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Nvidia presents the GTX 1070 Ti

Featured of the week: Nvidia presents the GTX 1070 Ti

Nvidia has finally presented the much commented GTX 1070 Ti. Its GPU is based on that of the GTX 1080, with a somewhat lower turbo frequency, some fewer CUDA cores and lower speed memory.

The result is a GTX 1070 Ti whose founder edition can be purchased on the Nvidia website for about $480. It competes with both the RX Vega 56 and the RX Vega 64. And probably comes out triumphant due to the bad price the cards keep of AMD. After two months its presentation there are still no personalized models in the market. Keep reading: How to tell if an Instagram account is fake.


Nvidia presents the GTX 1070 Ti

Architecture Pascal
Cores 2432
Performance 3X
Frame Buffer 8 GB GDDR5
Memory Type-Speed 8 Gbps
Boost Clock                                   Relative 1.4x
                                                    Actual 1683 MHz

By using the same GPU as the GTX 1080, the meaning of this series is to give out to chips that have not become a GTX 1080 but are far from being a GTX 1070 ti. It is a very common tactic in the semiconductor sector, and that could also better than the arrival of the graphics cards Volta is not far. Check also:

Nvidia presents the GTX 1070 Ti

Despite this, AMD has had a good third quarter of the year, closing it with a 25% increase in revenues. Although Intel has also improved its revenues and especially its profits. AMD’s competition in the processor sector has not done much damage to its accounts.

AMD has taken the opportunity to announce the first Ryze n APU for laptops, Ryzen 5 2500U and Ryzen 7 2700U, with eight logical cores with a Vega 8 or Vega 10 GPU, with which it promises to double the graphics performance of its current APU. They will begin to arrive portable to the market with them in November, and probably the APU for the desktop will arrive or be announced in July.

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