NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti to launch on October 26th

Published: 29th Sep 2017, 07:47 GMT | Comments

We’ve just received a word from Nordic Hardware that they have a launch date for GTX 1070 Ti.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti on October 26th

Our sources have already confirmed to us that GTX 1070 Ti would launch late October, but the exact date was unknown at the time. It seems that Nordic Hardware have an update on this matter. The alleged GTX 1070 Ti would, therefore, launch on October 26h (Thursday).

This is a new 400-ish USD graphics card to fill the gap between GTX 1070 and GTX 1080. A gap that was exploited by Radeon RX Vega series.

According to NH, the specifications that were already floating around the web are valid. The GTX 1070 Ti would receive 2432 CUDA cores, 8GB GDDR5 memory and higher clock speeds than GTX 1070.

The GTX 1070 Ti might be a good card for mining, as it features GDDR5 memory (which is better for mining) and almost as high CUDA core count as GTX 1080.

The AIB partners are already working on new models, so we expect a new wave of high-end cards next month.

Update: Heise.de confirms the launch date of GTX 1070 Ti. It is said that October 26th is just a paper launch, while in-store availability is expected one week later on 2nd November.

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Specifications
29th Sep, 2017GeForce GTX 1080 TiGeForce GTX 1080 11GbpsGeForce GTX 1070 TiGeForce GTX 1070
GPU16nm FF GP10216nm FF GP10416nm FF GP10416nm FF GP104
CUDA Cores
 
3584
 
2560
 
2432
 
1920
TMUs
 
224
 
160
 
152
 
120
ROPs
 
88
 
64
 
64
 
64
Compute
 
10.6 TFLOPS
 
8.2 TFLOPS
 
7.8 TFLOPS
 
5.8 TFLOPS
Base Clock
 
1480 MHz
 
1607 MHz
 
1607 MHz
 
1506 MHz
Boost Clock
 
1582 MHz
 
1733 MHz
 
1683 MHz
 
1683 MHz
Memory Clock
 
11 Gbps
 
11 Gbps
 
8 Gbps
 
8 Gbps
Memory
 
11 GB GDDR5X
 
8 GB GDDR5X
 
8 GB GDDR5
 
8 GB GDDR5
Memory Bus
 
352-bit
 
256-bit
 
256-bit
 
256-bit
TDP
 
250 W
 
180 W
 
180 W
 
150 W

Source: Nordic Hardware


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