ZOTAC GTX 1070 Ti Mini and PNY GTX 1070 Ti pictured

Published: 24th Oct 2017, 17:38 GMT   Comments

Today we have three more GTX 1070 Ti cards to share.

PNY GeForce GTX 1070 Ti

Starting with PNY, we have two cards. The first one is using a dual-fan cooler. Interestingly, this type of cooler was not used by PNY for GTX 1070 before, instead, it was used for GTX 1060. The PNY GTX 1070 non-Ti is available in five variants: Founders Edition, blower-type reference models and XLR8 GAMING with three fans. When it comes to GTX 1070 Ti, neither is factory-overclocked and it seems PNY was not really interested in making the XLR8 model for the new SKU. I mean why would they?

ZOTAC GTX 1070 Ti Mini

We already told you ZOTAC has two cards in the works. One of them is the GTX 1070 Ti Mini. It’s a dual-fan cooler design slightly bigger than the board itself. This model also comes with a backplate.

In terms of design, ZOTAC’s GTX1070 Ti Mini is a clone of GTX 1080 Mini, as both cards look identical.




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