EVGA GTX 1070 Showdown

EVGA GTX 1070 Showdown

EVGA GTX 1070 Showdown

EVGA GTX 1070 Showdown

 

Let's have a look at the GTX 1070 offerings from EVGA, which all come with a 3-year warranty and their new ACX 3.0 cooler design.

EVGA will be releasing 2 custom GTX 1070 versions, each of which features a factory overclock and enhanced cooling capabilities. Right now EVGA's 1070 ACX 3.0 and Superclocked comes in at prices that are lower than Nvidia's Founders Editions, with the GTX 1070 FTW being expected to come in at a higher price but with a larger 10+1 phase PCB and a higher factory overclock.     

      

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Below is a table that compares the specifications of these GPUs, showing that EVGA's custom GPUs feature higher specifications and lower prices than Nvidia's Reference/ Founders Edition design, making EVGA's GPUs seem like much better value for money. 

Sadly EVGA has not released the specifications and pricing for their GTX 1070 FTW, but they are expected to be released soon. 

 

 Nvidia GTX 1070 Founders EditionEVGA GTX 1070 ACXEVGA GTX 1070 SCEVGA GTX 1070 FTW
GPU Cores1920192019201920
Base clock 1506MHz1506MHz1594MHz-
Boost clock1683MHz1683MHz1784MHz-
Memory TypeGDDR5GDDR5GDDR5GDDR5
Memory Speed8,000MHz8,008MHz8,008MHz8,008MHz
Power Input8-Pin8-pin8-Pin2x 8-Pin
LED ColourGreenWhiteWhiteRGB
Power Phase Design5+1 Phase5+1 phase5+1 phase10+1 phase
Price (US)$449.99$419.99$439.99-

 

 

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10-06-2016, 19:57:05

SeekaX
I don't really like the direction cooler design is going lately, 2 years ago everything was made to look sleek and clean, pretty much all of the aftermarket coolers i've seen so far look like batmobiles.
http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...183356983l.jpg

vs

http://www.evga.com/articles/00748/i...-3773-3776.png

I know, personal preference and all, but for me that's a step backwards.Quote

10-06-2016, 20:16:09

Chrazey
Quote:
Originally Posted by SeekaX View Post
I don't really like the direction cooler design is going lately, 2 years ago everything was made to look sleek and clean, pretty much all of the aftermarket coolers i've seen so far look like batmobiles.
http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...183356983l.jpg

vs

http://www.evga.com/articles/00748/i...-3773-3776.png

I know, personal preference and all, but for me that's a step backwards.
I'm actually going to agree with you on this one... Personally prefer clean and professional look, over something that looks like a kids toy really.

Are they trying to sell these things to kids to play with on the floor or what?...Quote

10-06-2016, 20:36:10

Kushiro
:barf:Quote

10-06-2016, 22:21:08

King of Old Old School
I still say the EVGA 1000 series are still the best looking GPU's on the market compare to the other companies.

Well people wanted RGB those people gave the companies the green light and look what it was turn into those people only have themselves to blame.Quote

10-06-2016, 22:49:09

SeekaX
Quote:
Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
I still say the EVGA 1000 series are still the best looking GPU's on the market compare to the other companies.

Well people wanted RGB those people gave the companies the green light and look what it was turn into those people only have themselves to blame.
http://image.mindfactory.de/images/p...2__67255-2.jpg

The Jetstream looks alright, but i don't know if they still have those stupid LEDs in the fans.
I don't know why everything needs to be covered in LEDs these days, they are the component which is most likely to die on the GPU, which probably won't hurt the GPU but a dead LED just looks like crap. And even if the LEDs all work it usually doesn't look very good, there is just too much going on, it's like you have a Supra from the Fast and the Furious in your case. I know there are plenty of people who like that sort of thing, but can't they just get LED strips?Quote
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