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GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1070 Ti DirectX 12 GV-N107TGAMING-8GD 8GB - Newegg - $499.99

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Yes, prices will probably go lower in the future but if you need a GPU now, its the best price on a 1070TI




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Brand
GIGABYTE
Model
GV-N107TGAMING-8GD

Interface
Interface
PCI Express 3.0 x16

Chipset
Chipset Manufacturer
NVIDIA
GPU Series
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 10 Series
GPU
GeForce GTX 1070 Ti
Core Clock
1632 MHz (OC Mode)
1607 MHz (Gaming Mode)
Boost Clock
1721 MHz (OC Mode)
1683 MHz (Gaming Mode)
CUDA Cores
2432

Memory
Effective Memory Clock
8008 MHz
Memory Size
8GB
Memory Interface
256-Bit
Memory Type
GDDR5

3D API
DirectX
DirectX 12
OpenGL
OpenGL 4.5

Ports
HDMI
1 x HDMI 2.0b
Multi-Monitor Support
4
DisplayPort
3 x DisplayPort 1.4
DVI
1 x Dual-link DVI-D

Details
Max Resolution
7680 x 4320
SLI Support
SLI Ready
Virtual Reality Ready
Yes
Cooler
WINDFORCE 3X
System Requirements
Recommended PSU: 500W
Power Connector
8-Pin
Dual-Link DVI Supported
Yes

Features
Features
Powered by GeForce GTX 1070 Ti

Integrated with 8GB GDDR5 256-bit memory

WINDFORCE 3X with Blade Fan Design

Protection Metal Back Plate

RGB Fusion-16.7M Customizable Color Lighting

Support up to 8K display @60Hz (requires 2*DP1.3 connectors)

Form Factor & Dimensions
Form Factor
ATX
Max GPU Length
280 mm
Card Dimensions (L x H)
11.02" x 4.49"
Slot Width
Dual Slot
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Still higher than msrp. I will just wait one more month.
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Still higher than msrp. I will just wait one more month.
crypto bull run starting up gl
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Still higher than msrp. I will just wait one more month.
MSRP is 450$ but for stock cooler so usually manufactures charge extra for custom cooler and dont forget in 2018 ddr5 memory went up by a lot so the MSRP did actually go up couple dollars.
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Still higher than msrp. I will just wait one more month.
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MSRP is 450$ but for stock cooler so usually manufactures charge extra for custom cooler and dont forget in 2018 ddr5 memory went up by a lot so the MSRP did actually go up couple dollars.

new GPU architecture is coming in few months wouldn't even be looking at 2 year old pascal unless its under $400
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new GPU architecture is coming in few months wouldn't even be looking at 2 year old pascal unless its under $400

The problem is with no competition from AMD and new memory, the new Nvidia cards are going to be pricey. I hope I am wrong as the high GPU prices are not good for PC gaming.
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The problem is with no competition from AMD and new memory, the new Nvidia cards are going to be pricey. I hope I am wrong as the high GPU prices are not good for PC gaming.
still if gonna pay over MSRP might as well get 2018 Tech not 2016.
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1070 Ti definitely isn't 2016...
uses same 16nm GP104 chipset as 2016 pascal so its 2016 tech Confused
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1070 Ti definitely isn't 2016...
Just because the 1070Ti released recently, doesn't mean the underlying architecture isn't from 2016. It's the same 16nm die process. Same GP104 die, just cut down.
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should buy more gtx 1060 6gb at $260 couple days ago.
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crypto bull run starting up gl
Ehhh, I think demand for gaming cards is starting to wan with the miners. There are specialized cards made for mining that seem to be a better value for them. I also agree with Jaggsta that if you can wait a few months you'd be better served getting the new Navi from AMD or an 1100 series Nivida card. Seems foolish to buy this, especially given the price, with new cards knocking at the door. Not knocking the deal, just saying it you can wait...wait.
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I have a feeling the new cards are gonna be very expensive.

What is the expected performance gain?
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I have a feeling the new cards are gonna be very expensive.

What is the expected performance gain?
No one really knows. We do know they are going to be substantially better for mining as they are going to use gddr6. We can kind of get an idea looking at the Titan V but that card is likely more powerful than what we are going to get for gaming cards this really is not a bad price. The founders Edition from Nvidia if you can get it is 449. I know some of you people just like to save every dollar you can but honestly who wants to wait 3 months not gaming? Most people buying video cards right now are system building. Best Buy has a lot of regular 1070 and 1080 Founders edition cards for roughly $30 over retail as well. I can't imagine the cards selling under MSRP this year. When you're only talking a couple dollars over why even wait?

from a mining perspective the 1070 is the card to have. At least if you can get it under 450. 2 of them easily out perform a 1080ti and use about the same amount of watts
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