NVIDIA Announced The GTX 1070 Ti With 2432 CUDA Cores For $449
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The NVIDIA GTX 1070 Ti is finally here that might be great for people who need that good Gaming Performance at a not so high price point. This GPU is a significant upgrade to the regular GTX 1070 & on paper it’s really close to the GTX 1080. NVIDIA says that it has double the performance compared to the GTX 970. So, let’s have a look at the highlighting specifications…
NVIDIA GTX 1070 Ti SPECIFICATIONS
- Base Clock: 1607 MHz
- Boost Clock: 1683 MHz
- CUDA Cores: 2432
- VRAM: 8GB GDDR5
- Max Resolution Supported: 8K (7680 x 4320) @ 60Hz
- DirectX Support: DirectX 12
- API Support: OpenGL 4.5 & Vulkan
- BUS Type: PCIe 3.0
- Connector Types: DisplayPort 1.4, HDMI 2.0 b, DL-DVI
- Max Temperature: 94° Celsius
- GPU Power: 180W
- Connector: 8-pin
The good news is you can overclock the 1070 Ti so, if you have been hearing rumors that there will be no overclocking support on this GPU, that was a false news. NVIDIA also claims that the 1070 Ti is capable of handling HDR & VR games pretty well.
Also, as the 1070 Ti comes really close to a GTX 1080, we don’t recommend you to buy the GTX 1070 anymore until you must save $50 on your purchase. So, yes the the regular GTX 1070 costs $399 right now & for the GTX 1070 Ti the price is around $449.
Pre-orders have been already started & you can order one right now from NVIDIA’s Website. It will be available Worldwide on November 2.