Zotac GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Review
Peter Donnell / 6 years ago
A Closer Look
The Zotac 1070 Ti is drop dead gorgeous, I mean, just look at this absolute beast of a card! Subtle it is not, it’s aggressive, brash, and it’s pretty darn huge too.
The three custom fans promise to deliver huge amounts of airflow, and their unique design will help better drive air through the card.
There are a few different surface finishes on this card, including that tight carbon fibre weave design. There’s also a clear plastic Zotac logo on the side, with some built-in LED lighting that matches up with the other LED strips on the card.
The card is pretty hefty, clocking in at a three slot deep design. This could limit SLI configuration, so make sure your motherboard has the appropriate PCIe spacing to do so.
The reverse of the card really shows the extreme nature of this design, with its military grey and bright yellow backplate design. There’s lots of ventilation here too, and the metal cover even wraps around the sides of the card.
Two 8-pin PSU connectors will get the job done with this card.
However, if you’re wanting that power delivery bragging aspect, you can pump up the voltage stability with four 6-pin into two 8-pin adaptors… Jebus!
Hooking up multiple displays and VR hardware isn’t going to be an issue here. The 1070 Ti offers up a single HDMI, three DP, and a DVI port. There’s also plenty of ventilation back here, allowing for lots of air flow.