GTX 1080 ArcticStorm Thermaltake

The Zotac brand just turned 10 years old and to celebrate it has been dedicated to launch commemorative versions of several of its star products, among which are a graphics card with water block to use it in liquid cooling systems called GTX 1080 ArcticStorm Thermaltake A HB SLI new bridge, called HB SLI bridge, a PCIe SSD 480GB called Sonix, a mini computer called Magnus EN1080 and, finally, a backpack portable virtual reality VR called Go.

Of course, survive 10 years in a fiercely competitive market such as the computer hardware is not something that is available to all companies; in fact, very recently we learned that VT3D missed the closing. And this market segment is one where there are many companies competing for clients who are not precisely change of components every so often (although some lucky who can afford it there, of course), so not only have to retain your regular customer for a long time, if not attract new ones.

As I said, to celebrate these 10 years of hard work, Zotac has released limited editions of several of its products, which have not communicated the prices though as good limited editions, will not be cheap.


The first of which I speak is the Zotac GTX 1080 ArcticStorm Thermaltake 10 Year Anniversary Edition, which is, as you can guess, a graphics card Geforce GTX 1080 to which has been added a water block Thermaltake and is designed to be included liquid cooling circuits as through their liquid inlets 1/4 Gas thread integrated. The graph has two different Bios, where the first maintains frequencies of 1657 MHz (base) / 1797 MHz (boost) whereas the second is more conservative and leave the frequencies 1632 MHz (base) / 1,771 MHz (boost) . To continue the theme set by the graphics, it has also launched a new Zotac SLI SLI bridge called HB Bridge which allows faster data transmission between the graphs.

The next thing you have launched is its SSD Sonix 10 Year Anniversary Edition, equipped with 480 GB of memory Toshiba MLC NAND uses the PCIe x4 connection motherboards to achieve dizzying speed transmission, reaching up to 2,800 MB / s in reading and 1,500 MB / s in writing.

Leaving behind loose components, Zotac has launched a new review of your mini computer with Magnus EN1080 10 Year Anniversary Edition within which the brand has managed to cram a liquid cooling to cool the Intel Core i7 6700 processor and the MXM module which is installed GTX Geforce 1080. the mini PC frees two slots DDR4 RAM so that your user can set you the modules that make up to 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) and an M.2 slot and a 2.5-inch bay to install all storage.

Finally, it has also presented his backpack improved VR Zotac Go in which the final weight has dropped quite a while has increased the durability of components. Inside is a graphics card GTX 1070 with two removable batteries hot, which allow prolonging the operating life of the laptop.

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