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Gigabyte on its facebook posted a hint towards a new Ti model.

Industry sources claim all this, the product would get 2304 Shader cores which is a little hard to believe being so close to the 1080. It could also be the opposite and a simple 1070 with faster memory, likely 9 Gbps GDDR5. Back to facebook, the FB post shows an image with an evil clown hinting to the movie IT. Then there is a picture of a video card with the Gigabyte Aorus cooler, a wallet with money rising (one bill) with a balloon and the stylized letters "TI" opposed to "IT".

At the top of the teaser is the text "You'll float too." As a caption there is:

"Ti will get you too ... eventually ...
#comingsoon".

Possibly (even likely) the horror theme refers to an introduction date during Halloween which is Wednesday, 31 October.

Source: http://www.guru3d.com/news-story/gigabyte-teases-geforce-gtx-1070-ti.html
Source 2: https://hexus.net/tech/news/graphics/110330-gigabyte-hints-gtx-1070-ti-release-soon-scary-poster/

Here's the alleged specifications of the card:
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GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Specs and Details - Based on GP104-300

More specs of the upcoming GeForce GTX 1070 Ti are surfacing online. You have seen the rumors and teaser yesterday already. This post will shed some more information. First off I have confirmed this product with some of my industry sources, they will not say the final name just yet but I have learned that the GPU used is the ,GP104-300. This is now a confirmed fact. The product also is referred to as "Ti" within the companies I spoke to. Next to my sources also confirm a release end of October, which matches up with the Gigabyte teaser yesterday.

That is all the info I was able to pry loose, however MyDrivers posted information of specifications that might be spot on. The GPU has 20 Shader clusters, just one would be disabled totalling towards 2432, which is just 128 shader procs lower than that of the GTX 1080.

The clock speeds of the GTX 1070 Ti would be higher than the GTX 1070 as well at 1607 MHz and a 1683 MHz GPU Boost woth 8.00 GHz (GDDR5-effective) memory clock. The TDP would be 180W, similar to the GTX 1080. If I perform some reverse math on tyhis, the product would offer just over 8 TFLOPS in perf. Personally I think it'll be priced at 399 USD.


Source 3: http://www.guru3d.com/news-story/geforce-gtx-1070-ti-specs-and-details-based-on-gp104-300.html
Source 4: https://www.techpowerup.com/237230/possible-geforce-gtx-1070-ti-specifications-surface
Edited by BiG StroOnZ - 9/22/17 at 9:39am
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Looks more and more like the 1070Ti is a real thing! Of course the specs certainly aren't publicly known (WCCFTech notwithstanding), but still...

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i was interested when it could be gddr5x even w/less cores but not now.
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So weird, doesn't this seem like a strange segment to fill? I guess it will certainly keep up with or out run Vega 56. But slightly overclocked it ought to be just barely slower than a 1080. I guess that is where the 11 vs 8 gigs vram comes in.

Still a cool ad.
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i was interested when it could be gddr5x even w/less cores but not now.

But using the same GP104 dies (if one ignores fab defects) and the same expensive GDDR5X memory as the 1080 would mean the same BoM cost as the 1080 but a significantly lower MSRP. Not a very good business case can be made with that.

In contrast, bumping up the core count from the 15SM 1070 to 19SMs while using a standard GDDR5 configuration allows NVIDIA to introduce a healthy midpoint between the 1070 and 1080 (in terms of both performance and MSRP) while keeping the BoM cost almost identical with the original 1070. NVIDIA does enjoy their higher margins, and this new model would provide higher margins than the original 1070.

At this point, the yields are surely good enough that there won't be a problem supplying sufficient GP104 chips that have no more than a single defective SM cluster while keeping the "perfect" dies for the GTX 1080 and Quadro P5000. Lasering off 5 SMs for the original 1070 is just wasteful at this point.
Edited by svenge - 9/21/17 at 11:34am
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GTX 1070 MSRP - $379 though most cards are $420-$480
GTX 1080 MSRP - $499 though most cards are $520-$580

So..

GTX 1070ti MSRP - $449 and most cards going for like $500?

Seems like a waste of time..

(Prices based on Newegg current prices)
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First time for everything.
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GTX 1070 MSRP - $379 though most cards are $420-$480
GTX 1080 MSRP - $499 though most cards are $520-$580
So..
GTX 1070ti MSRP - $449 and most cards going for like $500?

Seems like a waste of time..

Not if you look at the margins involved. The 1070Ti should cost as much to make as the original 1070 but will be sold for proportionally more money due to its increased performance.

It's not like there's much that NVIDIA would have to change for this product, as the base GP104 chip and standard 8Gbps GDDR5 memory from the 1070 would be the same. All NVIDIA would have to do is have fewer SMs lasered off, which doesn't involve that many engineering man-hours to execute. Surely the yields on the GP104 have improved since 15 months ago when the 1070 was introduced, so why wouldn't NVIDIA take advantage of that?
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1. Woah unsettling clown face
2. Notice how it's the $100 bill floating away while the dollar bill is left in the wallet? Seems like they're hinting at something. wink.gifbiggrin.gif
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Nail in the coffin for VEGA ?

I doubt there will be limited stock of 1070Ti and plenty of AIB cards.
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