( 4.8 Average / 58 Ratings )
This thing runs everything flawlessly on max settings in 1080. Mine overclocks well (mileage my very). Nvidia’s software is excellent. Gigabyte’s software allows me to change the LEDs on the card to match my rig. The only con I have is the price was a little high but being a brand new chip, I understand the law of supply and demand.
First 1070 that I could buy and available on Amazon. People recommend blower cards for small builds but I haven't had problems with it so far but given I'm only gaming on 1080p which is peanuts resolution for this card. Seeing 60s temperature after an hour of gaming. Card does look good with nice back plate too. No length/width issue with Node 202.
Blazing fast BEAST of a GPU! Absolutely love this card, and while I have not OC'ed it (yet), it has the capabilities to do so like a champ. Will absolutely destroy anything thrown at it in 1080p and the majority of things thrown at it in 1440p. I would highly recommend this as the best performance to value high end card available right now.
Love the looks love the performance love the card 10/10 she's beautiful
WOW, will be gaming in 4k in a few days to push it.
Pascal - Nuff said. So far, has crushed every game I've thrown at it, hitting 120+ fps on AAA titles at WQHD (2560x1440) at full settings.
Dead silent, lots of LED colors to chose from, Fans only spin when the 1070 reaches a certain temperature.
Nice back plate too!
EDIT: The gigabyte GTX 1070 has a problem with fans if you don't update the bios, It will keep doing that buzzing noise which if you ask me, is extremely irritating
My favourite graphics card from the new lineup, Asus is a close second but the slimmer design, fans and small details on this G1 version win me over. That little carbon fibre seperation between each fan is crazy cool :)
I've had this card for over a month now and it's an absolute beast. It runs very quiet and when the fans spin, you can't even hear it. The aesthetics are on point with orange accents on the face of the card which you can't see when you install it. The addition of a back plate and RGB lights is also a plus. Sometimes the gpu gets hot enough, the fans will kick in and then stops. Doing this creates a choppy sound which is a bit irritating. I'd suggest turning on the fans to 20% to stop this. Overall, I'm happy with my first GPU. Only gripe is that I bought it when it first came out. It's $60 cheaper now :(
Equipped with much more robust power design than reference cards, a fancy backplate, and a standard height PCB, this card is truly awesome. Easily overlockable to 2152MHz. The backplate is compatible with EKWB GTX 1080 G1 water block, as long as the four outermost EK standoffs on the block are removed.