Rumours surrounding the GTX 1070Ti have been circulating for a while now but this week has brought forward the most evidence so far. Not only have there been several benchmark leaks, but now KFA2’s custom-cooled GTX 1070Ti has leaked on its own website.
KFA2 accidentally went live with a product page for their GTX 1070Ti, ahead of next week’s official launch. The KFA2 GTX 1070Ti EX comes with 8GB of GDDR5 memory, a 6+8 pin power connector and comes with 1607MHz/1683MHz base/boost clock speeds. The KFA2 web page has since been taken down but fortunately, we have screenshots, which you can see in the gallery below. Do note that if you are using an adblocker, then the images may not appear correctly for you. Disabling it and reloading the page should fix this.
If you want a rough idea of performance, we have already seen specification leaks, as well as benchmark leaks for the GTX 1070Ti. There are results for Fire Strike, Time Spy and Ashes of the Singularity, all of which put the GTX 1070Ti firmly between the 1070 and 1080 performance-wise.
We don’t have any solid gaming numbers yet and depending on overclocking, we could see the 1070Ti reach closer to GTX 1080 levels of performance. We should know everything for sure soon enough as we get closer to the launch.
KitGuru Says: The GTX 1070Ti may not be the most exciting release, especially this late into the Pascal cycle. However, it should be interesting to put to the test either way. It could end up being a great alternative to the GTX 1080 for those willing to gamble on the silicon lottery and try some overclocking.