The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is finally here, and all the big vendors are unveiling their plans for Nvidia's latest design. Zotac revealed today a set of four 1080 Ti cards it's bringing to the market. The offerings include a standard GTX 1080 Ti, a pair of AMP-labeled cards, and a Founders Edition card.
All four cards sport the standard three DisplayPort 1.4 connectors and single HDMI 2.0b port. From there, things vary a bit more. The Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Ti and GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition both have a base clock of 1480 MHz and a boost clock of 1582 MHz. In fact, apart from the casing, the two appear to be identical.
Meanwhile, the GTX 1080 Ti AMP edition and GTX 1080 Ti AMP Extreme edition bring a bit more to the table. Zotac has yet to announced core clocks, and both cards come with a metallic backplate, LED lighting, a DVI-DL port, and dual 8-pin PCIe connectors.
Though the AMP model has the standard 11 GT/s memory and a quoted 250W power consumption figure, the "TBD" marker for those two specs the AMP Extreme leads us to believe this card will pack overclocked VRAM and GPU. The two models equally differ on their cooler design. The AMP version has a dual-slot cooler with two 100-mm fans, while the AMP Extreme model has a triple-slot cooler with three 90-mm wide-blade fans. Zotac has yet to announce pricing or a release date all these cards.
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