|Max Screen Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Memory Speed||1771 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce|
|Card Description||GeForce GTX 1070|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||8 GB|
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 WINDFORCE OC Video/Graphics Cards (GV-N1070WF2OC-8GD)
|Series||GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY (U.S.A.)|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce|
|Video Output Interface||DisplayPort|
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- New pascal architecture
- 8 GB 256-bit GDDR5
- Virtual reality ready
- Support up to 8K Display @60Hz (Requires 2*dp1.3 connectors)
- Boost: 1771 MHz/ base: 1582 MHz in OC mode, boost: 1746 MHz/ base: 1556 MHz in gaming
- Note: Kindly refer the User Manual before use.
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|Sold By||░░🆀🆄🅸🅲🅺 ᴵᵀ||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Fateka USA|
|Device Type||Graphics Cards||Graphic Cards||Graphic Cards||Graphic Cards||Graphic Cards|
|Graphics Card Interface||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E||PCI-E|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Nvidia GeForce||Radeon RX 500 RX 580||AMD Radeon RX 580||AMD Radeon RX 470||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070|
|Graphics Ram Size||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB|
|Hardware Interface||PCIE x 16||PCI Express x8||PCI Express x16||PCI Express x8||PCIE x 16|
|Included Components||graphics card, manual||Video Card, driver cd, quick install guide||installation CD, manual||Video Card, quick install guide, driver CD||graphic card, manual|
|Item Dimensions||11.50 x 5.50 x 1.50 inches||10.63 x 1.57 x 4.88 inches||11.25 x 3.50 x 6.50 inches||9.57 x 1.57 x 4.88 inches||11.02 x 1.45 x 5.16 inches|
|Memory Bus Width||256 bits||256 bits||256 bits||256 bits||256 bits|
|Memory Clock Speed||1771 MHz||1386 MHz||1750 MHz||7000 MHz||8008 MHz|
|Style||GTX 1070 WindForce OC||XFX RX 580 8GB||Cards||XFX RX 570 8GB XXX Edition||GTX 1070 WindForce OC REV2.0|
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 WINDFORCE OC video card power by the new NVIDIA pascal architecture. Integrated with 8GB GDDR5 256bit memory, WINDFORCE 2x with blade fan design.
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I will write another review once i try out my system on a 1440p, 144hz monitor since this card can run that resolution very well also. This card is a little bit overkill for the 1080p, but since i plan on upgrading to running 1440p in the near future, that's why I paid more for this card instead of a 1060. As far as 4k, this card can handle it, it's just that you'll sacrifice your framerate and get more like 26-30fps. For 4k, definitely get a 1080 and some solid cooling.
Overall this card crushes any game I throw at it. Only cons would be that it doesn't look as pretty as the other 1070's.
Update: 5/5/2018. It’s been almost a year with this card and I must say I’m impressed. No issues whatsoever yet. I also upgraded to a 1440p 144hz monitor and I can still run any modern game with 80+ fps easily. I also overclocked this card slightly using MSI Afterburner and it does get a little but hotter but nothing major. Going to get the most bang for my buck with this card until the new Volta cards come out. If you’re looking to buy a graphics card, I’d strongly recommend to wait until the new cards come out. The prices right now are crazy expensive!!!
My system specs.
Intel i7 7700k
MSI Z270 m3 mobo
Phanteks Eclipse p400 Case
2x8 Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000
Corsair CX750m Psu
Fast forward to April 2020. The card still working without a glitch. There has not been a game or graphic intensive software that it hasn't handled like a champ. I went looking to see how much I paid for it. With tax it came out to $405. Today, the card is going for over $500!!! THREE YEARS LATER!!!! I nearly spit the whiskey I was drinking that was going to convince me to buy another to do an SLI setup. So much for that idea!! LMAO!!
So, with the proper drivers, monitor and supported software, this card can do 8k resolutions. I can't attest to that, as 8k monitors are still too rich for my blood at this time. But it handles my Samsung 32" and my Asus 27" monitors at max resolutions without a glitch. I can have a game on the 32" and whatever else on the 27". Not. A. Problem.
Mind you, it's paired with a 7 year old Intel I5 3570K (overclocked) with 16 GB of RAM on a Gigabyte Z77X motherboard. The system is OOOOOLD!!! But still rocks like nobody's business!!
I have had no reason to upgrade. At All.
If you own this card, hold on to it. If you want this card, try to find a better deal than $500+.
Highly recommended though.
First i was looking for two thing, WOW effect, since i use this PC as workstation for my photography studio and Super performance, i normally use (3) screens if not (4) for PS, LR and Bridge and this require good performance.
I did not face any trouble with my built, i can say that i didnt depend at all on the user manual and instead i have used only Youtube, i believe the user manual provided is not sufficient at all.
I have purchased LCD wall bracket to hang the PC to the wall as seen in the picture.
Take into consideration the following: P5 is huge, and i mean huge so its no desktop version if you have multiple monitors.
I was able to overclock this beauty to 2050 without a problem :)
UserBenchmarks: Game 113%, Desk 163%, Work 116%
It cools adequately: temps aren't pleasingly low or uncomfortably high. I consider the noise level par for a card like this, which I would actually consider a positive here since some budget models can be a little iffy.
GPU-Z reports that my cards have Micron memory, which I assume applies universally to this model. For those interested, I personally got fairly good overclocks (one +650 and one +775) on the memory for these, which is useful if you're using them for some workloads, primarily cryptocurrency or compute-related. Obviously your mileage on overclocks will vary.
All in all, I'm content with these for the price that they can be bought for.
I know I had read the review a year ago, but I had forgotten they said they dropped DVI
So other than for such as expensive card, but no adapters?
I would have given it 5 stars. ASUS had adapters with theirs.
so I had to buy a display port to VGA adapter, which worked. fine.
wow just want to say, the prices near xmas are frickign insane. wait if you can, I thought 379 was to expensive, but 540 jezzz.
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With zero complaints regarding my GTX 660 cards, Gigabyte had at least earned a little brand loyalty from me so I didn't even shop around for GTX 1070 boards by other brands, committing from the outset to remain with Gigabyte; I also wanted to remain with the Windforce OC family of products that the brand had on offer. It's true that the GTX 1060 cards could have supported my VR needs however they offer no SLI facility and despite the fact that SLI technology is heading the way of the dinosaur I still wanted to have the option of adding additional cards in the future.
The performance of the Gigabyte GTX 1070 Windforce OC card is impressive; I was benchmarking scores on a single card that were eclipsing the results of the two GTX 660 cards I had replaced and it took the VR gameplay in its stride. Despite the GTX 1070 being the number two card in town at the time (second only to the GTX 1080), I'm pretty confident that the it can still handle any game with all the quality and effects settings cranked up to max/ultra/epic, presenting gamers with silky smooth frame rates at 1920 x 1080 resolution. I can't speak for you gamers who need to throw around more pixels per frame than that.
I have read a few times that a few gamers are irritated by the excessive fan noise and coil whine generated by the Windforce OC; I don't share that opinion. In general day to day use of your PC the fans throttle down to zero anyway which is about as silent as it gets. It's only when you place some serious demands on the GTX 1070 Windforce OC (or overclock them) that the fans kick in for real; agreed there is noise but I've yet to find it so distracting, in fact I find it reassuring that they're doing their job of not letting the card cook itself.
So that was my experience with one GTX 1070... Card number two was pending but then that damn drought hit thanks to the whole crypto currency craze! I really didn't want to pay more than I had for the first card so like a hawk I was keeping an eye on both prices and stock counts of Gigabyte GTX 1070 Windforce OC cards pretty much every week (sometimes every day!). I witnessed price fluctuations as high as £600 at one point placing doubt on my ever being able to afford the purchase a second one but persistence was key and sure enough inside a window of a mere two days the price of these cards on Amazon crashed to £328; I caught it on the way down to £335. By day 3 the price had bounced back to clear more than £500!!! - How silly is that?
I received that second card in December of this year (2018), installed it* and am now armed with something of a monster of a gaming rig. I also complimented the SLI setup with a proper high band SLI bridge (by Gigabyte of course).
After another visit to the benchmark app by Passmark it is with smugness and satisfaction that I discovered the performance capabilities of my PC resides somewhere inside of the top 10% of all the machines that have been tested; not bad for what is predominantly a 2013 build system.
Before you commit to attempting the same however I should advise the uninitiated that SLI doesn't actually increase the graphics capability of you machine much beyond a heightened frame count and that there exists a law of diminishing returns on every additional card you add to your setup; yes, know that for the benefit of two cards running in concert, in real money terms I have paid over the odds. - Everybody does!
But I am a happy boy! :D
*My gold standard Corsair 650W PSU appears content to be powering both of these cards; my machine has remained stable.
Can be sure that the next card will be a Gigabyte one too!
No hay mucho que decir, totalmente recomendable :D
FPS (GTX 1070 + FX8350):
Overwatch - Ultra: 130 FPS
Fallout 4 - Ultra: 70FPS
FarCry 4 - Ultra: 65FPS
Witcher 3 - Ultra: 75FPS
NOTA: Si la compran aquí en Amazon, no obtendrán al juego gratis de promoción que da NVidia, es una pena dado que Amazón en otros países si cuentan con dicho soporte del fabricante, tenemos PRIME, ya esperaba algo mas.