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Great card but had to RMA
Sean from Calgary writes:
- Powerful and works great.
- Had to RMA because of missing thermal pads and couldn't update BIOS to prevent heating issues. Card was quite but with BIOS update its now a loud card.
- Never had to RMA a graphics card before because of missing components that prevent the card from overheating and being damaged.
Best GTX 1070 out there
Ben from St. Albert writes:
- This plays EVERYTHING at 1080P 60fps solid. And it's super quiet! Quieter than ASUS's 3-fan Strix system.
- It requires 2x 8-pin PCI power connectors. A bit of an overkill when stock is only 1x 8-pin.
- This is the Best GTX 1070 out there. I prefer this one over the ASUS version.
Pricey but great card
Steve from Prince Albert, SK writes:
- - It's Pascal, so it's fast - It's fast - RGB LEDs look great through my case - 8 gigs of VRAM - Did I mention it's fast?
- Upgraded from Asus 770 and what a difference. Hopefully it will last me till the next Elder Scolls
Kevan Morin from Edmonton, AB writes:
- Coming from a R9 280X 3GB -- this is a hell of a great upgrade. I went from 40 ~ 50 fps in the new DOOM to 100 ~125 fps out of the box, no overclocking. I was going to go for a 1080 but opted for this one with the option of following up on EVGA's trade up in 3 months. I'm running this in a NZXT H440 and under load I'm getting temps maxing at about 76° C -- idle at 45° C (fans don't run under mid 60's).
- None that I have found.
- Well worth the dollars -- in terms of performance vs cost between this and the 1080 I would say this is the better buy especially with the ability to upgrade within 90 days through EVGA directly.
AMD CF setup to Single GPU Nvidia.
Matthew Curry from Calgary, AB writes:
- With Gpu Boost 3.0 boosts to 2 ghz out of the box. got 2.1ghz overclocked with 450 mhz on the memory with EVGA prec X. Runs Extremely cool even with overclocked 58C-62C out of box. 63-64C when at max voltage and 2126 mhz. Absolutely blown away by how quiet the cooler and how well built it is compared to my old Sapphire Nitro and XFX black edition. its no louder then a normal case fan at load which is amazing. The leds are very nice and bright and look very cool. Especially the pcb led.
- Somewhat limited overclocking i really expected more then 100mhz on the coreclock but i guess it overclocks itself? By going nvidia ive forced myself to have to buy a gsync monitor with the added 200-400 dollar price tag compared to freesync. Also if i want to sli i need a special bridge to do so adding cost to my build.
- All in all i love amd but they lack the high end options for me to consider getting it over a 1070. I had the option to get a fury x for the same price as this card and its even 100 dollars cheaper now but id still hesitate to consider it of this card. Im awaiting the release of the RX 490 or whatever amd wants to offer on the higher end then id consider selling this card and getting that one because of the weaknesses stated above. Fantastic card very happy with the buy. Exceeds Crossfire 380X
GTX 1070 FTW
Johnny from Winnipeg writes:
- Boosted to 2012MHz out of the box. Well built card. No coil whine, my last MSI card had it. Overclocked to 2100MHz core and 4400MHz memory.
- This card and i7-3770K @ 4.4GHz are well suited for my high refresh rate monitor @1080p. If it's not enough for you, you get 90 days to step up through EVGA!