Just a few months ago, Gigabyte introduced a compact graphics card GeForce GTX 1070 ITX Edition which instantly received many compliments and positive reviews. Apparently, Gigabyte isn’t going to stop there: the company announced a mini version of the GeForce GTX 1080. The tiny novelty is almost 10cm shorter than the original and works on portable systems with mini-ITX motherboards. Here is the brief review.
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GeForce GTX 1080 Mini ITX 8G is only 167 mm long. The proper heat dissipation is provided by a cooler running in a semi-passive mode with a 90-millimeter fan and three heat pipes. The central chip operates at frequencies of 1 607/1 733 MHz for the core and 10 000 MHz for the memory. When OC Mode is activated, the GPU frequency increases to 1 632/1 771 MHz.
The card is connected to the board with an 8-pin power connector. The GeForce GTX 1080 Mini ITX is equipped with three DisplayPort, as well as DVI and HDMI slots. Interestingly, this isn’t the first mini-version of the GeForce GTX 1080 on the market: the well-known company Zotac introduced the 21- centimetre GTX 1080 Mini in January of this year. However, the Gigabyte is officially the most compact GeForce GTX 1080.