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Buy Zotac Gtx 1070

In terms of pricing, the ZOTAC GTX 1070 AMP! Edition is right in the middle of the pack, where barebones GTX 1070 cards are priced in the $400-$420 range, and higher-end, triple-fan, or liquid-cooled cards can command a price tag of $480-$500. The GTX 1070 AMP is priced at $439, which is fairly typical for a card of its feature-set, although it does tend to beat out its nearest competitors in terms of factory overclocks.

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May I know what kind of graphics score were you getting for firestrike 1080p without including the physics test? For me personally both my rma-ed zotac 1070 amp! (micron chipped) edition was going at a score range of 18200-18300. Only my very first zotac was going at a graphics score of 19000 but died subsequently.

Just sold my zotac 1070 amp! edition. First one died after 2 weeks, rma-ed twice after due to temperature issue. Pretty sure that mine was micron chips due to the bad coil-whines. both the cards I rma-ed after however showed really graphics score of 18200-18300..which is 700 lower than what yours showed..was I just unlucky and drew the short straw of the stack (twice might I remind you) or is there something about micron chips that just isnt worth looking at?

Thank you for enlightening me on certain aspects of micron. I am still quite a beginner and have only relied on reading comments from here and there. Anyway, I managed to sell my zotac amp! and changed to a zotac 1070 amp! extreme. My prayers got asnwered and my card came with the samsung gddr5 chips. Not that I dont believe in micron but I just wanna play safe and have a better chance at overclocking without having to flash any bios or so forth.but thank you, I really do appreciate it!

Finally, the Zotac GeForce GTX 1070 AMP! Extreme is one superb and excellent graphics card. It may not be for everybody due to its size, but if you want a fast GTX 1070 out of the box with the best air cooling solution out there, consider this on your top list. Otherwise, Zotac also has the GTX 1070 AMP! Edition, also a fantastic graphics card but with a slimmer cooling solution than the AMP Extreme.

Like I said before their performance difference between different models is not that significant. Have you watched the video?If you want the fastest GTX 1070 out of the box, better hunt for the one with the highest clock speeds. You can see it from the list (link I gave you).

ZOTAC's new GeForce GTX 1070 Ti AMP! Extreme Edition is the second custom GeForce GTX 1070 Ti graphics card we've tested, after the MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Ti GAMING and the third GTX 1070 Ti in total following our review of NVIDIA's own GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Founders Edition.

The AMP! Extreme Edition graphics cards are the best that ZOTAC make, and are always some of the best custom GTX 10 series graphics cards released. It happened with the GTX 1080 and GTX 1070, and again with the GTX 1080 Ti, and now that awesome-ness continues with the GTX 1070 Ti AMP! Extreme Edition.

NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 1070 Ti graphics cards are all good, and we know that ZOTAC puts its all into the AMP! Extreme range, so the TL;DR here is that ZOTAC's new GeForce GTX 1070 Ti AMP! Extreme Edition is worthy of your money. Now let's walk through some of those things individually, before we get to the best-in-class performance and cooling capabilities.

ZOTAC hasn't changed the look of its AMP! Extreme Edition graphics cards, so the GeForce GTX 1070 Ti AMP! Extreme Edition looks exactly like the AMP! Extreme Edition versions of the GTX 1070, GTX 1080, and GTX 1080 Ti.

Even when it was overclocked to 2037MHz boost on the GPU, ZOTAC's GeForce GTX 1070 Ti AMP! Extreme Edition ran at just 62C, with our entire GPU test bed using anywhere between 315W and 340W depending on the benchmark or game.

Out of the five different GTX 1070 Ti cards I now have here in my lab, ZOTAC has the highest GPU clocks with the GTX 1070 Ti AMP! Extreme Edition. I was able to drive my sample up to 2037MHz GPU boost, with power at 140% and the fans still on automatic.

Even at this huge overclock, the GTX 1070 Ti AMP! Extreme Edition ran nice and cool at 62C under 100% load when gaming and mining. I also overclocked the 8GB of GDDR5 right up to 4513MHz resulting in 9Gbps of bandwidth, up from the 8Gbps on stock speeds. This provides a huge improvement in cryptocurrency mining, especially memory intensive mining like Ethereum.

ZOTAC gets around this in a few ways by offering their one-click overclocking of the GTX 1070 Ti AMP! Extreme Edition in their own FireStorm OC software, and secondly by providing us with the most OC frequency out of the handful of cards I've tested so far.

ZOTAC has yet another winner on its hands, offering the best performance from any of our custom GeForce GTX 1070 Ti cards yet. I've still got to test the EVGA and GALAX cards, but from preliminary testing, they don't touch the 2037MHz GPU ceiling the ZOTAC does. I will be putting much more time into those cards in the next week or so, and will be doing a GTX 1070 Ti round up - so be sure to check back for that.

The backplate that ZOTAC has used is out-of-this-world good. I absolutely love looking into the PC and seeing the Corsair RGB LEDs beaming all sorts of colors and creating different mixes of colors against the yellow backplate on the GTX 1070 Ti AMP! Extreme. It really does look slick.

The Bottom Line: ZOTAC has the most overclockable and best performing GTX 1070 Ti yet, with the GTX 1070 Ti AMP! Extreme Edition blowing us away. 60C under 100% load, 2037MHz max GPU overclock, and an amazingly-styled backplate. It makes me blush.

Zotac is bringing some good value stuff in the market for enthusiasts and gamers, particularly in graphics card. There are 5 different graphics cards in GTX 1070 lineup. GTX 1070 mini is aimed at market segment with budgetary constraints yet it has delivered performance level of a regular size graphics card. This card does not have any blowers and whistles of RGB and any such stuff it has simple shroud design. No lighting effect and cut down version of icestorm cooler. But, above facts and figures are enough to justify the purchase of this card particularly when one would consider the price of it. Its price is $389.99 as listed on NewEgg. Based on its size, it is best suited for any small form factor build yet it can be used in any regular ATX size build. Needless to say, it has SLI capability as well.

The general problem with all GeForce GTX 1070 Ti cards affects this model as well. Nvidia's mandated clock rates mean it doesn't matter if you buy a reference card or a fancy third-party board. The overclocking limits and factory performance are all about the same, plus or minus a few percent. Unfortunately, this card is especially problematic due to its issues with fan control and resulting noise. Even if Zotac were to fix that with a firmware update, though, there's no way we'd suggest spending $500 on a 1070 Ti when GeForce GTX 1080 cards start in the same range.

It seems like Zotac's R&D department had the right idea when they tackled Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1070 Ti. Little did they know just how much could go wrong when the money men try to play the role of engineers.

Since the performance of all third-party GeForce GTX 1070 Ti cards is similar, given fixed base and GPU Boost clock rates mandated by Nvidia, actual benchmark results depend on the GPU Boost frequencies each vendor can sustain. As you might imagine, then, cooling and chip quality play the most important roles. That's why we're putting our emphasis on the actual implementation of each model. To that end, a lot of equipment goes into thoroughly documenting a graphics card's behaviors.

At this point, it's not possible to reach a meaningful conclusion by comparing the performance of one card over another. The differences are too small. Therefore, we're not going to label manufacturers in our benchmarks, particularly since one of those two variables (chip quality) cannot be held constant, even between retail samples off the shelf. Just know that every GeForce GTX 1070 Ti fares similarly out of the box.

Plan for an additional 5mm of clearance for the backplate. This extra requirement means the Zotac GeForce GTX 1070 Ti AMP Extreme isn't particularly well-suited for multi-GPU configurations. The card's stability suffers without the backplate installed, and the large width measurement means two won't sit back to back comfortably. You'd need a vacant slot in between them.

Two eight-pin auxiliary power connectors are rotated by 180 to avoid interfering with the heat sink's fins. They're positioned at the card's end, facing up, so you don't have to worry about even more clearance behind the GeForce GTX 1070 Ti AMP Extreme in your chassis. The design feels rather slim and compact, despite its bulky dimensions.

Despite the small size, the ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1070 Mini is equipped with a rather sophisticated cooling system (not exactly surprising because we are talking about a 150 W TDP here) featuring a copper base, two thick heat pipes, a relatively large aluminum radiator with thin fins as well as two 90-mm fans. The cooling system requires more space than coolers on other Mini-ITX graphics cards, but most of such builds have some extra space inside. The card requires one 8-pin auxiliary PCIe power connector to function, just like all the other GeForce GTX 1070 graphics adapters around.

The ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1070 Founders Edition (basically looks like any other FE card out in the market) is a beautiful card, nice cooling shroud design with backplate that makes it look even better. Overclocking headroom is good and performance gain is significant while still maintaining very low power draw. Based on my record the power draw is even better than a GTX 970!

Zotac has a history of making cards for edge cases, and the Zotac 1070 Ti Mini certainly falls in this category. Those users who want small form factor (SFF) cases will rejoice, with the only minor drawback being that there are no compatible waterblocks for the card if you wanted to go that route. 041b061a72

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