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GeForce GTX 1070 Ti is (almost) here: Watch Steve do the unboxing thing

By Julio Franco ยท 7 replies
Oct 26, 2017
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  1. We have on hand MSI's upcoming GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, with the review now in the works for the official release next week, November 2nd. As you know, the standard GTX 1070 has been one of the go-to GPUs of the past year offering killer gaming performance combined with great value.

    Nvidia Founders Edition cards are expected to ship for $449, with partner cards expected to launch shortly after. Pre-orders opened today on GeForce.com and Newegg, which may not be such a bad idea to jump on considering the crazy demand and pricing of GPUs we've seen lately due to mining.

    The GTX 1070 Ti will be a bumped revision of the original, set to counter AMD's RX Vega 56, it features 2432 CUDA cores, a base clock of 1607MHz (compared to 1920 CUDA/1506MHz clock in the GTX 1070) and 8GB of GDDR5 memory running at 8Gbps for a total bandwidth of 256GB/s.

    For now we'll leave you with the video above and the promise of a fully featured review next week.

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  2. amstech

    amstech IT Overlord Posts: 2,098   +1,261

    This GPU makes no sense to me!
    But who cares! Lets see it rip.
  3. VitalyT

    VitalyT Russ-Puss Posts: 4,307   +2,772

    Is there any edition of the video card that comes with this awesome beast? -

    I would buy one right on the spot, no matter the price!

    P.S. Never mind the lube, I got plenty of it.
  4. Makes sense where I live. Local store already taking preorders. I plan to buy one. I was going to get a 1070, but this is not much more (if you were looking at a 1070, the cost of the 1070Ti isn't much more), it's significantly cheaper than a 1080 and what sealed the deal is that they explicitly say the card has HDMI 2.0b and DisplayPort 1.4 (I don't know about this particular MSI one, but the ones available to me do) for displays with a lot of pixels and HDR
  5. Mighty Duck

    Mighty Duck TS Addict Posts: 136   +73

    Are there any chances for the next Volta GTX '70 model to perform similar to the current GTX 1080Ti? I mean, that's what has happened in the past, right?:

    GTX 770 ~ GTX 680ti
    GTX 970 ~ GTX 780ti
    GTX 1070 ~ GTX 980ti

    If that were to be the case, then I would wait until next year to buy such a card, at a price similar to this GTX 1070ti. My GTX 970 can still take a little more punishement anyway.
  6. Vulcanproject

    Vulcanproject TS Evangelist Posts: 672   +897

    Vega 56 response.

    Vega 56 was a reasonable alternative to the GTX1070 for gamers, but by the looks of it this will smack it down.
  7. ZackL04

    ZackL04 TS Maniac Posts: 497   +242

    Your on the right track, cept there never was a 680ti.

    But, with your logic there is always something better around the corner right?
  8. ddferrari

    ddferrari TS Maniac Posts: 411   +187

    RIP Vega

    Even AIB companies aren't bothering with it.

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