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NVIDIA GTX 1070 Ti Final Specs Revealed

All the data of the NVIDIA GTX 1070 Ti are released, which will be officially launched on October 26 and we just need to see how good it is in the benchmarks with video games.

On October 26, the new NVIDIA GTX 1070 Ti graphics cards will be officially launched and they will hit the market on November 2, with a price that would be around $ 450, which could be about € 499. This is just speculation, because until they reach the market or are officially presented, it cannot be confirmed. The NVIDIA solution comes to compete directly with the AMD RX Vega solutions, which have not been excessive competition, due to their limited performance and aberrant consumption.

NVIDIA will integrate the GTX 1070 Ti with a GP104 silicon, which, obviously, has been developed based on the Pascal architecture and will have a total of 2432 CUDA Cores and will have 152 TMUs and 64 ROPs. Regarding the frequencies, this graphics card will work at 1607MHz base and in Boost mode, this graphics card will reach 1683MHz with a total of 8GB of GDDR5 @ 8.0GHz memory. It will have a 180W TDP, the same TDP that the GTX 1080 currently has and the performance should be close to that of this graphics card, surpassing it even if we do a little OC.

Regarding Vega, clearly this graphics card is in power above the RX Vega 56 and also in consumption, since the AMD solution has a TDP of 210W. If we look at the table, the GTX 1070 Ti, with considerably less GPU Cores, would offer superior performance, a sample of the great features of NVIDIA's graphics. We emphasize that the table of the Vega, from TechPowerUp has an error, since the Vega 56 does not use GDDR5 memories, they use HBM2 memories.

Source: TPU

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Robert Sole

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  1. More of the same, they preferred to create this new one and keep the price of the 1080 being the same in consumption and performance for a couple of dollars less

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