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so attempted to get this... Should I wait for BF ?????
The Newegg BF ads is already out. I've checked and found this is a decent deal. But you could still wait to see because 1070 will get cheaper sooner or later because of 1070Ti
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For people wanting to use this to mine ETH, it uses two 8 pin power connectors and also has a higher voltage lock than most video cards. This can be a problem for some.

What this means is (on most 1070s) I can mine at about 90W at ~31MH, this is done by setting the card to around 650mv using power limits.However, this card will only go as low as 800mv. So unless you plan to overclock the GPU, and power cost is a non-issue, it is just not as efficient as other 1070s for ETH. It's not a huge difference but if you are looking to get maximum efficiency it's not ideal.
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For people wanting to use this to mine ETH, it uses two 8 pin power connectors and also has a higher voltage lock than most video cards. This can be a problem for some.

What this means is (on most 1070s) I can mine at about 90W at ~31MH, this is done by setting the card to around 650mv using power limits.However, this card will only go as low as 800mv. So unless you plan to overclock the GPU, and power cost is a non-issue, it is just not as efficient as other 1070s for ETH. It's not a huge difference but if you are looking to get maximum efficiency it's not ideal.
800mV at stock clocks?
you can reduce the core frequency and that should bring down the volts too?
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Sounds like good deal for mining rig.. Is it?

check out whattomine and select 1070 and your cost of electricity
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any chance Amazon is going to match on this price?
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800mV at stock clocks?
you can reduce the core frequency and that should bring down the volts too?
So for ETH mining, going over 1200MHz GPU has very diminishing returns. So while most my cards run around 1100-1300Mhz and as close to 650mv as possible, the FTW cards voltage bottoms out at 800mv no matter how slow the GPU clock is going. Hope that makes more sense.

Basically I'm underclocking and undervolting GPU and overclocking RAM.
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So for ETH mining, going over 1200MHz GPU has very diminishing returns. So while most my cards run around 1100-1300Mhz and as close to 650mv as possible, the FTW cards voltage bottoms out at 800mv no matter how slow the GPU clock is going. Hope that makes more sense.

Basically I'm underclocking and undervolting GPU and overclocking RAM.
Ahh then it might be the bios set voltage for minimum 800mV at 300 Mhz or whatever is the lowest clock state for a gtx 1070.
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any chance Amazon is going to match on this price?
Gave it a shot over chat - no go. ​
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Almost bought this. I was going to wait to open and see if there was a better deal for BF but then noticed extended return period isn't good for this item. It appears that this is true for all graphics cards.
Is it normal for Newegg to not have any return policy at all on video cards? Seems odd.
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Friggin good deal on this gtx 1080... Oh wait.
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I am thinking about buying a new graphics card within the next year, possibly two if something great comes out, I just need some help justifying the $400 price tag. My brother got a 970 for $300 a few months after it came out, are card prices inflated or something or is this just the new cost?
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Is it normal for Newegg to not have any return policy at all on video cards? Seems odd.
Not sure but I checked a few and they all said non-refundable.
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So for ETH mining, going over 1200MHz GPU has very diminishing returns. So while most my cards run around 1100-1300Mhz and as close to 650mv as possible, the FTW cards voltage bottoms out at 800mv no matter how slow the GPU clock is going. Hope that makes more sense.

Basically I'm underclocking and undervolting GPU and overclocking RAM.
how does the Vega 56/64 compare to this if you have free electricity? and what if you have to pay for electricity?
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how does the Vega 56/64 compare to this if you have free electricity? and what if you have to pay for electricity?
I don't have any first hand experience with either but last I heard the vega 56 gets around 40MH at around 130W, I'm just not sure if that was tuned or not or any other details. So they seem close enough to the 1070's in efficiency.
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