Wednesday, October 25th 2017

PNY, ZOTAC NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Cards Pictured

Leaks and product images of NVIDIA's upcoming GTX 1070 Ti graphics card continue to surface from all manufacturers. This time, it's two PNY graphics card models, and one ZOTAC that have found themselves brought to the limelight. The PNY models don't deviate too much from the already known leaks: they follow the same engineering pattern of one blower-style cooled graphics card, marrying NVIDIA's reference design with some different aesthetics engineering from the AIB partners, and one fully custom model. PNY's particular take on the custom model features only two fans, which seems to make this design a distinct one from the fully custom, three-fan XLR8 design they had for the GTX 1070 (non Ti version).
The more interesting graphics card of today, though, is arguably ZOTAC's GTX 1070 Ti Mini, which stays true to its name by being a clone of the company's GTX 1080 Mini graphics card. If it's working, don't break it, after all; the GTX 1080's 211 mm-long pedigree finds its way to this 1070 Ti version as well, with a dual-fan cooler working to keep the GPU cool. If this design worked well on the GTX 1080 Mini version, it's bound to work even better here, and gives users more options besides the usually huge triple-slot, standard-length designs that most companies have seen leaked until now.

Source: Videocardz
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7 Comments on PNY, ZOTAC NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Cards Pictured

#1
Fouquin
Take GTX 1070 HSF designs, Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V. Change sticker, add "Ti" to box.

Shove it out the door.
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9700 Pro
Fouquin said:
Take GTX 1070 HSF designs, Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V. Change sticker, add "Ti" to box.

Shove it out the door.
You forgot to mention "profit". ;)
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trog100
9700 Pro said:
You forgot to mention "profit". ;)
there are lots of negative comments about what in essence is a quite nice video card.. :)

trog
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EntropyZ
trog100 said:
there are lots of negative comments about what in essence is a quite nice video card.. :)

trog
Yet they deserve the said negative comments sometimes, especially when they do a custom PCB and make the VRM worse than the reference board or have its cooling done horrifically.

I mean it would cost them almost nothing to improve a bit, yet some haven't learned.

But, hey. Anything to make you swap the card after the warranty period is up.
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#5
ppn
There is no reference 1070Ti, so how can they make the VRM worse than Reference 1070/80 , the tning had 3-4 phases with passive cooled with only 6 out of 16 mosfets present.

I would buy the double of 1070 card when 1070 drops to 300$, so 3584-3840 Cores and 512 GB/s on 256-320bit bus at 600$. This is too weak,.
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EntropyZ
ppn said:
There is no reference 1070Ti, so how can they make the VRM worse than Reference 1070/80 , the tning had 3-4 phases with passive cooled with only 6 out of 16 mosfets present.

I would buy the double of 1070 card when 1070 drops to 300$, so 3584-3840 Cores and 512 GB/s on 256-320bit bus at 600$. This is too weak,.
Well, by nVidia's chip size stack, the 1070 and 1080 are but mid-range GPU's the high-end is actually 1080Ti, Titan and Quadro. And those were selling at high prices, because AMD didn't have a series of cards that could compete. The Pascal series is a success and I only see future cards being more expensive than the previous because of HBM2 replacing GDDR5X. (I just hope not all cards use it, the expense doesn't make it practical for lower-end models)

How on earth are people willing to pay those prices is not beyond me though. gg.

They're were almost selling GTX 1060 series for GTX 1070 prices, it won't be long before the XX60 costs 300 by default rather than 190-200 range as it used to be.

I think AIB's are going to adopt the founders edition tax, sooner rather than later.

I'm getting a sense of deja vu here, I think I might have posted this already at some point. I'm getting too old for this s**t.
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#7
GoldenX
For a second I thought it was a single slot cards.
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