The hardware manufacturer Zotac unveiled a brand new graphics card this week, it is called the Zotac ArticStorm Mini and it is pretty interesting because it claims to be the world’s smallest GeForce GTX 1080 Ti graphics card.

And despite that, the ArcticStorm Mini still features some impressive specifications with its own integrated water block for liquid cooling technology.

And that’s all of a card that is just 212 mm/ 8.35-inches long.

Zotac explained more with the following:

The card combines the 212 mm (8.35-inch) long super compact design of the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Mini with a full-coverage water block utilizing a nickel plated direct copper contact with precision 0.3mm micro-channels for maximum heat extraction. The see-thru tinted acrylic top allows the cooling magic to be visible, supported by a metal backplate, the overall color neutral design adds the finishing touches with an all-white LED lit touch. Builders now have the option of making one of the most compact with extreme cooling PC gaming systems around and have it fit into any color scheme.

Make for the ultimate compact gaming system with an open-loop water cooling system that incorporates standard G 1/ 4 type fittings make ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1080 Ti ArcticStorm Mini compatible with most third-party liquid cooling solutions. A pair of barbs supporting 10mm ID tubing are also included.

Sadly, Zotac hasn’t revealed any details about the pricing or worldwide availability for the card just yet.

We will be sure to update if we hear more.

Via: TPU

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