You can check out our GTX 1070 Graphics Card range to compare vs the 1070 Ti range.
NVIDIA’s 1070 Ti lies in a sweet spot between the GTX 1080 and the GTX 1070. As predictable as it sounds, sharing the same Pascal architecture with the GTX 1070 means that there are few surprises between matching the two. Still, the 1070 Ti is notably more impressive when it comes down to overclocking and performance. It’s easy to boost the Founders Edition GTX 1070 Ti up to 2012MHz on the core clock and 8100MHz on the memory with a few simple clicks.
In June 2016, NVIDIA released the GeForce GTX 1070 and cemented their hold as the titans of upper-midrange GPU’s. The GTX 1070 was quickly praised as one of the best graphics cards for gamers, providing superb gaming performance that remained at a moderate price in comparison to other GPU’s available on the market. Since then, gamers have been treated to the GTX 1070’s older brother, the GeForce GTX 1070 Ti. But what’s the difference (other than the higher price)?
Upgrading your GPU can be a matter of life or death for the capacities of your PC, including future-proofing your computer for future games releases. Don’t be fooled by the simple addition of two letters to the end of a graphics card’s name – a Ti GPU means that it is the beefed-up ‘Pro’ version of a base graphics card, giving the user better gaming performances and graphics shaders.
You can read more between the differences of the 1070 and 1070 Ti in our blog post here.