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Gainward GTX1070 DUAL FAN 8GB, from Scan, £349.99 free p&p

£349.99 @ Scan
Features • NVIDIA Pascal architecture, 8GB GDDR5 memory. • NVIDIA GPU Boost 3.0. • NVIDIA Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) technology. • NVIDIA Ansel technology. • NVIDIA MFAA technology • NVIDI… Read More
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Features

• NVIDIA Pascal architecture, 8GB GDDR5 memory.
• NVIDIA GPU Boost 3.0.
• NVIDIA Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) technology.
• NVIDIA Ansel technology.
• NVIDIA MFAA technology
• NVIDIA GameStream technology.
• NVIDIA GameWorks technology.
• NVIDIA VRWorks technology.
• NVIDIA Adaptive Vertical Sync.
• NVIDIA G-SYNC ready.
• Microsoft DirectX 12 support.
• NVIDIA PhysX technology.
• Vulkan API support.
• NVIDIA SLI ready with HB Bridge support.
• PCI Express 3.0 support.
• OpenGL 4.5 and OpenCL support.
• Simultaneous Multi-Projection.
• 1* Dual-link DVI, 1* HDMI (v2.0), 3* DisplayPort v1.3/1.4 ready) .

Technical Specification
General

Manufacturer: Gainward
Chipset: GeForce GTX 1070
Edition: DUAL FAN
Manufacturing process: 16 nm
Microarchitecture: Pascal
Cores: 1920
Streams: N/A
Core Clock: 1506 MHz
Boost Clock: 1683 MHz
Memory Size: 8GB
Memory Type: GDDR5
Memory Clock: 4000 MHz
Memory Bus: 256 Bit
Cooling Solution: Dual Fan (2)
Cooler Design: Gainward Twin Fan
Included/Fitted Backplate: No
Interface: PCIe 3.0 (x16)
Connectivity: 3 x DisplayPort 1.4 1 x DVI-I DL 1 x HDMI 2.0
Maximum Digital Resolution: 7680x4320 @ 60Hz
Maximum Analog (VGA) Resolution:
Max. Concurrent Displays: 4 Displays
NVIDIA SLI Support: 2 Way SLi with High Bandwidth Bridge Support
GeForce GTX VR Ready: Yes
Microsoft DirectX Support: 12 API with Feature Level 12.1
HDCP Ready: Yes
Width: Dual Slot
Low Profile Compatible: No
Low Profile Support: N/A
Graphics Card TDP/Power: 150W
Graphics Card Power Connectors: 1 x 8-pin PCIe
Minimum Recommended PSU: 500 W
Dimensions: 252 x 112 mm
Package Type: Retail
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#1
Very little information on this card, all I can find is here:

http://www.gainward.com/main/vgapro.php?id=987&lang=en

Looks like it's being phased out in favour of the Phoenix edition.
#2
I think this is the price I'll bite at, but is this the right card? [scratches chin]

Thanks for posting OP!

Edited By: Lupeto on Sep 01, 2016 13:43
1 Like #3
Lupeto
I think this is the price I'll bite at, but is this the right card?
Thanks for posting OP!

There's nothing to indicate it isn't.
#4
more famous in the oem market I think or maybe was. good find,@300 will go for an sli
#5
just a little bit longer.... heat though
#6
Anyone know if this has a backplate?
#7
Heat. Great price and good to see more 1070s starting to come down to the £350 price point!
#8
djfluff
Anyone know if this has a backplate?
according to spec page, no backplate
#9
Still tempting...
or £10 more for this one.. (pre-order).
https://www.scan.co.uk/products/palit-geforce-gtx-1070-jetstream-8gb-gddr5-vr-ready-graphics-card-1920-core-1506mhz-gpu-1683mhz-boos


Edited By: djfluff on Sep 01, 2016 15:56
#10

That model has several issues and is worth avoiding.

Edit: Here you go - linky

Edited By: MitchellT on Sep 01, 2016 16:15
#11
Palit jet stream has/had some issues. Don't remember what but Google it.

This on the other hand is hot hot hot! I'm seriously considering canceling my preorder for the Asus 1060. £229 quid opposed to £349. Getting married in two weeks. Decisions lol
#12
I read some of the MSI ones have had issues too. It may just be a lottery :/
https://www.reddit.com/r/nvidia/comments/4wh8jc/msi_officially_announces_gtx_1070_quality/
#13
MitchellT

That model has several issues and is worth avoiding.

Edit: Here you go - linky


****, mine just arrived today. let's see how it goes
#14
Chowchilla
MitchellT
That model has several issues and is worth avoiding.
Edit: Here you go - linky
****, mine just arrived today. let's see how it goes

Good luck! Give us a review :)
#15
I might get this... thing is I'm going to have to upgrade my monitor to benefit
.. hmmmm
#16
Gainward are owned by Palit, and have some of the worst warranty terms. Not saying they're bad, but personally I'll be waiting for cards from one of the more premium brands to drop to this price.
#17
Gainward used to build quality stuff but I am sceptical these days. 10 years ago I had an AGP 7800 Gainward Bliss Golden Sample in a machine which was by far the fastest AGP card of the time, it was fantastic.
1 Like #18
Golden Sample...:|
#19
Good Price but I recently bought a 980TI because I refuse to be ripped off........ wish I waited now :)
#20
Bumnut53
Good Price but I recently bought a 980TI because I refuse to be ripped off........ wish I waited now :)

Hey i'm relatively new to PC gaming, but was looking at the 980TI upgrade from my 970. Is 980TI not worth it now? Thanks for any advice
#21
Bumnut53
Good Price but I recently bought a 980TI because I refuse to be ripped off........ wish I waited now :)

Ouch. I have a gtx 770 at the min and waiting to see if the prices on the 10 series settle a bit. Ati are bringing nothing to the table other than napkins for nvidia :(
#22
SlashDealz
Bumnut53
Good Price but I recently bought a 980TI because I refuse to be ripped off........ wish I waited now :)
Hey i'm relatively new to PC gaming, but was looking at the 980TI upgrade from my 970. Is 980TI not worth it now? Thanks for any advice

Depends how cheap you can get it for.
Used ones can be had for under £290 which is a good price imo considering it matches the 1070 in terms of performance.
1 Like #23
As much as I want a 1070 and this is a good price, I can't :(

In order to benefit from a 1070 I'm going to need a new monitor and a decent 1440p 27" IPS G-Sync with no quality issues and under £500 doesn't, exist which I personally think is more shocking than the current GPU situation.

Edited By: pinchez on Sep 01, 2016 19:39
#24
Great find OP, i'm gonna wait for christmas free game bundle deals that Nvidia usually does.
3 Likes #25
Szabster
Palit jet stream has/had some issues. Don't remember what but Google it.
This on the other hand is hot hot hot! I'm seriously considering canceling my preorder for the Asus 1060. £229 quid opposed to £349. Getting married in two weeks. Decisions lol


Wedding Vs gaming graphics card? Man up, get your other half told that ONE argument the whole wedding/mantrap is off and you're buying a whole new system and she can go back to her mothers.

Pffft getting married, were talking 8gb ddr5, twin fan cooling solution, Pascal here! Ha
#26
This or 520 1080 found edition? Value for money?
#27
Anyone tried 1080 FE vs 1070sli or 980ti sli?
#28
Graham1979
Szabster
Palit jet stream has/had some issues. Don't remember what but Google it.
This on the other hand is hot hot hot! I'm seriously considering canceling my preorder for the Asus 1060. £229 quid opposed to £349. Getting married in two weeks. Decisions lol
Wedding Vs gaming graphics card? Man up, get your other half told that ONE argument the whole wedding/mantrap is off and you're buying a whole new system and she can go back to her mothers.
Pffft getting married, were talking 8gb ddr5, twin fan cooling solution, Pascal here! Ha
You're my new best friend :)
#29
SLI these, or a decent 1080?
#30
Gainward are owned by Palit now i am sure?.
#31
vulcanproject
Gainward used to build quality stuff but I am sceptical these days. 10 years ago I had an AGP 7800 Gainward Bliss Golden Sample in a machine which was by far the fastest AGP card of the time, it was fantastic.
I had that GS+ too. Was pretty much regarded as the fastest AGP card.
#32
Are there any other recommendations for a 1070 with better reviews around this price? I was going to get the Palit one at £359 this weekend.
#33
dezontk
vulcanproject
Gainward used to build quality stuff but I am sceptical these days. 10 years ago I had an AGP 7800 Gainward Bliss Golden Sample in a machine which was by far the fastest AGP card of the time, it was fantastic.
I had that GS+ too. Was pretty much regarded as the fastest AGP card.

I know the X1950 Pro AGP came out like a year later and was a bit faster. But that was the last of the high end AGP cards. The interface was as good as dead by 2005 anyway, I just happened to have an old Northwood pentium 4 at the time I was delaying to upgrade to core 2 launch lol
#34
SlashDealz
Bumnut53
Good Price but I recently bought a 980TI because I refuse to be ripped off........ wish I waited now :)
Hey i'm relatively new to PC gaming, but was looking at the 980TI upgrade from my 970. Is 980TI not worth it now? Thanks for any advice

980ti is still an amazing card and great for vr too. Also maxes out battlefield 1 at 1440p
#35
Postage and packing isn't free in the UK. £10.99
#36
This is a rebadged 1050 Gtx card. Buy it for this price - jokes on you. Remember my words in 6 months.
#37
djfluff
Chowchilla
MitchellT
That model has several issues and is worth avoiding.
Edit: Here you go - linky
****, mine just arrived today. let's see how it goes

Good luck! Give us a review :)


well I've had no issue's paying enderal (skyrim mod) and Deus Ex: mankind devided.

its whisper quiet and ranks stop when its idle.
#38
this redirects to a different Gainward card now, costing £390
#39
Seems, they raised a price. If it would not change tomorrow, I will expire this deal.

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