It should come as no surprise to anyone how the GTX 1070 Ti performs, better than a GTX 1070 but not quite as fast as a GTX 1080 … unless you overclock.  With the push of two buttons Ryan was able to hit 1987 MHz which surpasses your average GTX 1080 by a fair margin.  Hardware Canucks saw 2088MHz when they overclocked as well as memory of  8.9Gbps which pushed the performance past the reference GTX 1080 in many games. Their benchmark suite encompasses a few different games so you should check to see if your favourites are there.

The real hope of this launch was that prices would change, not so much the actual prices you pay but the MSRP of cards both AMD and NVIDIA.  For now that has not happened but perhaps soon it will, though Bitcoin hitting $7000 does not help.

"NVIDIA’s launch of their new GTX 1070 Ti is both senseless and completely sensible depending on which way you tend to look at things. The emotional among you are going to wonder why NVIDIA is even bothering to introduce a new product into a lineup that’s more than a year old."

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