Home » NVIDIA’s upcoming GTX 1070 Ti can’t be overclocked – reports
[STS Despatch] But why @NVIDIA?

Reports have surfaced online from reputable tech news sites about the rumored NVIDIA GTX 1070 Ti, and its restriction supposed-to-be implemented about overclocking – making many people, especially enthusiasts mad, due to the fact that its a card between NVIDIA’s coveted GTX 1070 and GTX 1080.

While it is also rumored that it will be just mere days away from the rumored October 26th launch, the GTX 1070 Ti is something that will absolutely compete with AMD’s Radeon RX Vega 56, at least, according to paper.

According to tech site eTeknix, an insider told them that the GTX 1070 Ti can’t be overclocked. In addition, they are also informed that NVIDIA will not release any reference cards and all AIB partner cards will be locked to the same speeds. But it is also said that the prices and designs are expected to differ across AIB partner cards. 

The same report reflected on the other sites we’ve cited below as well.

As for the specifications of the rumored card, we’ve got you covered as well.

GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Rumored Specifications

  • Codename: GP104
  • Architecture: Pascal
  • Core Clock: 1607 MHz
  • Boost Clock: 1683 MHz
  • Memory:
    • Size: 8 GB
    • Type: GDDR5
    • Clock: 8 Gbps
    • Bandwidth: 256 GB/s
    • Bus: 256-bit
  • GFLOPS: 8,186
  • Shaders: 2,432
  • Texture Units: 152
  • ROPs: 64
  • Power Connector: 8-pin
  • TDP: 180 W
  • Rumored Price: $429

But, if these said rumors are true especially in the terms of overclocking – why do you think NVIDIA puts a hold in overclocking the 1070 Ti? Discuss it on the comments or in our new forum HERE.

Sources: 1, 2, 3

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