So we've shed a few words already on the upcoming GeForce GTX 1070 Ti. We've already confirmed the product through our industry sources, they will not say the final name just yet but we know for fact that the GPU is a GP104-300.
That GPU codename is a confirmed fact. The product also is referred to as "Ti" within the companies I spoke to. Earlier on my sources also confirmed a release end of October, which matches up with the Gigabyte teaser earlier on. Now I expected that to be October the 28th, but that being a saturday is a no-go as Nvidia traditionally released their products on a Tuesday or Thursday (check it .. a true fact). Nordic hardware now states it confirmed a launch date of October the 26th, which is ... a Thursday :) So I'd say that is a very solid assumption slah confirmed fact on their end.
Earlier on MyDrivers already posted information of specifications that might be spot on. The GPU has 20 Shader clusters, just one would be disabled totalling towards 2432, which is just 128 shader procs lower than that of the GTX 1080. The clock speeds of the GTX 1070 Ti would be higher than the GTX 1070 as well at 1607 MHz and a 1683 MHz GPU Boost woth 8.00 GHz (GDDR5-effective) memory clock. The TDP would be 180W, similar to the GTX 1080. If I perform some reverse math on this, the product would offer just over 8 TFLOPS in perf. Personally I think it'll be priced at 399 USD.
If we chart it all up, here we go & thanks to SH SOTN for this spot:
Mind you that the specs and details mentioned are still based on speculation mainly. But I have a hunch they are pretty precise or at the very least pretty darn close.