( 4.9 Average / 7 Ratings )
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I love this little card. I have used several different GTX 1070 cards and this one is my favorite because of the power that is packed in such a small size. I had it in a Cooler Master Elite 110 case and moved it over for this build.
I was planning to go with an R9 Nano, because AMD seems to work better with AutoCAD. I didn’t really want to go that route, especially with the power of Pascal being available. But then masa6gcs showed this report to me. It was a relief to see that not only would Nvidia be preferable, but also the GTX cards were generally better performing than their workstation counterparts. Previously I had only had experience with MSI, but it turns out that only Gigabyte has an ITX version of the 1070 that would fit. So far this card has been great. In any ITX build temps are always a concern and so far there hasn’t been any concerns. For graphic intensive tasks, besides driving the 34 inches of curved visual majesty that is her monitor, she plays The SIms 4 and as mentioned does AutoCAD for work. This card does all of these things with ease. Over Winter break I’m planning to do a campaign on Civilization 6 just to see what it would be like to see an empire spread across so much screen. I’ll provide an update when that happens.
This card was pretty new when I did my build, so not a whole lot of deals on it, but so far, it's been awesome. The fan is pretty quiet, it doesn't go above 70 C torturing it with FurMark for an hour, fits the case, matches the components, and should buy me a few years. Hopefully.
Great graphics card, its a little overpriced but I got it on sale.
Only 2 GPU's will fit in this case. Good reviews on both, but seemed Zoltec runs hotter (that's what I've read} No lighting. Nice Nvidia software.
Perfect for 1080p gaming. Is very quiet.