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Inno3D Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5 Twin X2 Graphics Card £368.98 from Ebuyer
Inno3D Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5 Twin X2 Graphics Card £368.98 from Ebuyer

Inno3D Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5 Twin X2 Graphics Card £368.98 from Ebuyer

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Take on today's most challenging graphics intensive PC games without missing a beat. The GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card delivers the incredible speed and power of NVIDIA Pascal™ the most advanced GPU architecture ever created. This is the ultimate gaming platform. #GameReady.

Performance

This advanced card comes with ultra-fast FinFET technology and supports DirectX 12 features. This means you can count on an amazing experience in every application-including performance in AAA and immersive VR Ready games that's up to 3X faster than with previous-generation GPUs.

The Latest Gaming Technologies

Get the power to drive next-generation displays, including VR, ultra-high-resolution, and multiple monitors. And bring more realism to every game with NVIDIA GameWorks™ technologies that offer a true cinematic experience and amazing new image-capture to share your game.

VR Ready

Discover next-generation VR performance, the lowest latency, and plug-and-play compatibility with leading headsets-driven by NVIDIA VRWorks™ technologies. VR audio, physics, and haptics let you hear and feel every moment.

Features

Simultaneous Multi-Projection.
VR Ready.
NVIDIA Ansel.
NVIDIA SLI with HB Bridge Support.
NVIDIA G-SYNC.
NVIDIA GameStream.
NVIDIA GPU Boost 3.0.
Microsoft DirectX 12.
Vulkan API.
OpenGL 4.5 Support.
PC Express 3.0.
Max Digital Resolution: 7680x4320.
HDMI 2.0b, DisplayPort 1.4 and Dual-Link DVI.

Technical Specifications

GPU Engine Specs: CUDA Cores1920Graphics Clock-Base Clock (MHz)1506Boost Clock (MHz)1683
Memory Specs: Memory Clock 8.0GbpsStandard Memory Config (MB)8192Memory InterfaceGDDR5Memory Interface Width256-bitMemory Bandwidth (GB/sec)256Bus SupportPCI-E3.0 X16
Feature Support: Multi-ProjectionYesVR ReadyYesNVIDIA AnselYesNVIDIA SLI® ReadyYes - SLI HB Bridge SupportedNVIDIA G-SYNC™-ReadyYesNVIDIA GameStream™-ReadyYesNVIDIA GPU Boost™3.0Microsoft DirectX12 API with feature level 12_1 Vulkan APIYesOpenGL4.5OS CertificationWindows 7-10, Linux, FreeBSDx86
Display Support: Multi MonitorYesMaximum Digital Resolution 7680x4320 at 60 Hz RGB 8-bit with dual DisplayPort connectors or 7680x4320 at 60 Hz YUV420 8-bit with on DisplayPort 1.3 connectorHDCP2.2Standard Display ConnectorsDual Link DVI-D, HDMI 2.0b, 3x DisplayPort 1.4InternalAudio Input for HDMIInternal
Standard Graphics Card Dimensions: Length266mmHeight111mmWidth2-slot
Thermal and Power Specs: Maximum Graphics Card Power (W)150Minimum System Power Requirement (W)500Supplementary Power Connectors8-pin
Accessories: Driver CD KitYesMouse PadYes3DMarkYesVRMarkYes

19 Comments

After the MSI 1070 for 295 this morning, this isn't so great.

Feeling these are going to drop to around 300 for most versions early 2017, with new AMD and 1080ti prices for the lower top end have to come down surely?

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Dacra

After the MSI 1070 for 295 this morning, this isn't so great.Feeling … After the MSI 1070 for 295 this morning, this isn't so great.Feeling these are going to drop to around 300 for most versions early 2017, with new AMD and 1080ti prices for the lower top end have to come down surely?



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elrasho

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Yes that deal is gone, but feel its an indicator of what's to shortly come.

Could well be wrong, and if you need a graphics card now this is a decent price, but I'm happy to wait and see what happens.

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Dacra

Yes that deal is gone, but feel its an indicator of what's to shortly … Yes that deal is gone, but feel its an indicator of what's to shortly come.Could well be wrong, and if you need a graphics card now this is a decent price, but I'm happy to wait and see what happens.



Its not an indicator to anything, just Ebuyer trying to reach sales targets. Notice how its a higher price everywhere else.

elrasho

Its not an indicator to anything, just Ebuyer trying to reach sales … Its not an indicator to anything, just Ebuyer trying to reach sales targets. Notice how its a higher price everywhere else.



Maybe, we'll see in January.

I had the ebuyer deal in my cart but didn't check out, maybe that was stupid.

I agree with Dacra, a 'smaller' retailer like eBuyer with a lot of stock, purchased at prices closer to the selling price (smaller margins), might seek to shift stock before a new card/competing product(s) comes to market in a couple of weeks time.

Add in that various retailers often get advanced notice of pricing changes to unit purchases, i.e 1000 x GTX 1080 @ £XXXX.XX suddenly becomes cheaper.... and you can quickly gather what is happening.

I'm not saying any of this is proven, but it could simply be that eBuyer has its finger on the pulse more so than the larger retailers (eBuyer stand to lose more with bulk cost being higher than say, Amazon) and they could well have had the next order price notification, and it's lower.... resulting in a lot of previously purchased stock from Nvidia etc being squeezed by price reductions elsewhere. Amazon can afford to swallow a small loss on older stock that now has less margin, so they'll sell at higher price points until the mass market drops. Ebuyer can't afford to do this.

Holding off and watching with interest.


Edited by: "alltaken123" 20th Dec 2016

OP did you purchase?

Original Poster

alltaken123

OP did you purchase?



No I play 1440p so looking for a 1080 deal. This will be superb for 1080p gamers.

I'm in the same boat, waiting for the TI and AMD announcements before buying a 1080?

Original Poster

alltaken123

I'm in the same boat, waiting for the TI and AMD announcements before … I'm in the same boat, waiting for the TI and AMD announcements before buying a 1080?



LOL @ AMD

lol because it's AMD? I'm hoping it brings Nvidia down to more sensible pricing levels.

elrasho

LOL @ AMD



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Not EVGA!

elrasho

LOL @ AMD


seems any sensible person would be waiting to see whats coming up from either AMD or nvidia, only a clear fan boy would come up with a reply like that. vega and the Ti will have a affect of prices without a doubt and with amd agressive pricing of late we could see prices tumbling, thats for the good of all gamers

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Haven't people learnt from the constant let downs that AMD have released. I'm not a fan boy, I've had countless AMD cards since the ATI Radeon days. But always being disappointed with their cards of late I had no choice to stick with nVidia since the 6 series.

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elrasho

Haven't people learnt from the constant let downs that AMD have released. … Haven't people learnt from the constant let downs that AMD have released. I'm not a fan boy, I've had countless AMD cards since the ATI Radeon days. But always being disappointed with their cards of late I had no choice to stick with nVidia since the 6 series.


youre def right, but think they might have finally got their act together especially having seen those leaked benchmarks, if they are right its going to shake up the gpu market, personally all i care about is driving down the prices so joe public can get access to cheaper 4 gaming

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I'm stuck with nVidia because I've got a gsync monitor. Having said that I don't mind paying a premium for drivers that work.

welsh_andy

seems any sensible person would be waiting to see whats coming up from … seems any sensible person would be waiting to see whats coming up from either AMD or nvidia, only a clear fan boy would come up with a reply like that. vega and the Ti will have a affect of prices without a doubt and with amd agressive pricing of late we could see prices tumbling, thats for the good of all gamers


Not necessarily, as the 980 Ti, 390, 390X, Fury and Fury X didn't lower the 970's price at all. It's hardly "without a doubt".

And the number of times I've seen claims like "if those leaked benchmarks are right", and "this [unreleased, not-yet-benchmarked] GPU will shake up the market"... it was so rarely true decades ago when a new generation of graphics cards could bring about a paradigm shift in performance/features. Today, when the leaps are strictly evolutionary rather than revolutionary, it's nothing more than sloblocks.

Although the way Ferrari used to say it did make me laugh. You'll want to sell your 970s before the 390 launches and they all halve in value!!!
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