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Two ASUS GTX 1070 Ti GPU models have been pictured

Will Nvidia's GTX 1070 Ti GPUs ship without OC editions?

Two ASUS GTX 1070 Ti GPU models have been pictured

Two ASUS GTX 1070 Ti GPU models have been pictured

The launch of Nvidia's GTX 1070 Ti is coming ever closers, with new models being pictured on a regular basis. This morning two of ASUS' GTX 1070 Ti models have been pictured, a Turbo edition with a blower-style cooler and a Strix versions with ASUS' triple fan Strix series cooler.

Neither of these GPU models is listed with a factory GPU overclock, though both come with box art that details support for ASUS GPU Tweak, which hints that previous rumours that these new GPUs are not overclockable are false. What would the purpose of GPU-Tweak be if these GPUs couldn't be overclocked?

It has also been rumoured that all GTX 1070 Ti models will ship with the same base/boost clock speeds at retail, regardless of the user's chosen variant, something that is likely to due to this GPU's specifications being so close to Nvidia's GTX 1080, as overclocked variants could have the potential to outperform reference GTX 1080 GPUs.    

  

Two ASUS GTX 1070 Ti GPU models have been pictured

(Images from Videocardz)  
Two ASUS GTX 1070 Ti GPU models have been pictured

 

At this time it is unknown when Nvidia plans to release their upcoming GTX 1070 Ti series of GPUs, though it is expected to be soon given the recent increases in leaked images and information.   

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23-10-2017, 11:13:26

Wraith
Given the recent leaks I'm not surprised, all the 1070Ti seems to be is an overclocked 1070 with a few extra CUDAs enabled.Quote

23-10-2017, 11:27:13

Korreborg
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Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
Given the recent leaks I'm not surprised, all the 1070Ti seems to be is an overclocked 1070 with a few extra CUDAs enabled.
Well then the 1080 is also "just" an overclocked 1070
They are all the same chip = GP104
The 1060 is GP106
And 1080 ti/titan is GP102Quote

23-10-2017, 11:49:03

steverebo
They really are milking Pascal for all its worth. Although ethically wrong Nvidia are just doing what businesses do. This card is purely aimed at kicking AMD square in the nuts with their poor performing power hungry cards and I had such high hopes for VegaQuote

23-10-2017, 14:53:49

KTM_RULZ
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Originally Posted by steverebo View Post
They really are milking Pascal for all its worth. Although ethically wrong Nvidia are just doing what businesses do. This card is purely aimed at kicking AMD square in the nuts with their poor performing power hungry cards and I had such high hopes for Vega
How is it ethically wrong?Quote

23-10-2017, 15:05:22

steverebo
Bumping prices and charging what they do plus releasing pointless products to milk consumers for every penny. I would says that's morally wrongQuote
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