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ASUS ROG Strix GeForce® GTX 1070 Ti 8GB GDDR5 Advanced Edition VR Ready DP HDMI DVI Gaming Graphics Card (ROG-STRIX-GTX1070TI-A8G-GAMING)
- 1683 MHz Boost Clock featuring 8GB GDDR5 256-bit memory and 2432 CUDA cores powered by NVIDIA Pascal
- Auto-Extreme manufacturing technology delivers premium quality and reliability with aerospace-grade Super Alloy Power II components
- GPU Tweak II makes monitoring performance easier than ever, pushing clock speed performance up to 1683 MHz with just one click
- Customizable backlit logo plate for a truly unique look
- Dual-ball bearing blower-cooled design with reference-sized form factor ideal for SLI configurations and systems with restricted airflow
- Form Factor: Plug-in Card
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Right off the bat I was worried about it fitting in my case, especially with all the reviews noting its length. Worry without cause as it turned out, finally this hulking case of mine proved its worth and it fit with minimal trouble.
Pre-downloading the latest drivers, though common sense, also helped speed things along, had the machine back up and running better than new in about 15 to 20 minutes tops.
I'm still waiting on my new processing unit, but I would recommend this item if only for the speed at which I recieved it. The estimated delivery wasn't even due for another three days, after all.
Overall I'd give it four stars, short only by one star due to A, the length making me re-arrange some interior components of my computer, and B, because I can't give it five stars until I have the new processor installed to give it a real go. The fans are bloody quiet too, which is always a plus.
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Performance: I put the new card through UserBenchmark where it scored a 117%. I also used Heaven Benchmark where it averaged over 90FPS with max settings and the GPU went up to 60 deg C. I ran PUBG at max settings and it remain locked at 60FPS.
Fan Noise: This card uses a blower fan to shoop heat out the back of the CPU case instead of blowing the hot air around inside the case. Also it has only one fan. I used MSI Kumbustor to stress test the card to 80 deg C and the fan noise was barely noticeable and did not exceed 60% of max. I have not overclocked it, and probably wont.
Value: I usually only upgrade computer components when there is at least one generation of advancement and when I can see a large performance improvement at a value price. $340 is the most I've ever spent for a GPU but it is also the first time I have had a graphics card where I can run virtually anything out there at Ultra Settings. Yes, it is a 2017 card, but if you are looking for the biggest bang for your buck, you can't fail with a 1070 TI. I would have also bought the MSI or NVIDIA 1070 TI if I could have found a used one that would ship fast and they are worth checking out, in my opinion.
- Card looks very slick. Big fan of the backplate's visuals.
- Not noticing any sag after a year.
- Only takes 1x8 pin for power
- Virtually silent when not in use (fans don't spin)
- Quiet under load until about 60-70% fan speed.
- For the overclock, I got it to +500 memory stable, +230 core clock stable. To be sure I don't get any crashes while gaming, I run it for general use at +450 and +212, respectively. Never had a crash. So under benchmarking it would hit about 4500mhz for the memory, and 2100mhz for the core clock. Not the best overclock possible, but a very good one for this card I believe.
- RGB LED isn't that great. I set it to white and it looks REALLY purple. It has problems doing other colors such as orange. In the end I planned on leaving the LEDs off anyways, so not a huge deal. From reviews this is apparently hit or miss, but it never can do perfect white.
It could just be that the new GPU architecture overclocks better than the recent previous cards. *shrugs* I'll keep this review updated later on to see what's the max possible overclock I can get on the GPU and memory core clocks.
After running benchmarks for around 8 hours, my final overclocks are stable at 2012 Mhz on the GPU and 4450 Mhz on the memory. That's a +150 overclock on the GPU above the stock OCed specifications. Final max temperatures hovered around only 72 C.