Monday, October 9th 2017

NVIDIA GTX 1070 Ti Confirmed with Release of MSI Afterburner 4.4.0 Beta 19

Rumors of a forthcoming GTX 1070 Ti have been circulating for some time now, but today saw the first concrete evidence of the existence of NVIDIA's latest card. MSI, a NVIDIA add-in card partner, has preempted the official announcement, by adding core voltage control for reference design NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti series graphics cards to MSI Afterburner 4.4.0 Beta 19. The latest build also includes numerous other changes, which are detailed in the source. As we reported earlier, the GTX 1070 Ti is part of NVIDIA's anticipated addition to its performance SKUs ahead of the holiday season and is, of course, a response to the release of AMD's latest GPUs, RX Vega 56 & Vega 64.

Source: Guru3D
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11 Comments on NVIDIA GTX 1070 Ti Confirmed with Release of MSI Afterburner 4.4.0 Beta 19

#1
Nkd
This looks more like card for miners. Why would nvidia release this actually boggles my mind. Vega 56 and 64 are selling for more than MSRP, much more and they are not even readily available. To respond to competition is to admit competition has a better product when they really dont. Unless they are losing sales to miners I understand, but when it came to gaming they already had the upper hand. Now pricing is already inflated on the 1070 and 1080, how does this fit in at 429 msrp still makes me think. I bet you find this closer to 500 when it hits shelves.
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#2
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
Nkd said:
This looks more like card for miners. Why would nvidia release this actually boggles my mind. Vega 56 and 64 are selling for more than MSRP, much more and they are not even readily available. To respond to competition is to admit competition has a better product when they really dont. Unless they are losing sales to miners I understand, but when it came to gaming they already had the upper hand. Now pricing is already inflated on the 1070 and 1080, how does this fit in at 429 msrp still makes me think. I bet you find this closer to 500 when it hits shelves.
IMO, this is just them admitting that they cut down the 1070 too much.
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#3
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
newtekie1 said:
IMO, this is just them admitting that they cut down the 1070 too much.
This.....


prickly said:

cant see a shit about GTX 1070ti ...there.. .
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#4
jabbadap
peche said:
This.....

cant see a shit about GTX 1070ti ...there.. .
That just illustration picture, read the actual change log from guru3d:
Added core voltage control for reference design NVIDIA GeForce GT 1070 Ti series graphics cards
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#5
jihadjoe
newtekie1 said:
IMO, this is just them admitting that they cut down the 1070 too much.
Also yields could have improved between now and at Pascal's launch. 16nm was very new back then.
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#6
ppn
If mining was still a thing 1060/70/80 would still be out of stock. but these are back for good and prices dropping slowly but surely. new difficulty will be hitting the air-variety of the crypt currency just in time.
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#7
StefanM
Meanwhile Guru3D wiped the "Ti" from change log. Either a typo or they spoilt NVIDIA's "surprise" :rolleyes:
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#8
antodelg
Mm no mention to the1070 ti in the afterburner changelog... seems a typo from guru3d
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#9
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
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#10
MrGenius
StefanM said:
Meanwhile Guru3D wiped the "Ti" from change log. Either a typo or they spoilt NVIDIA's "surprise" :rolleyes:
antodelg said:
Mm no mention to the1070 ti in the afterburner changelog... seems a typo from guru3d
IIRC it's been there since the first Beta 17 release of version 4.4.0. So it's not only not recent news, it's not a typo(at least not on Guru3D's part).

EDIT: I did some fact checking to refresh my memory. It's been there since the Beta 17 release(from 9-22-17). I knew I'd seen it before Beta 19.

From the ReadMe PDF in the Doc folder of 4.4.0 Beta 17(also shown in Beta 18 & 19).
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#11
StefanM
Forget Afterburner, here is a log file from actual GTX 1070 Ti test ;)

code:
gpu 0 dev.sub 0.0
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PCI Location : 0x00, 0x01, 0x00, 0x00
DID : 0x1b82
Raw ECID : 0x00000000008023000000003054481991
Raw ECID (GHS) : 0x0000000164305448180000000c010100
ECID : PC5H86-12_x02_y04
Device Id : GP104
Revision : a1
NV Base : 0xf6000000
FB Base : 0xe0000000
IRQ : 16
NV_PMC_INTR_0 bit 30 high.
Trying to clear interrupt by writing 0x2 to register 0x12004c
Successfully cleared GPU's interrupt state.
Raw ECID (RM) : 0
Foundry : TSMC
Subsystem VID : 0x10de
Subsystem DID : 0x****
Board ID : 0xed46
Chip SKU : 300-0
Project : G411-0010
Fuse File Fmt : JSON
Display : 0x000100
VGA adapter : Primary
Native Mode : 1280x1024
Memory Size : 8192 MB
RAM Protocol : GDDR5
RAM Config : 1
ROM Version : 86.04.84.00.01
ROM Type : NVIDIA Authenticated
ROM Timestamp : 2017-9-6 19:22:54
PState (mode) : 8 5 2 [0]
PState Version : 3.0
EDC : Disabled
GPC Clock : 1847.5/1838.4 MHz DEFAULT
DRAM Clock : 4201.9/4201.9 MHz MPLL
Host Clock : 571.4/571.4 MHz XCLKGEN3
XBar Clock : 1784.5/1784.7 MHz DEFAULT
Sys Clock : 1657.5/1658.0 MHz DEFAULT
Power Clock : 540.0/540.0 MHz SPPLL0
Display Clock : 1325.0/1325.0 MHz DISPPLL
NVVDD : 1000 mV
GPC Mask : 0x0f (4 GPCs)
TPC Mask : [1f 1f 1f 1e] (19 TPCs)
FB Mask : 0x0f (4 FB Partitions)
ROP/L2 Mask : [3 3 3 3] (8 ROP/L2s)
PES Mask : [7 7 7 7] (12 PESes)
FBIO Mask : 0x0f (4 FBIO Partitions)
FBIO Shift Mask: 0x00
XP Mask : 0x03 (2 3gio Pads)
Nvdec Mask : 0x01 (1 engine)
Nvenc Mask : 0x03 (2 engines)
Gpu Temp : 44 deg C
PEX Width, ASLM: 16 lanes, Not Supported
PEX Link Speed : 8.0 Gbit/s
PEX BandWidth : 128.0 Gbit/s
ASPM, ASPM-CYA : (L0s/L1, Disabled)
ASPM L1SS, CYA : (Disabled, L1.1/L1.2)
LTR : Enabled

...

RM Version : rel/gpu_drv/r367/r367_00-1252
gputest.js : 71
boards.js : 7

BgLogger Print Thread starts 5000.000, flush
BgLogger Monitor Thread starts 1000.000 (Detached)
WARNING: Changing g_TestMode from 16 to 8!
Running test(s) on GP104 (gpu 0, DID: 0x1b82, PCI Dom Bus Dev Fun: 0x0000, 0x01, 0x00, 0x00)
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