Not to be left out of the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti party, Zotac is passing around pictures of what will probably be its top-end GTX 1080 Ti card. The GTX 1080 Ti PGF appears to pack an enormous triple-fan cooler that extends well into a third expansion slot. The cooler is bedecked with RGB LEDs, as is the backplate. The card also appears to take a pair of 8-pin power connectors. While non-standard, that power configuration should allow for some beastly overclocking.
While the Founder's Edition GTX 1080 Ti drops the DVI connector found on the rest of the Pascal range, Zotac's model seems to include it, judging from the render above. A post on Chinese tech news site XFastest says that the card will have a "much higher" boost clock than the reference GTX 1080 Ti's 1600 MHz. XFastest also says that Zotac will purportedly be releasing a 10th-Anniversary edition of the card that should boost to a whopping 2GHz out of the box.
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