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GTX 1070 specs revealed

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Posted · Original PosterOP

http://www.geforce.com/hardware/10series/geforce-gtx-1070

 

So we finally got specs of GTX 1070 :) 

 

1920 cuda cores

1506 Base Clock (MHz)

1683 Boost Clock (MHz)

 

8 GbpsMemory Speed

8 GB GDDR5

256-bit Memory Interface Width

256GB/s Memory Bandwidth


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Not bad. Not bad at all. 


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Probably gonna be a slightly similar result compared to the claims for the 1080. 

 

1080 was what I would say faster than the Titan X almost every time, while only faster than the dual 980s maybe half the time. 

The 1070 will probably be faster than the 980 all the time, but only faster than Titan X maybe half the time. 


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if its on par with a 980 ti i think that will be a good place for it, even if its like 10 percent slower that would still be good, i plan on this being my next upgrade. 


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Do the maths init

cuda cores X boost clock

then compare it to the Titan X 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Nacho Marco Segui said:

Sooo, maybe 980ish performance?

Something like 980 ti performance at 1120MHz core clock.

But 980 ti can be overclocked to 1500, so it will beat GTX 1070 by like 20%, even when you OC 1070 to 2000MHz on core.

Just guessing here :)

 

 

 


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Sweet, now gimme the card !!!


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1 minute ago, dreamhacking said:

nice specs on the 1070 :)

should be able to overclock to 2000mhz maybe? haha

Well 1080 can OCed to 2100MHz on air cooling, but base clock is 100MHz higher.

So I guess 1070 can be OCed to like 2000MHz on air.

 

Some reports saying that 1080 can be OCed to 2,5GHz on water cooling.

So for 1070 we can expect maybe 2,4GHz?

 

Those are just rummor for now. Have to wait for EKWB to make water block, and wait for EVGA and other companies to release OCed versions :) 


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2 minutes ago, Simon771 said:

Those are just rummor for now. Have to wait for EKWB to make water block, and wait for EVGA and other companies to release OCed versions :) 

EK already confirmed that they are already making the water-blocks for the 10xx reference pcb's. 

 

PNY teased their reference PCB, custom blower-style cooler card.

 

Zotac teased their custom air-cooler card, can't remember if it was custom pcb or not. 

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1 minute ago, positivePXL said:

EK already confirmed that they are already making the water-blocks for the 10xx reference pcb's. 

 

PNY teased their reference PCB, custom blower-style cooler card.

 

Zotac teased their custom air-cooler card, can't remember if it was custom pcb or not. 

So EKWB was also at that event to get card already?

This time I will buy GPU that will have full water block support from EKWB for sure xD 


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1 minute ago, Simon771 said:

So EKWB was also at that event to get card already?

This time I will buy GPU that will have full water block support from EKWB for sure xD 

I think at this point EK is just being considered another one of the board partners. Just like EVGA, MSI, and the other board manufacturers get the cards before they are even announced, EK probably got, if nothing else, a spec sheet and finalized schematics, so that they could start prepping the design for their new water-block.

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Wth? 33% cut down? Why? 


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4 minutes ago, Dionyz said:

Because there is a 37% cut in price lol.

The gap between the 1080 and 1070 is so huge you could actually fit a 1070 ti in the middle. Yields must have been really bad.


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humm...i wonder if that cut down GP104 will be able to outperform a GTX 980ti...i mean it's a significant cut right there...and no GDDR5X this time around...i think the small lead the GTX 1080 had on the TitanX/980ti has been taken away entirely from this card...it should perform pretty close to a 980ti now...

it will certainly be interesting to watch...results will depend on clockspeed but i'm pretty sure if you overclock both cards the GTX 980ti has a fair chance to come out on top.

 

what you guys think?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, ivan134 said:

Wth? 33% cut down? Why? 

 

4 minutes ago, Dionyz said:

Because there is a 37% cut in price lol.

 

Chip is acctually the same. GTX 1080 have 20/20 processors enabled, while GTX 1070 have only 15/20 enabled.

Also they did lower clock speed.

Seems like chip itself cost them exactly the same, but if they wouldn't disable those cores/processors, who would buy GTX 1080? Maybe those who want to have DDR5X, but others would be happy with 1070 xD 

So they had to do that sadly.

 

But since they just disabled it, someone might figure out how to bin/crack that card and enable those disabled cores :P 


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4 minutes ago, Simon771 said:

But since they just disabled it, someone might figure out how to bin/crack that card and enable those disabled cores :P 

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3 minutes ago, i_build_nanosuits said:

humm...i wonder if that cut down GP104 will be able to outperform a GTX 980ti...i mean it's a significant cut right there...and no GDDR5X this time around...i think the small lead the GTX 1080 had on the TitanX/980ti has been taken away entirely from this card...it should perform pretty close to a 980ti now...

it will certainly be interesting to watch...results will depend on clockspeed but i'm pretty sure if you overclock both cards the GTX 980ti has a fair chance to come out on top.

 

what you guys think?

There is some guy on this forum that OCed his 980 ti to 1800MHz on core. That resault can only be beat when you OC GTX 1080 to 2,3GHz or above if you ask me.

But keep in mind that 980 ti on 1800MHz required that liquid with -200°C or something. While 1080 will be able to clock 2,4 or even 2,5GHz on custom water loop.

 

But as it goes for GTX 1070 ... on air cooling I don't think it will beat GTX 980 ti OCed.

Maybe if we can also OC GTX 1070 to 2,3GHz on water, it might be able to compare with 980 ti 1500MHz core clock.


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1 minute ago, Simon771 said:

 

 

Chip is acctually the same. GTX 1080 have 20/20 processors enabled, while GTX 1070 have only 15/20 enabled.

Also they did lower clock speed.

Seems like chip itself cost them exactly the same, but if they wouldn't disable those cores/processors, who would buy GTX 1080? Maybe those who want to have DDR5X, but others would be happy with 1070 xD 

So they had to do that sadly.

 

But since they just disabled it, someone might figure out how to bin/crack that card and enable those disabled cores :P 

The 1070 started off as a 1080 at first. Bad 1080 yields became 1070s. The fact that the gap between them is so huge tells me that yields were pretty terrible,, and I would not be surprised if we saw a 1070 ti in the future. I don't have high hopes for the 1070's performance to performance ratio. The 970 was a nice bang for your buck since the 980 had only 23% more CUDA cores and cost almost twice as much as a 970. This amazing value proposition is not being repeated here with the 1070.


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5 minutes ago, ivan134 said:

The 1070 started off as a 1080 at first. Bad 1080 yields became 1070s. The fact that the gap between them is so huge tells me that yields were pretty terrible,, and I would not be surprised if we saw a 1070 ti in the future. I don't have high hopes for the 1070's performance to performance ratio. The 970 was a nice bang for your buck since the 980 had only 23% more CUDA cores and cost almost twice as much as a 970. This amazing value proposition is not being repeated here with the 1070.

no you got it wrong...yields are terribly GOOD and nvidia has MANY perfect GP104 chips that they want you to pay full retail price for, therefore they significantly cut down the GTX 1070 to make the 1080 more appealing and sell you THIS ONE instead that is perfect and worth a lot more..

Yields are good and nvidia's stock are at a all time high ATM.


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3 minutes ago, i_build_nanosuits said:

no you got it wrong...yields are terribly GOOD and nvidia has MANY perfect GP104 chips that they want you to pay full retail price for therefore they significantly cut down the GTX 1070 to make the 1080 more appealing and sell you THIS ONE instead that is perfect..

Yields are good and nvidia's stock are at a all time high ATM.

Riiiiiiiiiiiiight. Yields are so good that such a significant cut down is being priced so highly and they're definitely not trying to recuperate money lost on bad yields. That's some airtight logic. Remind me what the relation between yields and stocks is again?


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