Claimed as the smallest graphics card universal, Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Mini ITX 8G is able to cram all the malignancy of the standard GeForce GTX 1080 (the original has a length of 26.7 cm) into the size of super cute garfis card which now has a length of only 16.9 cm only. The reduction in size does not necessarily come with a decrease in performance. Although it has a fairly small size, but basically Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Mini graphics ITX 8G brings the base-clock 1607MHz and boost-clock 1733MHz in Gaming Mode, which can then be increased significantly into base-clock 1632MHz and boost-clock 1771MHz on OC Mode.
For its own jit-to-cooler solution, Gigabyte is said to have to install a system designed specifically to display three copper pure copper composite pipes and 90mm fans (with Active 3D technology). While the compact design presented will certainly help to effectively dissipate the hot air and ensure that existing gameplay sessions can continue unhindered in the strict limits of a chassis.
Not only that, as predicted before with the Gigabyte graphics card, you will find AORUS Graphics Engine which has the concept of one-click overclocking from an easy-to-use interface. While related price and availability itself, unfortunately still not been announced by Gigabyte so far.