GeForce GTX 1070 Ti
Effective Memory Clock
Black / Red
Expansion Slot Width
- 32 points
- 13 months ago
from completed build Cigar Lounge
I decided to upgrade from PNY's GTX 1060 6Gb to Asus' GTX 1070 Ti Cerberus for absolutely no valid reason. This thing is a beast and it overclocks like a demon. Beware of the size. It's not particularly long, but it's thick; it takes about 2½ slots.
- 11 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build Big, Black and Slightly Powerful
This card performs just like a 1070Ti should. However the cooler isn't as good compared to ASUS' Strix lineup, expect temps under moderate load to be 3-8°C higher than most 1070Ti cards and 5-10°C higher under heavy load. The shroud is made out of a matte black plastic that feels quite sturdy in the hand for a plastic shroud. The card has a metal backplate with a nice, albeit slightly tacky design of the red Cerberus logo. Personally this is a nice touch since this is the first card I've gotten with a backplate which prevents me from accidentally doing anything stupid to the PCB when handling it. Technically I bought this from MicroCenter for $158 after using the 2 year warranty on my $300 1060 6GB to get $300 in-store credit, taking the rest out of my bank account. I don't think anyone else will see a 1070Ti for $158, so for $458 is this card worth it? If you can stand slightly higher temperatures then it's definitely worth it. At the time I bought this card 1080s hovered around $600 at MicroCenter but since 1080s on online markets are nearing MSRP, I'd say pay the extra $50 or so and get a 1080.
- 9 points
- 13 months ago
from completed build First Ever Gaming Build
Got a MASSIVE discount from friends at Microcenter for buying CPU, MOBO, and other things from them, 1070ti is a SLIGHTLY less powerful 1080 for a notable less amount of money. There were no other 1080 discounts over $50 so I would have been shelling out up to an extra $300 for little benefit. My friend said he had a CERBERUS and he recommended it which is why I picked this specific one.
- 7 points
- 7 months ago
from completed build Simple Me
GPU: Asus Gtx 1070ti Cerberus - I waited for about 3 months for the Rtx. But so disappointed w/ the price. Rtx is not worth to buy right now, considering games are not yet optimized for those cards. Planning to have Gtx 2070 is caused for about $652. I get 1070ti for about $410. Many Tech said that If am going to overclocked this card am I going to get 1080 performance? Well I think that is reasonable rather getting an 1080 w/c caused $560.