Yes! Finally, we have some pictures relating to the GTX 1070 Ti that we have been hearing for quite a while now. Videocardz today revealed some images of the New Nvidia’s GTX 1070 Ti from one of their AIB partners, none other than Gigabyte which is the GTX 1070 Ti Gaming.
This model has the same shroud as GTX 1070 G1 Gaming, but a quick comparison reveals that 1070 Ti Gaming has shorter PCB and a new heatsink. This design looks very familiar which dates back from the pre Aorus launch which was the G1 Gaming series.
As of now, clock speeds are not known but from the name itself, we can see that it is not factory overclocked. Equipped with a single 8-pin power connector, five display outputs (DVI + 3xDP + HDMI), triple-fan and dual-slot WindForce 3X cooler and a backplate. The ‘Fan Stop’ logo on the side indicates that the card will not use the fans unless the certain temperature is reached.
Here are some images of the card, taken from Videocardz website:
Since Nvidia is rumored to ban overclocking from their new GTX 1070 Ti GPUs, only time will tell where they will stand at the time of launch.
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