GeForce GTX 1070 Ti pops up in webshops - prices listed and all cards clocked similar

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Multiple etailers have started listing the GeForce GTX 1070 Ti. With prices running in the six to seven-hundred euro ranges on pre-order, the card might be more expensive as to what was expected.

Then again, the are artificially inflated pre-order and list prices. The products listed are for Asus, MSI and Zotac as videocardz has spotted. It seems that a German and three Spanish websites show three ASUS cards with a variety in cooling models like STRIX and a new 'Turbo' single blower style product. Prices here range from 718, 733 and 746 euros (which obviously is an unrealistic final price).

From the looks of it, MSI will release five models of the GTX 1070 Ti with the Aero, Armor, Duke, Gaming and Titanium models. Here the big news now seems confirmed, they all run at a 1607MHz base clock with a 1683MHz turbo clock. That means that the AIB partners have not been allowed to push performance forwards and factory tweak the cards any higher as rumored. Likely as the card will quite easily beat the GTX 1080 and Nvidia would not like to canalize that product range. I am however 99.99% certain that you can tweak the cards manually with software like afterburner. 

For Zotac two cards have been spotted, the GTX 1070 Ti Mini and  GTX 1070 Ti Amp! Extreme. Nvidia would be announcing the GeForce GTX 1070 Ti October 26th with stock availability and reviews on November the 2nd. Below the screengrabs, as spotted by videocardz.

A note, with GeForce GTX 1080 avaiable in the 525 Euro marker you can bet that the prices will be far below what these shops are listing.

GeForce GTX 1070 Ti pops up in webshops - prices listed and all cards clocked similar

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