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EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 GAMING, 8GB GDDR5, DX12 OSD Support (PXOC) Graphics Card 08G-P4-5170-KR

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  • EVGA GTX 1070 GAMING delivers the incredible speed and power of NVIDIA Pascal
  • Ultimate 4K GAMING (up to 120Hz + GSYNC)
  • DX12 OSD Support with EVGA Precision XOC
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GeForce GTX 10-Series graphics cards are the most advanced gaming GPUs ever created. They're driven by the new NVIDIA Pascal architecture and the latest technologies to deliver incredible new levels of gaming performance and immersive VR. Performance This innovative new family of industry-leading graphics cards is a quantum leap in performance and power efficiency. Ultra-fast FinFET and next-generation memory technologies, plus support for DirectX 12 features, mean you can count on the fastest, smoothest, most power-efficient gaming experiences. Breakthrough Gaming Technologies Get the performance to drive the latest displays, including VR, ultra-high resolution, and multiple monitors. These cards feature the latest NVIDIA GameWorks technologies for smooth gameplay and cinematic experiences, as well as revolutionary 360-degree image capture even in VR. VR Ready Next-gen VR Performance, the lowest latency, and plug-and-play compatibility with leading headsets mean you can now explore the best VR has to offer by NVIDIA VRWorks technologies, VR audio, physics, and haptics let you hear and feel every moment.

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El. Machado
5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Still a great graphics card
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A. Mefford
5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 Great Card without breaking the bank
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Threeper
5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 UPDATE. Sold build and never buying EVGA again.
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Threeper
5.0 颗星,最多 5 颗星 UPDATE. Sold build and never buying EVGA again.
评论于 2016年7月8日 在美国 🇺🇸 发布
New edit: I never had any heat issues with the card. However, EVGA releasing so many versions and a trade in program to their icx version makes it pretty obvious that there is a serious problem that effects the majority. I would not recommend another EVGA card for that reason. Their customer service is awesome, but clearly their quality control is all kinds of tarded. Anyone who would buy these cards must like the odds of playing lottery. I ended up selling the build and built a itx Fracta Design Define S with an ASUS 1060. I rarely game, so its more on my level, and just an all around nicer card. This sucks, i used to love EVGA. Their new line of PSUs states that there are no interchangeable parts, and they use an odd sized fan. This is just evidence they are trying to make things non replaceable and want to give you the heartache of dealing with them and returning or paying more money for warranties. No thanks. Ill stick to a different brand from now on. Plus, i never really liked the look of the card :(

The new 1080ti looks even fuglier. Its a gpu EVGA, not a space shuttle. Cool your turbo jets and keep it simple.

EDIT: I swapped my SC for a 1070 FTW. MUCH BETTER!
stable at 2100 flat! Don't even need slave bios to notice better settings. pics will follow soon.

This is my first build and I am able to play on highest/ultra with 60fps. Temps are amazing. OC to just barely over 2GHz and it's perfect. I play at 2560x1080 currently. If you are on 1080p, No doubt this card will annihilate your games. If you are on 1440p, maybe wait for the 1080ti because even the 1080 struggles with that and for 'future proofing' - if there is such a thing (there isnt!) you would be wise to wait a while longer. As for 4k, probably not going to enjoy this card at all.

Temps are great. Under load in "The Division" and "GTA V" I get 60fps with some fine tuning the temps never get above 65. Idle temps are great too around 27-35 depending on room temperature. I use MSI Afterburner (after using buggy Precision X and only getting problems) for the fans (since the default fan temps are outrageous and do not even kick on until 50 degrees) and to lock the clock speed in during gaming. Also, make sure you go into Nvidia control panel and change the optimal power mode, to maximum performance. It dies throttle a bit from 2.03-2.06. It has been stable like that for extended periods. Some people are benchmarking just for the scores and have to constantly adjust for each one. This is a stable clock for everything. You can use the NCP optimal power under global settings, and choose specific programs to alter settings on. That is the best bet to ensure when you are not gaming, you are not idling the gpu at full clock or using unnecessary amounts of power.

I did a lot of tweaking and have finally found the prefect set up for my use. Gaming, HTPC, Browsing, School, etc etc.... Pretty much everything I will ever need from a GPU. This is my command center and it runs well. I wanted to leave a positive review for what this card is, but I would still advise you to wait longer and just get a 1080 or better. These card manufacturer's are holding back and playing the marketing game to squeeze every penny (not private sellers, the actual manufacturer's) and I believe this card has a lot more potential than they are giving it, especially for the price. If you can, save a little more and spring for the 1080 once prices drop or if you already have a 9 series or even something older, just wait for the ti versions or whatever comes next to last you just as long as your old card did. If you have your heart set on a 1070 regardless, wait for the FTW versions. They should overclock a bit nicer, hopefully to at least 2.1GHz.

UPDATEL it appears the FTW cards do not overclock any better according to EVGA's forums. Since the new driver came out I downloaded it and have not noticed any fluctuation of clock speed during play since. It starts out a bit high then drops to a solid 2063-2068. Even with the slave bios most FTW's I have seen still only get about 2088 stable. It's still pretty good considering the stock clock, but there is more potential than they are giving us, especially in the $400 range. At this rate, the prices will only continue to go up.
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