The Geforce GTX 1080 tops the performance of the $1,000 Titan X card for $700. The Geforce GTX 1070 basically matches it for under $400. That’s just nuts. Easily living up to the label of the most powerful graphics card yet, the Pascal powered Geforce GTX 1080 has been getting the lion’s share of attention since Nvidia announced it earlier this month. But the benefits of more efficient operation, smaller die size and advanced architecture were also gifted to the Geforce GTX 1070. It may not be Nvidia’s new flagship card, but it still keeps pace (and sometimes surpasses) the company’s former flagship at less than half the cost. By jumping ahead to technology generations, Nvidia has stomped all over its previous power elite. The poor, poor Titan X, with its $1,000 plus price tag, is going to need a substantial discount if anyone is going to buy one once the Geforce GTX 1070s drop on June 10. I had some time to play with the Founder’s Edition Geforce GTX 1070 over the past week, removing the 1080 I’d reviewed previously and replacing it with a less powerful card, which is never a good feeling. It helped that the exterior… Read full this story
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