Today Gigabyte unveiled what they claim to be the world’s smallest GTX 1080 graphics card.
It is called the Gigabyte GTX 1080 Mini ITX 8G graphics card and measures just 16.9 cm long, which is pretty small compared to a full sized GTX 1080, which is normally around 26.7 cm.
This photo shows the difference in size:
Despite that size, the card still features a ton of specifications.
It is a core clock speed at 1,771 MHz boost and 1,632 MHz base in OC mode. It has also a boost clock speed of 1,733 MHz with a base boost speed of 1,607 MHz in Gaming Mode.
This is comparable to the reference card GTX 1080, which features a boost speed of 1,733 MHz and a base speed of 1,607 MHz.
Here’s the full list of specifications that come alongside that:
- Graphics Processing: GeForce GTX 1080
- Core Clock: Boost: 1771 MHz/ Base: 1632 MHz in OC Mode | Boost: 1733 MHz/ Base: 1607 MHz in Gaming Mode (Reference Card Boost: 1733 MHz / Base: 1607 MHz)
- Memory Clock: 10010 MHz
- Memory Size: 8 GB
- Memory Type: GDDR5X
- Memory Bus: 256 bit
- Card Bus: PCI-E 3.0 x 16
- Output: Dual-link DVI-D x1 / HDMI x1 / DisplayPort x3
- Digital max resolution: 7680×4320
- Multi-view: 4
- Card size: H=37 L=169 W=131 mm
- PCB Form: ATX
- DirectX: 12
- OpenGL: 4.5
- Recommended PSU: 500W
- Power Connectors: 8 pin*1
As yet there are no details on how much the new Gigabyte GTX 1080 Mini ITX 8G will cost, you can find out more details about it over at Gigabyte at the link below.