New Card Report #20

Published: 7th Nov 2017, 12:30 GMT | Comments

In ‘New Card Report’ we are only looking at the cards that were not mentioned before, at least on our website. The GPU market entered a stagnation, which was shortly interrupted by GTX 1070 Ti launch. Most cards here are special editions or variations of existing models.

EMTEK

EMTEK released GTX 1070 Ti Dual (the same design as Palit/PNY/Maxsun) and three FinalFantasy 14 Editions of GTX 1070/1060 graphics cards.

GPU : GP104-300 Base Clock : 1607 MHz
Cores : 2432 Boost Clock : 1683 MHz
TMUs : 152 Memory Clock : 8008 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5 256b

GPU : GP104-200 Base Clock : 1632 MHz (+8.4%)
Cores : 1920 Boost Clock : 1835 MHz (+9.0%)
TMUs : 120 Memory Clock : 8008 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5 256b

GPU : GP106-400 Base Clock : 1620 MHz (+7.6%)
Cores : 1280 Boost Clock : 1848 MHz (+8.2%)
TMUs : 80 Memory Clock : 8000 MHz
ROPs : 48 Memory : 6 GB GDDR5 192b

GPU : GP106-400 Base Clock : 1506 MHz
Cores : 1280 Boost Clock : 1708 MHz
TMUs : 80 Memory Clock : 8000 MHz
ROPs : 48 Memory : 6 GB GDDR5 192b

COLORFUL

The official name of this card is “Net Gaming Watercooled WA1”. This card was designed only for one purpose: watercooling. You are probably wondering, who wants to watercool a GTX 1060 3GB? Well, in China mid-range cards are mostly used in Internet Cafes. This allows Cafe owners to reduce the heat and noise by daisy chaining multiple PCs with the same water cooling loop.

GPU : GP106-300 Base Clock : 1506 MHz
Cores : 1152 Boost Clock : 1708 MHz
TMUs : 72 Memory Clock : 8000 MHz
ROPs : 48 Memory : 3 GB GDDR5 192b

GIGABYTE

Both of these cards have not yet been released by Gigabyte. The Windforce is using a different cooler design than Gaming. It’s also worth adding that since the launch of the new SKU, Gigabyte began advertising OC profiles on their website. This means that ASUS STRIX is no longer the only 1070 Ti card with non-reference clock speeds listed on the official website. Of course, those frequencies require in-house software to manually change the overclocking profile, but at least you know what these cards are capable of.

GPU : GP104-300 Base Clock : 1632 MHz (+1.6%)
Cores : 2432 Boost Clock : 1721 MHz (+2.3%)
TMUs : 152 Memory Clock : 8008 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5 256b

GPU : Polaris 21 XT Base Clock : 1199 MHz (+2.0%)
Cores : 1024 Boost Clock : 1275 MHz
TMUs : 64 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 16 Memory : 4 GB GDDR5 128b

JYVGA

Chances are you never heard of this company and neither did I till I accidentally found it on Chinese website. Meet JYVGA GeForce 10 series:

GPU : GP107-400 Base Clock : 1290 MHz
Cores : 768 Boost Clock : 1392 MHz
TMUs : 48 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 32 Memory : 4 GB GDDR5 128b

GPU : GP106-300 Base Clock : 1506 MHz
Cores : 1152 Boost Clock : 1708 MHz
TMUs : 72 Memory Clock : 8000 MHz
ROPs : 48 Memory : 3 GB GDDR5 192b

GPU : GP106-300 Base Clock : 1506 MHz
Cores : 1152 Boost Clock : 1708 MHz
TMUs : 72 Memory Clock : 8000 MHz
ROPs : 48 Memory : 3 GB GDDR5 192b

MANLI

Manli has three new GTX 1070 Ti cards. The first one is not even listed on the website — it was announced by the water-cooling company instead.

GPU : GP104-300 Base Clock : 1607 MHz
Cores : 2432 Boost Clock : 1683 MHz
TMUs : 152 Memory Clock : 8008 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5 256b

GPU : GP104-300 Base Clock : 1607 MHz
Cores : 2432 Boost Clock : 1683 MHz
TMUs : 152 Memory Clock : 8008 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5 256b

GPU : GP104-300 Base Clock : 1607 MHz
Cores : 2432 Boost Clock : 1683 MHz
TMUs : 152 Memory Clock : 8008 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5 256b

MAXSUN

A trio of GTX 1070 Ti cards from Maxsun. Yes, Big Mac is the actual name, and no they did not ask McDonald’s for permission. Maxsun has no problem using other trademarks such as Terminator or Transformers for other models either.

GPU : GP104-300 Base Clock : 1607 MHz
Cores : 2432 Boost Clock : 1683 MHz
TMUs : 152 Memory Clock : 8008 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5 256b

GPU : GP104-300 Base Clock : 1607 MHz
Cores : 2432 Boost Clock : 1683 MHz
TMUs : 152 Memory Clock : 8008 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5 256b

GPU : GP104-300 Base Clock : 1607 MHz
Cores : 2432 Boost Clock : 1683 MHz
TMUs : 152 Memory Clock : 8008 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5 256b

What’s interesting about GTX 1070 M.1 is that the board is actually powered by dual 6-pin power connectors (reference design ships with a single 8-pin connector).

GPU : GP104-200 Base Clock : 1569 MHz (+4.2%)
Cores : 1920 Boost Clock : 1759 MHz (+4.5%)
TMUs : 120 Memory Clock : 8008 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5 256b

PALIT

Palit released Super JetStream GTX 1070 Ti. At launch, we only saw JetStream and Dual models. Sadly, due to NVIDIA’s frequency restrictions Super JetStream and JetStream ship with the same clock. In fact, Palit does not even explain the differences between the two cards (higher power limit maybe?).

GPU : GP104-300 Base Clock : 1607 MHz
Cores : 2432 Boost Clock : 1683 MHz
TMUs : 152 Memory Clock : 8008 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5 256b

ONDA

ONDA quietly launched three GTX 1030 cards, five GTX 1050 series models and two GTX 1060 3GB.

GPU : GP106-300 Base Clock : 1506 MHz
Cores : 1152 Boost Clock : 1708 MHz
TMUs : 72 Memory Clock : 8000 MHz
ROPs : 48 Memory : 3 GB GDDR5 192b

GPU : GP106-300 Base Clock : 1506 MHz
Cores : 1152 Boost Clock : 1708 MHz
TMUs : 72 Memory Clock : 8000 MHz
ROPs : 48 Memory : 3 GB GDDR5 192b

GPU : GP107-400 Base Clock : 1290 MHz
Cores : 768 Boost Clock : 1392 MHz
TMUs : 48 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 32 Memory : 4 GB GDDR5 128b

GPU : GP107-400 Base Clock : 1290 MHz
Cores : 768 Boost Clock : 1392 MHz
TMUs : 48 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 32 Memory : 4 GB GDDR5 128b

GPU : GP107-300 Base Clock : 1354 MHz
Cores : 640 Boost Clock : 1455 MHz
TMUs : 40 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 32 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 128b

GPU : GP107-300 Base Clock : 1354 MHz
Cores : 640 Boost Clock : 1455 MHz
TMUs : 40 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 32 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 128b

GPU : GP107-300 Base Clock : 1354 MHz
Cores : 640 Boost Clock : 1455 MHz
TMUs : 40 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 32 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 128b

GPU : GP107-300 Base Clock : 1354 MHz
Cores : 640 Boost Clock : 1455 MHz
TMUs : 40 Memory Clock : 7000 MHz
ROPs : 32 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 128b

GPU : GP108-300 Base Clock : 1227 MHz
Cores : 384 Boost Clock : 1468 MHz
TMUs : 24 Memory Clock : 6000 MHz
ROPs : 8 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 64b

GPU : GP108-300 Base Clock : 1227 MHz
Cores : 384 Boost Clock : 1468 MHz
TMUs : 24 Memory Clock : 6000 MHz
ROPs : 8 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 64b

GPU : GP108-300 Base Clock : 1227 MHz
Cores : 384 Boost Clock : 1468 MHz
TMUs : 24 Memory Clock : 6000 MHz
ROPs : 8 Memory : 2 GB GDDR5 64b

ZOTAC

We haven’t really mentioned PGF GTX 1070 Ti edition yet. There are two models released for Chinese market. Since all 1070 Tis ship with the same clock, the only difference between PGF and PGF Supreme is a MicroUSB port.

GPU : GP104-300 Base Clock : 1607 MHz
Cores : 2432 Boost Clock : 1683 MHz
TMUs : 152 Memory Clock : 8008 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5 256b

GPU : GP104-300 Base Clock : 1607 MHz
Cores : 2432 Boost Clock : 1683 MHz
TMUs : 152 Memory Clock : 8008 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5 256b

GPU : GP104-300 Base Clock : 1607 MHz
Cores : 2432 Boost Clock : 1683 MHz
TMUs : 152 Memory Clock : 8008 MHz
ROPs : 64 Memory : 8 GB GDDR5 256b

 


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