Zotac announced the frequencies of its three graphics cards based on the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti including its high-end model, Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AMP Extreme (ZT-P10810C-10P) accompanied by the Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Ti AMP Edition (ZT-P10810D-10P) and the Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Ti (ZT-P10810B-10P).
All of them use the GP102 graphics processor, made up of 3584 CUDA Cores along with 224 TMUs and 88 ROPs, and attached to 11 GB of GDDR5X memory together with a 352-bit memory interface.
This model uses the IceStorm cooling system accompanied by its ExoArmor with a custom backplate. It includes “0dB” technology where the fans will not rotate at low load, and will include an impressive 16 + 2-phase VRM power supply that promises high Overclocking rates backed by a configuration of two 8 + 8 PCI-Express connectors. As a factory OC model, it has frequencies of 1645/1759 MHz (vs. 1480/1584 MHz) while memory rises slightly to 11.2 GHz (Vs 11 GHz). Its power consumption is set at up to 320W.
- IceStorm Cooling System
- Metallic ExoArmor with backplate
- FREEZE Fan Stop System
- 2 x PowerBoost
- SPECTRA LED Lighting System
- 16 + 2 power phases
- Extreme speed
A more basic model, it maintains the impressive VRM of 16 + 2 power phases, but a more moderate cooling system has been used, although sufficient for the great majority of the users thanks to a dense aluminum radiator crossed by several heatpipes of copper and with a configuration of dual fans. Its frequencies are of 1569/1683 MHz maintaining the memory to 11 GHz. Its power consumption is limited to 270W (against the 250W of the reference model).
A fairly basic model, the design comes to be attractive with the combination of silver and gray along with the name of the graphics card, but all that will stay face down and we will see a black PCB. This model uses a simple reference cooling system with a blower / turbine fan that will raise its temperatures and loudness. Uses the reference frequencies.