Zotac has teased their upcoming GeForce GTX PGF graphics card, which you can see features a non-reference design. It is built on a custom-designed PCB and the card has some pretty cool multi-color LED lighting. The card features an acrylic back-plate that look like it has a neon strip along its edges. There is also a Zotac logo on the side of the card that will light up. We are unsure if the lighting is RGB, but with all the RGB craziness lately we can assume it is.
This card is expected to be factory-overclocked as it looks to be using a 6+8 pin PCIe power connector. This is compared to the single 8 pin connector on the reference “Founders Edition” GTX 1080. We can see a tantalum multi-phase capacitor sticking out through the back-plate, so we expect Zotac to give this card a very strong VRM as well.