Nvidia just officially launched the rumored GTX 1070 Ti graphics card. Where till now there were rumors saying that Nvidia won’t be allowing factory overclocking on their GTX 1070 Ti graphics card. Well that does not seem to be the case with the Zotac variants. As all their three offerings including AMP, AMP Extreme and Mini version will come with a factory overclock.
According to Videocards, Zotac is planning to come out with three different versions of the new GTX 1070 Ti graphics card from Nvidia. Though for now there are no details regarding what the specs would be on any of them. Aside from that The GTX 1070 Ti AMP and AMP Extreme variants will also come equipped with a custom PCB. That will require an 8-pin PCIe connector to get powered on.
Between the two variants including the GTX 1070 Ti AMP and AMP Extreme from Zotac. The only real difference is between the cooler designs. Where the GTX 1070 Ti AMP Extreme edition comes equipped with a triple fan design, with an LED lit shroud. While the GTX 1070 Ti AMP edition comes with a dual fan design. There will also be a mini version of the GTX 1070 Ti from Zotac. That would have the same size and length as the recently launched mini version of GTX 1080 from Zotac.
There is a lot yet to be known about Nvidia’s new offering the GTX 1070 TI. Though the only details that we know so far is that card is based on the GP104 GPU. That comes with a total of 2432 CUDA cores coupled with 8GB of RAM. That runs on a 256-bit memory interface with a 180W TDP. While the pricing on the cards would be somewhere around the $450 mark, depending on the model of course.
What do you think about the GTX 1070 Ti from Nvidia. Would it be a better option compared to what AMD is offering with VEGA?
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