EVGA Preparing Four GTX 1070 Ti Cards
Ashley Allen / 1 year ago
We’re potentially days away from NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1070 Ti launch, and AIB partners are eagerly preparing their own versions of the forthcoming card. In fact, VideoCardz is reporting that EVGA is launching at least four GTX 1070 Ti cards. Specifically, the four cards appear to include two standard ICX models, another ICX with a custom PCB, and one which closely resembles a reference 1070 Ti.
EVGA’s Four GTX 1070 Ti Cards
Since EVGA abandoned specific branding, we can’t divine much information from the below images. However, we can see that two cards are standard ICX; one silver, one black. In addition, there’s another ICX, but with a wider full-custom ICX. Finally, the fourth card refines NVIDIA’s reference design and features the same blower-type fan.
NVIDIA GeForce 1070 Ti Specifications
The below specifications are yet to be officially confirmed:
- GPU: GP104
- Lithography: 16nm FinFET
- Transistors: 7.2bn
- Chip size: 314mm2
- Boost clock: 1,683MHz
- Base clock: 1,607MHz
- CUDA cores: 2,432
- Memory Capacity: 8GB GDDR5
- Memory bus: 256-bit
- TDP: ~180W
Since the EVGA GTX 1070 Ti cards pictured above are unconfirmed, we don’t know specs for them yet.
Price and Availability
The NVIDIA GeForce 1070 Ti is expected on 26th October, priced £429. However, we don’t know when the EVGA GTX 1070 Ti cards are out or what their MSRP is.