Inno3D showed its own versions of video cards GeForce GTX 1070 Ti
Yesterday Nvidia officially introduced the video accelerator GeForce GTX 1070 Ti. Traditionally, the novelty will be available in the reference design Founders Edition and in non-reference versions from the company’s AIB partners. Let’s remind, models Founders Edition should get on counters of shops a little bit later, whereas video cards from partners will begin to be on sale on the second of November.
The GeForce GTX 1070 Ti lineup from the Hong Kong company Inno3D will be presented by four video cards featuring different cooling systems: Twin X2, JET Fan, iChill X3 and iChill X4. The cooling systems iChill and Twin X2 already found application in the 10th series of video cards GeForce GTX, while Jet Fan was announced just a week ago.
Video accelerators Inno3D GeForce GTX 1070 Ti iChill X3 and X4 belong to the flagship models. Their cooling system consists of five heat pipes, an aluminum radiator and three 92-mm fans. The back of the product is covered with the Herculez Armor reinforcement plate. The modification of the iChill X4 is equipped with a fourth fan installed at the top of the accelerator.
The video cards Inno3D GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Twin X2 are equipped with a somewhat simplified cooling system with two fans and several heat pipes. HDMI, DisplayPort and DL-DVI connectors are provided for displaying the image.
To cool the adapters of the Inno3D GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Jet Fan, a cooler of the turbine type is used, which makes them similar to the reference models. The manufacturer notes the use of an evaporation chamber and a metal plate on the back side. It is also important that the Jet Fan line should become the most affordable in its class and such adapters will cost less than iChill and Twin X2 graphics cards.
GeForce GTX 1070 Ti family video cards are based on Nvidia GP104 graphics chip and have at their disposal 2432 cores CUSDA architecture Pascal and eight gigabytes of video memory standard GDDR5. The core frequency ranges from 1607 to 1683 MHz, and the memory operates at an effective frequency of 8 GHz.