Graphics card Palit GTX Ti 1070 1070 and Dual GTX Ti JetStream work at the reference frequencies

Has expanded its range of graphics cards GeForce GTX 1070 Ti and Thermaltake. The manufacturer announced two models: 1070 Dual GTX Ti and GTX 1070 Ti JetStream.

Both operate at the recommended frequencies: 1607/1683 MHz for the core and 8000 MHz for the memory. Note that not only Palit has decided not to push the new model. Either most of the manufacturers have decided that the domestic competitor to the GTX 1080 does not need them, or that any recommendations from the Nvidia.

1070 GTX Ti Dual connection requires one eight-pin power connector, the length of the card is 252 mm, and in case it will occupy two expansion slots. In the case of the GTX 1070 Ti JetStream will employ two and a half. This adapter is longer (285 mm) and has two connectors for the power supply (8+6). The same set of ports: DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort (x3).

But that is completely different, so it’s coolers and PCB. Although Ti JetStream GTX 1070, and 1070 Dual GTX Ti are copies of similar models GTX 1070, so nothing new here anyway. One only has to recall that the older version boasts a cooler with two 100mm fans, specialty lighting and OCTA-core devices.

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