( 5.0 Average / 11 Ratings )
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So happy with this GPU! Not as small as the Gigabyte mini, but still fits in my case. Is quite silent, and when on idle its fans stop spinning. Mine came with a Micron GDDR5, that as far as I know it doesn't overclock as nicely as the Samsung GDDR5, but it's fine for me.
If you want a top performing 1070 GTX, and aren't too bothered about having a huge cooler and RGB lighting, then look no further. You may think the 2 fan cooler is a bit on the small side, but even after bumping the core and memory clocks by 300 Mhz each, the temp remains at 71°C under load using the auto fan mode. The fans are spinning at about 1300RPM when under maximum load, but are very quiet. As soon as you stop stressing the GPU, the fans will totally stop, making it silent. Added to the fact that this comes with a 5 year warranty, and has one of the lowest prices for an after market 1070, this was a no brainer for me. Would definitely recommend.
Small, but very powerful companion + 5 Year Warranty. What can you do wrong here? 4K Gaming on a 4K TV should work as a charm.
Great card for the money. This was the sweet spot for price vs. performance at the time of my build.
This was the first piece of my build and has made a great addition to my desktop. I encourage anyone whose looking at GPU's to compare the difference between the mini and regular sized 1070's. Often the only difference is an LED that lights up or an extra fan. Neither are needed and this makes the case look a lot cleaner. SAVE YOUR MONEY AND GO MINI!
Stellar. Quiet. Traded in a 1060 and happy I did. This thing rocks.
A beast of a graphics card. Was able to get on sale on Newegg with a 30$ rebate. At 1440p I have no stuttering or noticeable frame dips at all. High to ultra details at above 120 frames for most first person shooter's I've played. Would recommend for anyone who wants great graphical quality on a 1440 monitor. Core overclock of 200 and a mem overclock of 300 with temps around 68 C. Fans are loud because of the overclock, but default is very quiet.
This is a fantastic little card! I'm a fan of small form factors, and this was on sale around Black Friday so I couldn't pass it up! With a good amount of air being pushed through my case, this thing overclocks like a champ. It destroys everything I throw at it with the highest settings at 1080p. I don't want a 1080 as I'd never take advantage of 1440p or 4k with my current set up, but I'm fairly confident this card is going to last me for a long time!
What can I say about the Zotac 1070, well it destroys framerates at 1080p and I was able to overclock mine way over stock clocks, considering the reviews show poor overclocking results. One grip against this card is that one of the fans are off balance when the card's fans run between 45-60% but using MSI afterburner and some user fan curves, I don't get the annoying ticking
Ricky Martin once said "she bangs" and I agree. This card is bang for buck! At least before the Great Mining Catastrophe of 2017 it was. I was going to buy the last RX 580 in the entire world at my local Best Buy until I saw this sweet little number. Stays cool and fan noise is not a problem. Slightly slower than it's bigger 1070 brethren but the price cut was worth it! Eventually will bump to a 1440p monitor to revel in high-density pixel action. OC'd to 1.86GHz on core clock, 2.23GHz on memory. I'm overstocked on frames with my 60 hz monitor. Fallout 4 downtown, Mass Effect: Andromeda and Total War: Warhammer are the only games still giving the card some fight at the "I'm running out of boxes to check and put at Ultra" level. Part of that is, I believe, poor optimization on the first two games.