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ASUS Reveal their GTX 1070 Strix Gaming

ASUS Reveal their GTX 1070 Strix Gaming

ASUS Reveal their GTX 1080 Strix Gaming

ASUS Reveal their GTX 1070 Strix Gaming

 

ASUS has revealed their GTX 1070 Strix Gaming, which offers a factory overclock of over 200MHz on the GPUs boost clock speeds over Nvidia's Founders Edition. 

 

ASUS Reveal their GTX 1080 Strix Gaming  

 

The ASUS ROG GTX 1070 Gaming Strix is the first GPU to use ASUS' new version of their DirectCU III cooler which features ASUS AURA RGB illumination. This lighting is not designed to be overwhelmingly bright but instead subtle, changing the GPUs colour to suit your own PC build, be it ROG Red, Nvidia Green or any other colour you desire, the choice is literally yours. 

This new illumination system can be controlled via ASUS' AURA software, which can also be used to control ASUS RGB mice, keyboards, motherboards and even the RGBs in you case if they are attached to your motherboards RGB LED header.   

 

ASUS Reveal their GTX 1080 Strix Gaming

 

ASUS' ROG 1070 Gaming Strix comes with a factory overclock that boasts boost speeds of over 1850MHz at stock, giving this GPU a decent performance bump when compared to the GTX 1070 Founders Edition. 

 

 Nvidia GTX 1070 Founders EditionASUS GTX 1070 Strix GamingNvidia GTX 1080 Founders EditionASUS GTX 1080 Strix Gaming
GPU Cores1920192025602560
Base clock 1506MHz1683MHz1607MHz1784MHz
Boost clock1683MHz1,8851847MHz1936MHz
Memory TypeGDDR5GDDR5GDDR5XGDDR5X
Memory Speed8008MHz8008MHz10000MHz 10000MHz
Power Input8-Pin8-Pin + 6-Pin8-Pin8-pin + 6-Pin
LED ColourGreenRGBGreenRGB

 

 

This GPU will be built using ASUS' Auto-Extreme technology, meaning that this motherboard is made entirely by machine, which leaves no room for defects during production. This makes this GPU more reliable and consistent than previous GPU manufacturing techniques and has already caused  ASUS' RMA rate to drop significantly with last generation products. 

 

 

This GPU will be the first to offer FanConnect technology, allowing you to connect fans to your GPU and have them controlled via GPU load or temperature with software, allowing you to optimize your system's fan speeds via more than just your CPU temperature many existing control methods. 

 

ASUS Reveal their GTX 1080 Strix Gaming  

 

When in OC mode the ASUS GTX 1070 Gaming Strix comes in with base and boost clock speeds of 1683MHz and 1885MHz, giving this GPU over 150MHz higher base clock and over 200MHz higher boost clocks, making this GPU much faster than its reference/ Founders Edition Counterpart. 

The GTX 1070 Founders Edition will become available to order on June 10th, with non-Founders Edition GPUs becoming available later. 

 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' GTX 1070 Strix Gaming on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

03-06-2016, 12:44:59

Chrazey
So far I like ASUS Strix GPUs over any other in the 1000 family. Didn't like their last gen one though, that was the Gigabyte 980Ti G1 Gaming that got that win from me.

Also really liking the RGB feature on the backplate and the 6 different modes on it.
I like that, it's a nice new touch in my opinion Quote

04-06-2016, 05:05:16

jimma47
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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
So far I like ASUS Strix GPUs over any other in the 1000 family. Didn't like their last gen one though, that was the Gigabyte 980Ti G1 Gaming that got that win from me.

Also really liking the RGB feature on the backplate and the 6 different modes on it.
I like that, it's a nice new touch in my opinion
As far as RGB goes it's pretty good. I do like the last strix as well (stealth is good) but I'm biased I have two of them :P

If I was in the market now I'd be looking at the 1080 Strix or maybe the Founders. EVGA's don't look too bad. Not a fan of the SC, the FTW looks nice and the Classy is a bit odd. I love the RGB control but I think the whole look is ruined by the red mesh on the front. The back suits it though so maybe when I see more photos I may change my mind. I just can't help but think a neutral black, grey or white mesh would be better suited to the RGB lighting.Quote

04-06-2016, 05:22:33

tolagarf
Not a huge fan of the 3 blade fan design. Just like the former version I bet this one will sag like an old granny!Quote

04-06-2016, 05:45:21

King of Old Old School
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Originally Posted by tolagarf View Post
Not a huge fan of the 3 blade fan design. Just like the former version I bet this one will sag like an old granny!
Seems like any three fan setup seems to sag more than a two fan setup, Doesn't look like GPU makers have seem to fix this issue as of yet, They all add these little bits of metal and claim it helps to GPU sag but it really doesn't.Quote

06-06-2016, 23:58:00

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
Seems like any three fan setup seems to sag more than a two fan setup, Doesn't look like GPU makers have seem to fix this issue as of yet, They all add these little bits of metal and claim it helps to GPU sag but it really doesn't.
It does help. But overtime it will eventually sag. Gravity eventually wins.Quote
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