The graphics card has been fitted with a Pascal GPU based on 16 nm FinFet architecture, and with 7.2 billion transistors, 2,432 shader/stream cores, and 8 GB of GDDR5, it’s a properly fast product. As you'll notice later on in this testing part, the cooler is doing a good job in both cooling performances as well as its incredibly low noise levels. The product remains passive, as up-to a GPU temperature of 60 Degrees C the fans do not even spin.
The GPU empowering the product is called the GP104-300 GPU, which is Pascal architecture based. It has 2,432 CUDA Cores. The base clock frequency is 1,607 MHz. The reality is that this card hovers at the ~1.850 GHz marker on the dynamic boost frequency pretty much most of the time. Due to the massive and effective cooling the many Nvidia limiters hardly, or do not at all kick in (under normal gaming conditions).
The GeForce GTX 1070 Ti display engine is capable of supporting the latest higher resolution displays, including 4K and 5K screens. And with HDMI 2.0 support, the card can be used by gamers who want to game on the newest state-of-the-art big screen TVs. Again, this is a triple slot card, thus you'll need some room/spacing on your motherboard.
The card has a 180 Watt rated TDP, 75-150 Watts is delivered through the PCIe slot, then 1x150 and 1x75 Watts through the PEG (PCI Express Graphics) power connectors.