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Which 1070 ti is bether

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Can someone help me i m building a new pc and i want to put 1070 ti in it. I have 2 options but i dk witch one to chose :(. Can someone help me ? Witch one can be owerclocked bether and which is quieter?

 

EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti FTW2 GAMING

https://www.newegg.com/global/sk/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814487388

 

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EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti GAMING

https://www.newegg.com/global/sk/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814487390

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i know it will run cooler but will it get enough power with only 1 8 pin ? (ftw2 has 2)

 

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The FTW cards are the best ones EVGA makes, aside from the Kinpins but those are usually 980 Ti/1080 Ti/etc. They'll probably OC the best but it's also down to the silicon lottery. the SC with an AIO will be a lot quieter though. I'd go for the AIO one if you have the room for it, I have an AIO on my CPU and it's really silent, apparently they're even more effective on GPUs. Plus my air cooled SCs boost to 2000/5000MHz + by themselves so you should be fine with an SC. 

 

Oh, the FTW does have an RGB logo tho. 

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1 minute ago, renfil741 said:

i know it will run cooler but will it get enough power with only 1 8 pin ? (ftw2 has 2)

 

My SCs have 8 pins and like I said in my above post they boost just fine. 

 

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1 minute ago, renfil741 said:

i know it will run cooler but will it get enough power with only 1 8 pin ? (ftw2 has 2)

 

Yes it will. The extra 8 pin just allows for more headroom for heavier overclocking.

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5 minutes ago, renfil741 said:

i know it will run cooler but will it get enough power with only 1 8 pin ? (ftw2 has 2)

 

yeah it'll get enough power. I briefly owned a 1070 ti ftw2, and it was a fine card. You can't really go wrong with either. They'll both OC to very similar spec, but the 1070ti gaming will run quieter and cooler. Plus it'll give you extra aethetics. I built a pc for a buddy with 2 AIOs (cpu & gpu), and kind of crossed the tubes over each other - big fan of the look

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I have a 1070 SC (1x8pin) and a 1070 FTW (2x8pin)

 

The SC only power targets to 112%.

The FTW power targets to 122%.

 

They are both GP104 cores. But guess which one is the better card?

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I have the gaming black edition of this card and while I immediately took off the cooler and put a waterblock on it, the single 8 pin will be fine unless you plan on doing some power modding and sub ambient cooling. Mine boosts up to 2050Mhz and stabilizes around 2026Mhz. Definitely go for the aio as the ten seconds I ran the stock heatsink, it wasn't loud, but it was noticeable.

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