Here's the GeForce GTX 1070 Ti lineup from MSI. There's one model with a blower-type cooler, three models with a dual-fan cooling solution and one version with three fans. What these cards all have in common is their clockspeeds. It seems the rumors about NVIDIA not allowing factory overclocking were true, all five cards have a 1607MHz base clock, 1683MHz Boost and 8GB GDDR5 with a 8GHz frequency.
MSI's award-winning TWIN FROZR VI Thermal Design raised the bar of Graphics Card air cooling. TORX Fan 2.0 is the enhanced version of the patented MSI TORX Fan technology which generates 22% more air pressure for better cooling performance while further reducing noise levels. Connected to the huge heatsink are up to 8mm thick copper heat pipes with a squared shape at the bottom for optimal heat transfer from the solid nickel-plated copper baseplate combined with premium thermal compound X to keep the Pascal powerhouse cool.
With a large triple-fan cooling solution, DUKE is made for users that prioritize a massive airflow to keep their beastly card cool. It features a custom PCB that shares its design with MSI’s dominant GAMING series cards.
Dressed in a fashionable Black & White design inspired by advanced armor shielding, the MSI GeForce® GTX 1070 Ti ARMOR 8G is perfect for gamers and case modders looking for something unique and different. The new ARMOR 2X Thermal Design uses the patented TORX Fan technology also found on the award winning TWIN FROZR V graphics cards and Advanced Airflow Control for enhanced cooling performance. MSI’s Zero Frozr technology stops the fans in low-load situations such as web browsing or light gaming to remain fully silent.
Sporting a sleek Black & Silver look, the MSI GeForce® GTX 1070 Ti AERO 8G will look great in any build. The AERO graphics cards feature a thermal design built around a radial fan which pushes all the heated air out of the PC via a rear exhaust, keeping the rest of your components cool.
The new GeForce® GTX 1070 Ti-based cards are expected to be available starting November 2017. Please note that the GeForce® GTX 1070 Ti Titanium 8G and GTX 1070 DUKE 8G sales are limited to the United States, China and Taiwan.
Availability is slated for early November, you will also have to wait one more week for reviews.