Zotac Launches the Smallest GTX 1080 Ti Card in the World

Zotac launched the world’s smallest graphics card, the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, and also announced new gaming PCs during Computex 2017.

Zotac is proud of its integration of computer hardware and graphics cards, but the reduction of the graphics card is not great. 1080 Ti is not easy. However, the company produced two models of graphics cards. The first model is the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Mini, the second is the GTX 1080 Ti Mini ArcticStorm, both cards are 9 inches or 228 millimeters long.

Zotac also unveiled a number of new mini-computers, such as the Magnus EN1050K, which supports the Intel Kaby Lake processor or the AMD Ryzen processor, and is one of the company’s first mini-devices that fit the GeForce GTX 1050 screen card.

One of the smallest computers for games produced by Zotac, such as the Zbox is the Pico PI225, which is very small as shown in the picture and is about 5.5 millimeters thick. It does not have a cooling fan that has a negative cooling system and it has the power to operate a 4K screen.

Zotac Gaming also launched the Mek gaming computer, which supports Kaby Lake chips up to the Core i7 and the GeForce GTX 1080 Mini graphics card. The company has shown that this new device has a future design, it looks like a gaming device with lit ends.

The company has unveiled two external components, the first designed for the GTX 1080 Ti graphics chip to be connected to your laptop for a better frame rate per second while the second is designed for the NVMe PCIe hard drive to increase storage space; both accessories can be connected through the Thunderbolt 3 port.

The company also announced an improved version of the VR Go virtual reality bag, which was supplied with the Kaby Lake processor instead of the Skylake processor; however, the company did not disclose the specific processor category or whether there were any other modifications to the interface.




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