NVIDIA’s upcoming product GeForce GTX 1070 Ti is a Pascal-based architecture that aims to offer excellent performance for gamers. It includes a highly efficient design and advanced features. The company announced on its website that the device would come with a price tag of around $500.

The GTX 1070 Ti has gained an enormous amount of attention because the graphics card itself is the latest addition to the company’s Geforce 10 Series. The card was crafted with Pascal GP 104 core which can be found in GTX 1070 and GTX 1080.

Those two GeForce 10 series cards were released last year.

Presently, both Graphics Cards have seen a price cut. The Geforce Gtx 1070 is selling for $329, while 1080 is retailing for $499.

Specifications and details

Even though both ten series cards have minor differences when compared to the 1070 Ti, the upcoming graphics card still has extra features that make it more popular than the previous GeForce cards. When it comes to the latest card specifications, the card installed is the new SKO, better known as the GP-104-300 which has one SM disabled. In other words, it has very similar performance and specifications to the 1080.

The chip also features 7.2 billion transistors on a die of 314mm while having 2,432 cores placed around the 19 enabled units. This gives fans a total of 152 TMUs, 8 GB of GDDR 5 memory that clocked at 8 Gbps for its 256 GB bandwidth, and 64 ROPs.

The upcoming card’s clock speed is maintained at 1607 MHz base while offering 1683 boost.

When it comes to power, the latest card has the same TDP with the 1080’s 180W which requires a single 8-pin power connector. But the chip’s custom boards that have better PCB can optimize for different power configurations.

As for the price, the 1070 Ti will have a retail price of $449.

However, the custom models might cost few more dollars than the regular one. Fans can expect the GeForce GTX 1070 Ti to be released on November 2.

AMD lunches Ryzen 5 2500U and Ryzen 7 2700U

AMD has finally released its ultimate mobile processor. According to a post from the Verge, both Ryzen 5 2500U and 2700U are claimed to be six times more power efficiency when compared to Intel’s Kaby Lake processors.

The post further claimed that the in the past, Intel had the best chip in the mobile sectors. However, it seems that AMD has managed to achieve something impossible, considering its Ryzen 2700U can easily pound out a 91W TDP Kaby Lake Core i5 7600K.

The device comes with eight threads and four processing cores. It delivers three times more CPU and 2.28 GPU performances, and 58 percent less power consumption over is ancestors.