The rumors were true. Nvidia’s announced the GeForce GTX 1070 Ti on Thursday, a new graphics card designed to snuggle into the spot between the $350 GTX 1070 and $500 GTX 1080 in the GeForce lineup—and one likely released just to claim the performance crown back from AMD’s $400 Radeon Vega 56, which outpunches the GTX 1070 in many games.
The $450 GTX 1070 Ti, which launches November 2, uses the same “GP104” GPU as the GeForce cards it straddles, but it’s a far less cut-down version than the chip in the namesake GTX 1070. In fact, the GTX 1070 Ti hews awfully close to the “full” GP104 GPU in the GTX 1080. Here’s the number of CUDA cores in each graphics card:
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