Nvidia announces GeForce GTX 1070 Ti GPU; starting price is Rs. 39000

At OverclockersUK, you can now find custom GTX 1070Ti's going for between £439.99 and £499.99. You get 2432 Cuda cores, which is higher than the 1070 but a bit less than the 1080 which has 2560. Nvidia's partners have built cards with thermals and power accessories that allow gamers to push performance way past stock specifications.

One good example is EVGA's Precision XOC / OC Scanner X. However the boost clock of the 1070 is 1683 MHz while the 1080 has a boost clock of 1733 MHz.

The GTX 1070 TI is set to launch on November 2nd, and you should be able to start pre-ordering at your favourite retailer already. As its name clearly suggests, the GTX 1070 Ti is positioned between NVIDIA's GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 GPUs. This could lead to reaching nearly the same percentage of overclocking performance. The graphics card is supposed to compete with the AMD Vega 56 that performs better than the Nvidia GTX 1070.

This means that only one SM is disabled out of the maximum 20 - this translates to just 128 CUDA Cores less than GeForce GTX 1080. When it comes to memory, the GTX 1070 Ti is identical to the GTX 1070 with 8GB of GDDR5 memory clocked at 8.00 GHz for a total bandwidth of 256GB/s. Living up to the expectations, it is said to have twice the power of GeForce GTX 970.

Following up the announcement from Nvidia, Zotac has been quick to announce 3 of their own cards based on the new 1070ti which include the AMP Extreme, AMP Edition and Mini. Much like the 1080 Ti released earlier this year, it serves as an upgraded version of the existing GTX 1070 model.

Nvidia claims the 1070 Ti offers more than three times the performance of previous-generation graphics cards.

  • Valerie Cook