All performance between same-model 10-series cards is, again, within variance of quality. It could be that the only difference here is in the efficiency of the heat sink. If wanting to go with custom cooling, then go for the Armor and slap on a good liquid cooler. It made sense to just leave it as 'Gamers. Then the Armor would come next followed by the Duke.
The cooler does struggle a bit to keep up with heat load, but adding an extra fan and some width somewhat counters this. Aside from those, I'm not seeing anything that would suggested any differences in performance other than in cooling perhaps. We recommend you to check with your local supplier for exact offers. I can not seem to find much information about this, so I thought I'd ask. The result is better for the Vulcan X, and the resulting performance in Firestrike, shown here with Firestrike Ultra, comes out to 5366 points versus 5315 points for graphics. Why am I even looking at this post? Each graphics card sports different aesthetics and physical designs. The Armor obviously has a different heat sink, the heat pipes aren't smooth like the heat pipes on the Titanium and Gaming heat sink.
This mixture necessitates a thin, wide heatsink, which means relatively limited surface area for dissipation, but potentially quieter fans from the three-fan solution. Check out more details including their full specifications below. And the Aero only has one 8 pin power connector while the others have the 8 and a 6 pin. Apparantly the titanium has an extra heat pipe over the gaming, so will be a tiny bit better. Hell, I bought that 1080 two weeks ago and I am still browsing deals. Age Newest 18 Months Much more recent.
The heat sinks look to be identical to me but I could be wrong. They are admittedly quiet, but also ineffective at cooling. We won't share your email with anybody. Pros: This thing is really great I upgraded from a 1060 6gb and is miles better than the 1060. These cards share the same aesthetics, design and looks from their predecessors, but the real difference lies under the hood. I know that cryptos are an unprecedented affect on the market, but before they were in the picture, what did the drops look like?.
Unfortunately there is no way to investigate which ones are best until you take them out of the box and test for yourself. Deciding between them I think it's pretty easy to toss the Aero out as it doesn't have a heatsink or fans like the others but beyond that, I'm wondering what makes one better than the other regarding the Armor, Gaming, Duke, and Titanium. That does not mean 4k gaming but I've found video cards take a hit on performance when hooked up to this. And the fans may or may not be the same. The focus is not, however, on gaming: That was done in , featuring the Colorful Vulcan X 1070 Ti. Plus, it includes revolutionary new 360-degree image capture.
Although we endeavor to present the most precise and comprehensive information at the time of publication, a small number of items may contain typography or photography errors. All images and descriptions are for illustrative purposes only. Product specification, functions and appearance may vary by models and differ from country to country. As far as the base clock, according to the specs they are all the same across the board. Lol They just don't seem to have made one for the 1070 Ti, but there is also one for the 1070.
The titanium isn't much of anything more than the regular Gaming 8G, except it has a metal theme instead of the red, and the leds etc. Normally this lack of surface area would make for lower thermal ability, but the 3x fans make up for that lack. No reviews at all for duke edition. Products may not be available in all markets. Unless I'm missing something which is the purpose behind this post, to find out. Any thoughts on this that might help me would be appreciated. Visual representation of the products may not be perfectly accurate.
Cons: Make sure the fans spin right off the bat, mine didn't and I had no reason to think to check that they wouldnt lights up and works otherwise until I started playing Witcher 3 recently, throttled hard, and eventually realized the issue. Should i buy another one and sell this one when arrive? Have questions that need to be answered? You can check the full specifications below. You can see that from our benchmark results in the following pages. It also provides an incredibly detailed overview of your hardware and comes with some additional features such as customizing fan profiles, benchmarking and video recording. Firestrike Extreme has us about 200 points different as well, favoring the Colorful card. I wouldn't be able to go liquid right away but probably within a year.
I also had people who were typing apostrophes into the address bar - sigh. Editorial, Testing: Steve Burke Video: Andrew Coleman Steve started GamersNexus back when it was just a cool name, and now it's grown into an expansive website with an overwhelming amount of features. Parallax Parallax occlusion mapping Stones 430 fps Better peak texture detail. Please consult the product specifications page for full details. Otherwise, the board is using Vishay Siliconix parts, as detailed in the above video content. All specifications are subject to change without notice. Opt for a large form factor, more fans, and a non-standard cooling style.
So perhaps the Armor fans are one step down but I'm not certain. The Duke is a thinner card overall. So from where I'm standing it seems the Titanium and Gaming are superior for out of the box cooling and differ only in color. All 1070ti's have been proven to produce generally the same hashrates as their counterparts. With the Titanium you get black and white over the black and red of the Gaming. This applies to Ebay, Newegg Marketplace, Amazon and other sites that allow deals to be handled by 3rd parties.