Desktops with liquid cooling are in luck. And it is that Zotac has launched the ArcticStorm version of its NVIDIA GeForce 1080 GTX latest generation has a liquid cooling block that covers the entire PCB graphics card.
The ZOTAC GeForce 1080 GTX has a GPU ArcticStorm GP104 NVIDIA (based on the 1080 GTX configuration) offering 2,560 CUDA cores, 160 TMU and 64 ROP. The chip offers clock speeds higher for the current consumer market, with a core of 1632MHz / 1771 MHz in boost mode. The card also has 8 GB of memory GDDR5X. But do not let us explain its better than the website of Zotac specifications.
The system ArcticStorm Zotac
But what really stands out is its dissipation system that is managed by a block of water that occupies the entire PCB GPU, as we mentioned above. One of the peculiarities of that block is consists of small channels micro 0.3 mm increasing considerably, according to the manufacturer, the dissipation of all areas of the PCB starting with the GPU itself and continuing, of course, in the area of VRM and memory.
Of course the possibilities of OC are brutal, telling the chart with two 8-pin connectors for their own food and making it clear he wants to be one of the leading exponents in terms of customizing the new flagship of Nvidia.
I could not miss, too, the degree of customization in lighting a wide range of manufacturers available to us leaving, in this case, to customize the lighting on the side of the card according to our tastes and consistent with the colors of our hardware.