While it could be the shortest GTX 1080 Ti on the market, measuring 212mm (8.35-inch), the new Zotac GTX 1080 Ti ArcticStorm Mini still isn't a single-slot card, due to the DVI output port. In order to keep the GP102 as well as the rest of the components well cooled, Zotac used a full cover water block with nickel-plated direct copper contact and 0.3mm micro-channels.
The block also comes with standard G1/4 fittings, an acrylic top, a metal backplate which should help to support the short PCB and white LEDs.
Zotac also included a slight factory-overclock pushing the base GPU clock to 1506MHz and GPU Boost clock to 1620MHz. It still comes with 11GB of 11008MHz-clocked GDDR5X memory on a 352-bit memory interface.
Zotac didn't reveal any details regarding the price or the availability date but those running SFF systems should find the shorter PCB quite appealing.