ASUS GTX1070 Strix Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

ASUS GTX 1070 Strix Review

Introduction

There seems to be a rush of Pascal equipped cards flooding into the OC3D offices lately. From the nVidia Founders Edition via the MSI Gaming X to the most recent Gainward Phoenix. All of them have been great performers, giving GTX 980 Ti frame rates for reduced power consumption, whilst also including all the ANSEL and VSync goodness that nVidia are providing with their latest GPU.

Today we've got the next in the ASUS Strix range in our bench system. With the same DirectCU III cooler as the GTX 1080, ASUS' excellent AURA lighting system and a decent overclocking hike it should put itself about as one of the premiere GTX 1070 cards around.

As always though, what things should be and what they are is why we put them through our OC3D Benchmark suite, so instead of merely postulating let's get down to business and see how it performs.

Technical Specifications

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Most Recent Comments

15-07-2016, 10:54:50

Steffen
Thank You for this Review, i am going to pair this 1070 with the Formula MoBo, to keep the stealth Look.Quote

20-07-2016, 06:12:31

Peace
From the specs it looks like they gave you the OC model, you might wanted to mention that.

I want that card so badly, but it's nowhere available here in Germany :/Quote

20-07-2016, 07:08:26

Kaapstad
@TTL

Why do sites like TechPowerUp not list your reviews ?

I list links to a lot of reviews in the threads I run over at Overclockers UK and really like posting your ones as they are good reviews.

If I don't check that often on your home page I can miss important reviews, it would be nice if other sites like TechPowerUp posted links to them along with all the others they list.

I do like your reviews and videos these days as the standard is very high.Quote

20-07-2016, 07:42:45

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kaapstad View Post
@TTL

Why do sites like TechPowerUp not list your reviews ?

I list links to a lot of reviews in the threads I run over at Overclockers UK and really like posting your ones as they are good reviews.

If I don't check that often on your home page I can miss important reviews, it would be nice if other sites like TechPowerUp posted links to them along with all the others they list.

I do like your reviews and videos these days as the standard is very high.
Ive actually no idea why they dont dude, Im not sure who's 'job' it is over there to list specific sites.

Im not sure how it would go down if I asked them to list mine, I think Id probably get the reply "you dont list ours" or something similar

Thank you for the kind words about the videos, I have been trying to up the quality a lot the last few months with the new office and 60FPS recording and editing now.

Still a long way to go yet though Quote

20-07-2016, 09:43:54

Greenback
because Tom's are better and they don't want to lose visitorsQuote
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