Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti Benchmarks, Specifications, Release, Pricing And Everything Else That You Need To Know
Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti will be announced in 3 days so I thought it would be best to compile everything that we know about the Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti in one place so you can get all the information in a single go. We will keep this page updated in order to keep things as they are.
For those of you that do not know, the Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti will be coming out in order to compete with the AMD Vega 56 which beats the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 as of right now. Nvidia has dominated the GPU market at all fronts and it seems that team Green will not have the AMD Vega 56 beat the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 and hence we have the Nvidia e GTX 1070 Ti announcement on the 26th of this month.
It will be a paper launch and you will be able to buy the Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti later on in November but you will know the specifications of the GPU from Nvidia by then and will be able to decide whether or not you want to make the upgrade. The hype is pretty strong with this one and I am sure there are plenty of people that are looking forward to upgrading to the Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti.
Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti Specifications
Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti specifications are pretty close to the GTX 1080, the base clock is the same and the boost clock matches that of the GTX 1070. The SM count is only one less than the GTX 1080 so that should also give you an idea of what this GPU will be capable of. If not then we are going to talk about performance further so read on.
The Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti features the GP104 GPU, which can also be found in the GTX 1080, another similarity. The graphics card comes with 432 CUDA cores and 152 Texture Mapping Units this means that the GPU will have 128 CUDA cores and 12 TMUs less than the GTX 1080.
The specifications look great but it is important to note that unlike the GTX 1080 that features GDDR5X memory, the Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti will feature slower GDDR5 memory instead. The graphics card has a base clock of 1607 MHz and a boost clock of 1683 MHz.
There have been rumors that the graphics card will be locked and that users will not be able to overclock them. That would make sense because Nvidia does not want the 1070 To to impact sales of the GTX 1080 but that has not been confirmed yet. Pascal is known for overclocking and so are Ti branded cards so we should wait for the official announcement.
Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti Benchmarks
The Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti seems to be only 2% slower than the GTX 1080 in Ashes of the Singularity benchmarks but it does not seem to beat the AMD Vega 56. Having that said the performance will vary from title to title and these are early numbers that will get better with the introduction of better drivers and optimization but if the Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti is only 2% slower than the GTX 1080 then it is great value for money.
You can check out the performance benchmarks of the Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti below:
Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti Price
The GPU is expected to cost $100 less than the GTX 1080 and if that is the case then you can expect to see a price tag of about $420. This has not been confirmed by Nvidia or AIB partners so do take this with a grain of salt. There have been speculations that with the introduction of this new graphics card there will be price cuts but that is not something that you should count on.
The mining boom is going to continue on until next year, according to analysts and miners will be one of the reasons why you might not be able to get one of these GPUs are launch. The custom versions will vary in price so stay tuned for specifics.
Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti Custom Variants
Even though the Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti announcement is a few days away we have still got a couple of leaks and listings that have confirmed the custom models that different AIB partners will be releasing and you can check the different versions out below.
We have confirmations from Asus, Gigabyte, MSI, Zotac and KFA2. There will be more versions coming out later on down the line so stay tuned for more information regarding the custom GPUs. If you are in the market for a new GPU then you might as well wait a few more days for the GTX 1070 Ti reviews to come out before you make a purchase decision.
Let us know what you think about the Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti and whether or not you are interested in buying one of these GPUs when the come out.