NVIDIA Makes Public More GeForce GTX 1070 Pascal Details
Written by Michael Larabel in NVIDIA on 18 May 2016 at 01:14 PM EDT. 5 Comments
NVIDIA --
With the GTX 1080 media embargo lifted yesterday, NVIDIA is spending today getting out more details on the GTX 1070 that will begin shipping in early June.

NVIDIA has confirmed that this GP104-based graphics card will have 1920 CUDA cores, 120 TMUs, 64 ROPs. On the memory side there is 8GB of GDDR5 (not GDDR5X) clocked at 2GHz on a 256-bit interface. The GTX 1070 GP104 core will run at 1506MHz while the GPU Boost will be up to 1683MHz.

The GTX 1070 has a 150 Watt TDP. The GTX 1070 should be a very nice upgrade over the GeForce GTX 970 and older x70 models. As has been known already, the GeForce GTX 1070 retail cards are expected to begin shipping 10 June. The GTX 1070 Founder's Edition will set you back $449 USD while the AIB partners will offer up their own cards at $379 USD.


Sadly, there's still no signs of review samples so no NVIDIA Pascal Linux benchmarks yet... No new communication from NVIDIA but will hopefully wrangle up a GTX 1070 review sample or resort to buying one if I have any budget left after buying a GTX 1080 for Linux testing as soon as they become available.

The GTX 1070 details can be found at GeForce.com.
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