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Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Mini Review

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David 7th February 2017, 17:13 Quote
That's quite impressive, although I'd be more impressed if the PCB didn't rise above the PCI bracket.
Digi 7th February 2017, 17:19 Quote
I still cannot justify paying nearly 600 quid for a graphics card for 1080p gaming. Which I'd assume the majority of us game on. But that is what it is, I like the smaller package to fit my smaller-footprint mITX setup.
stealth80 7th February 2017, 20:16 Quote
And so you shouldn't, I think I would cry if someone told me they used a 1080 for 1080P, I use mine for 1440P and its a sweet match
dunx 7th February 2017, 20:57 Quote
The 8-pin connector is top-mounted, which will need to be taken into account in cases that have tight heighT restrictions on cards, especially as the GTX 1080 Mini is already .......(?) quite tall (?)
mi1ez 8th February 2017, 03:31 Quote
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The card comes with a five-year warranty (this may vary by region), which is broken down into two years with the manufacturer and three years with Zotac after that initial period, provided users register their cards with Zotac.

Surely Zotac is the manufacturer?
Dogbert666 8th February 2017, 09:03 Quote
Obviously slipped up when proofing this one :(

Both fixed. First two years are with the retailer.
SMIFFYDUDE 8th February 2017, 09:53 Quote
I remember just after launch when you could still get 1080s for under £600
Vault-Tec 8th February 2017, 10:43 Quote
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Originally Posted by stealth80
And so you shouldn't, I think I would cry if someone told me they used a 1080 for 1080P, I use mine for 1440P and its a sweet match

Yeah it's totally not a 1080p card. I'm still using a Fury X and Titan X (M) and have no real reason to upgrade (I use 1440p).

It's also totally not worth £600 either. That's why I still have a Fury X and Titan X (M) lol.
tonyd223 8th February 2017, 16:16 Quote
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Originally Posted by David
That's quite impressive, although I'd be more impressed if the PCB didn't rise above the PCI bracket.

+1 above bracket height is becoming more important on small builds, especially if the power plugs from the top
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