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Nvidia launches Gaming Perfected Graphics Card ‘GeForce GTX 1070 Ti’

Nvidia launches Gaming Perfected Graphics Card ‘GeForce GTX 1070 Ti’

There are most challenging and graphics-intensive games releasing day by day, in this fast-tech world. The Ti and graphics cards deliver the incredible speed and power of NVIDIA Pascal™, the most advanced gaming GPU architecture ever created. This is the ultimate gaming platform with incredible speed and power of NVIDIA Pascal.

GeForce GTX 10-series graphics cards are powered by Pascal architecture to deliver up to 3X the performance of previous-generation graphics cards. Plus, they give you innovative new gaming technologies and breakthrough VR experiences. To prepare the GeForce GTX 1070 Ti for its mission, Nvidia channels a lot of GTX 1080’s DNA, including vapor chamber cooling and a five-phase power supply. Although the 1070 Ti’s GP104 processor has one of its SMs disabled, performance from the remaining 19 is so good that Nvidia forces board partners to standardize their operating frequencies. Otherwise, overclocked models would beat entry-level GeForce GTX 1080s out of the box.

A $450 price tag really doesn’t leave much room between existing 1070s and 1080s, so there will still be overlap above and below new 1070 Tis. Neat segmentation doesn’t seem to be the point, though. This card appears purpose-built to take Radeon RX Vega 56 out at the kneecaps.

GeForce GTX 1080 utilizes GP104 in its entirety, exposing 2560 CUDA cores through 20 Streaming Multiprocessors. GTX 1070 was realized by lopping off five of those SMs, leaving 1920 active CUDA cores. Meanwhile, GeForce GTX 1070 Ti sports 19 SMs. Given 128 single-precision CUDA cores and eight texture units per SM, that adds up to 2432 CUDA cores and 152 texture units. Already, the 1070 Ti looks more like 1080 than its namesake.

GPU
GeForce GTX 1080 (GP104)
GeForce GTX 1070 Ti (GP104)GeForce GTX 1070 (GP104)
SMs
201915
CUDA Cores
256024321920
Base Clock
1607 MHz
1607 MHz
1506 MHz
GPU Boost Clock
1733 MHz1683 MHz
1683 MHz
GFLOPs (Base Clock)
822878165783
Texture Units
160152120
Texel Fill Rate
277.3 GT/s244.3 GT/s201.9 GT/s
Memory Data Rate
10 Gb/s8 Gb/s
8 Gb/s
Memory Bandwidth
320 GB/s256 GB/s
256 GB/s
ROPs
646464
L2 Cache
2MB2MB2MB
TDP
180W
180W
150W
Transistors
7.2 billion7.2 billion7.2 billion
Die Size
314 mm²314 mm²314 mm²
Process Node
16nm16nm16nm

Nvidia gives 1070 Ti a 1607 MHz base clock, exactly matching the 1080’s floor under taxing workloads. A 1683 MHz GPU Boost rating isn’t as aggressive, but again, GeForce GTX 1070 Ti’s plumbing is very 1080-like, so we might anticipate more overclocking headroom than, say, a vanilla 1070 and its pipe-based cooler. This is reinforced by a 180W thermal design power specification. Again, that’s GTX 1080 territory compared to 1070’s 150W target.

GP104’s back-end remains intact, including an aggregate 256-bit memory bus, 64 ROPs, and 2MB of shared L2 cache. But whereas GeForce GTX 1080 employs 8GB of 10 Gb/s GDDR5X memory, driving up to 320 GB/s of bandwidth, the 1070 Ti uses 8 Gb/s GDDR5, just like GeForce GTX 1070. If you were hoping this card would serve up superior Ethereum mining performance, that memory spec may be disappointing.

Nvidia is selling its GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Founders Edition card through geforce.com for $450. We may not love the 1070 Ti’s positioning, but at least enthusiasts can grab one without getting gouged if their opinions differ. GeForce GTX 1070 Ti lands just where you’d expect it. Nvidia knew its target and hit it. You can expect great frame rates at 2560×1440 similar to GeForce GTX 1070 and Radeon RX Vega 56 but nothing you haven’t seen before.

Pros:

  • Excellent 1440p performance
  • Faster than Radeon RX Vega 56
  • Highly overclockable
  • GTX 1080-class cooling/power
  • Availability at launch price

Cons:

  • Uninspiring price

Credits: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1070-ti-8gb,5311-20.html

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