A Closer Look
Zotac’s Amp Extreme is a standard height card that doesn’t extend much past the rear I/O bracket much. This should make those with smaller form factor cases happy. The card is quite long in comparison though, just over 12 inches makes it just as long as if not a hair longer than most aftermarket cards.
Zotac uses a one-piece back plate to cover the entire card with a cutout directly over where the GPU die sits as well as a small cutout where the power connections are. The Zotac Gaming and Live to Game_ Logos are silk screened on the back of the brushed finish.
Video outputs follow the default Nvidia layout with a trio of DisplayPort 1.4 connections, an HDMI 2.0b, and a USB Type-C with support for the upcoming Virtual Link.
Power is provided with a 6-pin and 8-pin connection at the rear of the PCB. The cooling solution extends beyond the end of the card.
The Zotac Gaming logo on the side of the card lights up in blue by default but is Spectra Enabled.
Zotac’s Firestorm utility contains a Spectra section for controlling the lighting or turning it off.