The card has been entitled the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti PGF Edition, which will be the company’s flagship graphics card which has been based on Nvidia’s Pascal architecture.
The card will also feature a triple-slot cooling solution along with a dual-split aluminium fin-stack heatsink that is ventilated by three 100mm fans, allowing for extreme cooling features.
They have also fitted the cooler with a range of diffused RGB LED lighting sections, with lights along the top of the fan, around the fan intakes, and at the bottom of the card.
The back-plate also features an acrylic layer to allow it to double up as an LED diffuser.
We don’t know much about the other specifications yet, however, we know that it will draw power from a pair of 8-pin PCIe power connections with a VRM, multi-phase capacitor, and support for ZOTAC’s OC+ external overclocking module.