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Nvidia reveals more Geforce GTX 1070 details

by on18 May 2016

GP104 GPU with 1920 CUDA cores

Nvidia has finally unveiled a bit more information regarding its second Pascal GP104-based graphics card, the Geforce GTX 1070.

According to the details confirmed by Nvidia, the GTX 1070 will be based on the same 16nm GP104 GPU but with only 15 out of 20 enabled Streaming Multiprocessors, adding up to 1920 CUDA cores. The GTX 1070 comes with 120 TMUs and 64 ROPs.

The GTX 1070 will come with 8GB of standard GDDR5 memory, clocked at 2000MHz (8.0GHz effective), paired up with the same 256-bit memory interface.

According to the earlier slide, the GTX 1070 will offer 6.75 TFLOPs of single-precision compute performance. The base GPU clock on the GTX 1070 is set at 1506MHz while the maximum GPU Boost clock comes at 1683MHz. and it will have 150W TDP and still require a single PCI-Express 8-pin power connector.

The rest of the specifications and features should be the same as on the GTX 1080, so it will end up with the same reference cooler for the Founders Edition and have the same DL-DVI, HDMI 2.0b and three DisplayPort 1.4 display output configuration. It will also support SLI HB with 2-way SLI.

As revealed earlier, the Geforce GTX 1070 will be available on June 10th with a price set at US $449 for the Founders Edition and US $379 for the reference version made by Nvidia AIB partners.

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