ZOTAC has been releasing some of the best high-end GeForce graphics cards over the last few years, with the GeForce GTX 1080 AMP! Extreme one of the best GTX 10 series cards, period. Now the company is back, celebrating its 10-year anniversary with a massive event at the Mira Hotel in Hong Kong.
During the event, ZOTAC unveiled their new GeForce GTX 1080 ArcticStorm Thermaltake 10 Year Anniversary Edition graphics card, which the company teases has a "completely new PCB which delivers 16 power phases (instead of the traditional 8+2 power phase) on the board, enabling significantly greater power regulation at higher speeds. Another feature that gives more control into user's hands is the innate ability to support dual BIOS, and enabling BIOS switching via FIRESTORM".
The default BIOS on the watercooled GTX 1080 from ZOTAC has slightly increased clocks than the normal GTX 1080 ArcticStorm, hitting base/boost clocks of 1657/1797MHz, respectively. I'm sure it'll be capable of much more, and those building custom PC rigs are going to be in love with the design.
ZOTAC even throws in its new limited edition HB SLI bridge in the box for the GTX 1080 ArcticStorm Thermaltake 10 Year Anniversary Edition graphics card.
ZOTAC International CEO, Tony Wong, said: "I would like to acknowledge our staff's effort in making this happen - both this event and the past 10 years. Since putting the name ZOTAC onto the things we make, we have never stopped finding ways to make it even better. Our ultimate vision is to put ZOTAC into every piece of technology we use".
Kenny Lin, the CEO and Chairman of Thermaltake added: "It is a great honor to partner with ZOTAC to bring the ultimate thermal solution to the ZOTAC 10th Anniversary GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card. We look forward to more future opportunities to develop more exciting products together".
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