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GeForce GTX 1080 Mini ITX

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GeForce GTX 1080 Mini ITX: Gigabyte is happy to have the smallest!GeForce GTX 1080 Mini ITX: Gigabyte is happy to have the smallest!

Measuring less than 17 cm in length, this powerful graphics card can be housed in mini PCs in Mini ITX format. What to turn a multimedia PC into a video game console ... if it can cash the 180W of the 1080!

In terms of 3D power, size does not do it all. Gigabyte proves it today with its GeForce GTX 1080 Mini ITX 8G, a graphics card that, as the name suggests, embeds a powerful 3D chip while meeting the Mini ITX standard. It measures only 169 mm long and perfectly meets this standard of mini PC which imposes graphics cards less than 170 mm. But beware of the height of the board which passes to 131 m because of a cooling system a little more imposing - a triple heat pipe and a ventilator of 90 mm.

Far from being a castrated model, this small PCIe card embeds a chip GeForce GTX 1080 that meets the design of reference of Nvidia. And even more: an overclocking mode allows to pass the frequency of the processor from 1632 MHz to 1771 MHz and the RAM (of the GDDR5X) is overclocked base. Maximum power in a small footprint. If we integrate it intelligently.

The Challenges of Heat and Power Consumption

In case the card is actually housed in your Mini ITX case, you will also have to pay attention to two elements: the circulation of hot air in your case - provide a good fan in extraction - and the power of the " food. Many pre-installed power supplies only display 150W. For optimal use, use a block of 300W minimum, or even 400W if you are using 90W CPUs, the 1080 consuming 180W on its own.



On the connectivity side, the small monster of Gigabyte integrates no less than 5 graphics outputs: a DVI-D, an HDMI (2.0b), and three Display Port (v1.4). The internal power supply is via a simple 8-pin PCIe socket.

Just announced, the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Mini ITX 8G does not yet have any availability or final price, but it should arrive in the autumn at a price around 600 euros.







Measuring less than 17 cm in length, this powerful graphics card can be housed in mini PCs in Mini ITX format. What to turn a multimedia PC into a video game console ... if it can cash the 180W of the 1080!

In terms of 3D power, size does not do it all. Gigabyte proves it today with its GeForce GTX 1080 Mini ITX 8G, a graphics card that, as the name suggests, embeds a powerful 3D chip while meeting the Mini ITX standard. It measures only 169 mm long and perfectly meets this standard of mini PC which imposes graphics cards less than 170 mm. But beware of the height of the board which passes to 131 m because of a cooling system a little more imposing - a triple heat pipe and a ventilator of 90 mm.

Far from being a castrated model, this small PCIe card embeds a chip GeForce GTX 1080 that meets the design of reference of Nvidia. And even more: an overclocking mode allows to pass the frequency of the processor from 1632 MHz to 1771 MHz and the RAM (of the GDDR5X) is overclocked base. Maximum power in a small footprint. If we integrate it intelligently.

The Challenges of Heat and Power Consumption



In case the card is actually housed in your Mini ITX case, you will also have to pay attention to two elements: the circulation of hot air in your case - provide a good fan in extraction - and the power of the " food. Many pre-installed power supplies only display 150W. For optimal use, use a block of 300W minimum, or even 400W if you are using 90W CPUs, the 1080 consuming 180W on its own.



On the connectivity side, the small monster of Gigabyte integrates no less than 5 graphics outputs: a DVI-D, an HDMI (2.0b), and three Display Port (v1.4). The internal power supply is via a simple 8-pin PCIe socket.

Just announced, the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Mini ITX 8G does not yet have any availability or final price, but it should arrive in the autumn at a price around 600 euros.
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