ZOTAC is preparing for Computex 2017 by announcing its new GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Mini graphics card, which comes in at just 8.2 inches (21cm) long.
The company is releasing the new GTX 1080 Ti Mini in two flavors: air-cooled, and watercooled.
The watercooled version features ZOTAC's ArcticStorm full cover water block, while the air-cooled version features a dual-fan cooling solution. Both versions are dual-slot, which is great to see in something so compact.
ZOTAC has managed to get all of the components onto a small card, which is an engineering feat considering the 11GB of GDDR5X takes up considerable space. As VideoCardz points out, it's a good thing to see because it means we have super-small GeForce graphics cards, without requiring HBM2 technology that is both scarce, and expensive.