NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti graphics card now official

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That's okay because the real question is how it performs, so there is still some anticipation left and room to speculate. The small price discrepancy between the GTX 1070, GTX 1070 Ti, and GTX 1080 are prompting prospecting purchasers to speculate this release is aimed at the growing demand for Bitcoin and cryptocurrency mining, rather than exclusively gaming.

The GTX 1070 Ti is a newer model of the existing card. So, what are we looking at here? The boost clock runs at 1683 Mhz with 256 memory bandwidth and 2432 CUDA cores.

What about the GTX 1080? . In this case, the clockspeeds bump up against each card.

The Pascal architecture-based graphics card is now available for pre-order (free shipping) for a suggested retail price of $449 (available at NVIDIA and partner stores by November 2). The company has launched the 1070 Ti to bridge the gap between the 1070 and the 1080 and compete with Radeon RX Vega 56 in this price range. Custom cards from Nvidia's partners might have higher factory clock speeds and more robust power requirements, as well as custom circuitry.

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In other words, "Pshaw!"

As you can see from the numbers, the 1070 Ti performs nearly double as compared to the previous generation GTX 970 and this is using DX12.

Compared to the 1070, the 1070 Ti offers improvements when it comes to specs, offering 2,432 CUDA cores compared to the 1,920 offered by the original 1070, putting it closer to the 2,560 CUDA cores found in the 1080.

If you're wondering why Nvidia is even bothering to fill the relatively small gap between the GTX 1070 and GTX 1080, there are two primary factors. This is $100 cheaper than GeForce GTX 1080 and is the same price of the non-Ti version during its launch.