now operates smoother than ever with higher temperature tolerance and precise temperature gauging. The ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AMP Extreme carries triple 90mm wide blade fans and ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AMP Edition carries dual 100mm wide blade fans. Both will be beefed with 16 + 2 power phases to distribute the incoming power more efficiently and effectively for rock solid stability.
ZOTAC also uses premium components to reduce electrical irregularities, and reinforces the reliability of the cards with PowerBoost. Firestorm is constantly updated to provide the latest features for both existing and new graphics cards. Users are able to adjust the color, brightness and lighting style of the graphics card with a few mouse clicks. The performance-tweaking and fan settings are easy to control with a user-friendly interface with individual controls for each graphics card on any SLI configuration.
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11 Comments on ZOTAC Pushes Pure Performance With GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

#1
EarthDog
Those huge caps on the back... I thought asus did that several years ago (and don't anymore...).
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Ferrum Master
EarthDog, post: 3618932, member: 79836"
Those huge caps on the back... I thought asus did that several years ago (and don't anymore...).
Many did... MSI, ASUS... like it matters really... lulz...
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#3
EarthDog
Ha, yeah, msi had that AIB cap thing on the back of the Lightning, lol.

They were useless.. wondering why it's making a comeback..
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Ferrum Master
EarthDog, post: 3618942, member: 79836"
Ha, yeah, msi had that AIB cap thing on the back of the Lightning, lol.

They were useless.. wondering why it's making a comeback..
I have more laugh about their photoshop skills... aligning mounting holes... they need to give their salary back.
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#5
Wastedslayer
Interested to see if they introduce a 1080 Ti Mini. Their little 1080 was the perfect form factor for ITX builds and had just as much power as it's bigger brother.
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#6
Nihilus
EarthDog, post: 3618942, member: 79836"
Ha, yeah, msi had that AIB cap thing on the back of the Lightning, lol.

They were useless.. wondering why it's making a comeback..
Ah yes, the MSI "Reactor". Used to empower the biggest of nerds.
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#7
lanlagger
I wanna see a review of any aftermarket 1080 Ti and especially overclocking, because that founders edditon is limited by temps, there a beefy 3 slot coolers could help, but about not Ti version - none of those 3 slot 3 fan coolers with 2x8pin power and dozen power phases could overclock a +2% higher than a FE edition overclock, so those pimped out 1080's are total waste (except for acoustics - bigger coolers = slower fans)
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#8
xorbe
Wastedslayer, post: 3618996, member: 21198"
Interested to see if they introduce a 1080 Ti Mini. Their little 1080 was the perfect form factor for ITX builds and had just as much power as it's bigger brother.
Wag, but a 250w mini is probably not in the works. Non-Ti 1080 mini is pushing the limits of heat dissipation, imo.
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#9
jboydgolfer
ive noticed Zotac isnt fu@king around the last several years in the GPU section.....ive been VERY impressed with what they did with the 970 last year(the cost was high, close to the 980, but its apparent performance was nothing to scoff @), and i wont be surprised if this year is no different....no personal experience, but based on what others have said to me, the last Zotac i owned was a 560ti i won in a "promotional" event back in 2011 iirc , it wasnt anything to write home about, but the company seems to be on the rise...keep your eyes on them.
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#10
Vayra86
Nihilus, post: 3619011, member: 97108"
Ah yes, the MSI "Reactor". Used to empower the biggest of nerds.
Hey, it was BLUE. Meant your card would run a few degrees C cooler!

Going by the RED markings on this Power Boost I reckon its for a better OC this time around.

If they use GREEN text, it'll be ECO friendly.
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