ASUS ROG STRIX-GTX1070-O8G-GAMING: GTX 1070, Strix Style!

3DMark

3DMark

3DMark includes everything you need to benchmark your hardware. With its wide range of benchmarks, you can test everything from tablets and notebooks to the latest 4K gaming PCs.

Firestrike_Ultra

 

 

3DMark Firestrike Ultra we’ve left all of our GPU stack on the chart and of course the ASUS ROG Strix GTX 1070 scored a 4444 which puts it behind its big brother the GTX 1080.

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We went ahead and ran FireStrike Extreme and FireStrike so you can compare numbers to see how you stack up to the GTX Strix 1070 but charting it would just show the same positioning as the Ultra test. On 3DMark Extreme we got a 8370 overall score.

firestrike

 

Regular Firestrike we got 16126 which is darn good for the ROG Strix GTX 1070 and shows the value of it as the value it really is compared to the 1080’s.

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3 comments

  1. Why not pish the memory? This card benefits well from memory OC over 9ghz

  2. 1) I think its the GTX1080 that has Two power (8+6) connects, whist it is the GTX1070 that has the single 8-pin. Not the other way around (as the File image shows).

    2) It seems that the only thing that makes these faster is the clock speeds due to the smaller (16nm) FinFet stranding; because the 1070 has less Stream processors, less Rasterisers, less Tesselation units and less texture units than the stock GTX980 and it also has less Transistors than the 980ti…. So it should be cheaper….

    3) Is it really worth the update from a gtx980, if it just cooks quicker?

    I`m concerned, the 1070 held back…. and a Ti version will be released with as many, or more:- Stream processors, Rasterisers, Tesselation Units, and Texture Units than the 980Ti.

    Hope so…
    Darn it… that means I will wait a month or two longer…. Misfiring head.

  3. I have only ever seen ONE 8-Pin power connect on the Asus GTX1070 Strix… and yet many sites report it has Two, as this site claims.

    The photos only show One… so, which is it? Is there a `Hidden (secretive) 2nd Power connect`?

    Funnily enough, this site also claims the GTX1080 Strix has only ONE 8-pin power connect…. So, it seems the faulty Graph is being shared internationally, without any check or edit.

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