The GTX 1070 Ti is being dubbed as a new-generation GPU comprising of a ton of interesting features.

The GTX 1070 can be configured up to 32 MH/s of hashrate which can be achieved using GTX 1070 Ti. It has a power draw of 120W along with an 8GB GDDR5 256 bit memory.

One of the key features is the cooling system. The card features three fans and each fan is turned off by default and will start spinning only after the card reaches 64 degrees.

The Windforce fans along with the composite heat-pipes make it 50% more efficient than GTX 1070 FE. With a high amount of RAM and great hash rate, this card can mine Ethereum for years together. However, the cards high upfront costs and power draw means that profitability will be a slow process. It is sold at $800, but mining demand can increase the price to over $1000.

Also, note that GTX 1070 Ti features 432 CUDA cores which makes it faster for Ethereum mining because of its 8GB GDDR5 memory at 8 gigabytes per second. The clock of 1070 Ti is 100 MHz higher too, and it is observed that both editions hash at the same rate no matter the difference in core strength. The memory subsystem performance showed that while mining, some of the GTX 1070/1070 Ti cards stayed at 2000 MHz while others dropped to 1900 MHz range. This can be resolved by manually overclocking the memory to its maximum to get the best results from the card. The NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1070 Ti Founders Edition can be bought at $449 which isn’t too expensive considering that GTX 1070 FE could be purchased at $399.


Great cooling system Silent and good fans Stylish and fancy design and interface Excellent build quality, the use of high-end MOSFETs and capacitors adds to its lifespan and stability.


Low hash rate if used on factory settings. Higher power consumption. Price is considerably high when compared to its alternatives.

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