A $699 graphics card is not all that different from a $1000 laptop.
And that’s the big difference in the GeForce GTX 1070.
It’s not just the price, but the specs and features that make this card worth the price.
The GeForce GTX 1060 is Nvidia’s latest GPU architecture and it is the successor to its previous GeForce GTX 970, which was Nvidia’s most powerful GPU ever.
The GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, which launched a few months after the GTX 1080 was released, is a very similar card to the GeForce 1080 Ti and is a smaller upgrade.
The GTX 1070 has the same specifications as the GTX 1070, but it’s actually a bigger upgrade.
The GTX 1070 features a new CUDA core count and CUDA compute units (CCUs) that are the same as those found in the GTX 980 Ti, GTX 970 Ti, and GTX 970.
The card has 384 CUDA cores, 256 texture units, and 28 ROPs (Raster Operations Units) that can each handle up to 256 texture maps per second.
Nvidia has doubled the clock speed of the GPU to 1040MHz, while the GDDR5X memory has a theoretical clock speed that’s 25 percent higher than the GDDR4 memory found in Nvidia’s Maxwell GPUs.
The card’s cooling is a lot more efficient than the GTX 970’s.
It uses new, high-efficiency fans and the cooling loop is made of a new material that absorbs heat better than conventional fans.
The cooling system also comes with an integrated “sump” cooler that helps the card dissipate heat.
If you’re planning to buy this graphics card, it’s important to understand that it’s not a gaming card.
Instead, it offers a nice value proposition.
The 1070 is also one of the fastest cards we’ve seen in a while, and it should be a compelling option for gamers looking to build an overclocked system.