Nvidia announces GeForce GXT 1070 Ti (Sneak Preview)

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Nvidia today announced its GeForce GTX 1070 Ti. In this news items we’ll show you both the MSI GeForce GXT 1070 Ti Gaming and Titanium Sneak as well as the PALIT GeForce GXT 1070 Ti Super Je...

    Nvidia announces GeForce GXT 1070 Ti (Sneak Preview)
     
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    I must admit, I'm a little disapointed, I know its not your fault but I was hoping there would have been reviews today instead off nothing more than confirmation on what was already known.
     
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    That could still come later today
     

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    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    No reviews today, the embargo lifts next Thursday on that one I'm afraid.
     
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    For $449 and capped clock frequency, I prefer the GTX 1080. Would have been more attractive to see a GTX 1060 TI by far...

    What nvidia needs to bury AMD is not a GTX 1070 TI, That they need is release the support for freesync, it seems that they didn't learn anything with physx ...
     
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    Many models around $500?
     
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    Well $470 to high side of $520 USD
     
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    Wow, that Palit card is thick, looks like a brick! Deep heatsink on that one.

    6pin & 8pin power connectors on one of those MSI cards, along with an advertisement that it's for 'extreme' overclocking - so looks like we can completely be safe in the knowledge that these cards will not be blocked from overclocking like some of the rumours were suggesting - good stuff!

    Looking forward to the reviews on the GTX 1070ti, and in particular how it performs when both core & VRAM are overclocked to the max - will be reading up on Guru3D on Nov 2nd! How far will it be away from overclocked GTX 1080, this is what I'm hoping to find out in the reviews.
     
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    At 600$ cad for the cheapest models i would rather just pay the 50$ difference and get the 1080 looks like i am back to the waiting game.....
     

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    Hilbert-There you go Msi finally made a Silver/white themed card.If I recall correctly you were saying you did not like the red/black themed cards clashing in certin builds.
     
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    So much for this having a better price than 1080s. Cheapest I see on NewEgg.ca is $605 Vs $650 for a 1080. Unless their performance is identical when overclocked people might as well just buy 1080s.
     
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    I'm not seeing $600 Neo Cyrus
     
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    In Canada we are.
     
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    Aww I see
     

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    sadly they went with the general price of the vega 56
    they should have went 430-450 and been done with it even if the thing does just as well as a 1080 why not just spend another 30usd in some sales to get the ram?
    you know when overclocked its going to be very close in performance even so the 1070 might be a better deal at 399
    the only way I would even think about 1060ti is if was a 256 bit card on a "failed" 1070 core
     
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    Lower the price. I don't buy $450 GPU's just like I don't buy $450 CPU's. Make a product even casual enthusiasts would want. At $450+ their market segment is niche of a niche.

    Then again NVidia knows AMD can't afford to drop prices on the 56 too much so they can comfortably sell this just above the 56's break even point and collect the majority of sales in that price group.

    I really do wish we had a third competitor in the GPU space....AMD is such a woeful competitor to both Intel and NVidia, they do just enough to keep Intel/Nvidia semi-honest but no more.
     
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    my opinion is that 1080 will disappear easily now.
    I think this product is meant to replace the 1080 at a lower price point and leave aout 1070ti and 1080ti
     
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    Yep. It was entirely based on that imo. If/when vega 56 slips on price, the 1070ti will likely go down with it as well. Pretty sure Nvidia will keep a close eye on vega 56 actual selling price around the markets.
     
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    I just been checking the prices at our local store and it seems I can see given the prices they just put up that I can get a 1080 for just 30 euro more then their 1070 TI prices...

    I guess will need to wait for reviews but important for me is video decoding given I currently own a 980 which does not have10bit VP9/HEVC HW decoding. Is the 1070 TI going to have the same video decoder spec as the 1080 / 1080 TI or maybe is there is improovement in this area? Is this something you will cover in your review Hilbert?
     

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