New product cycles on video cards are always exciting, not just because of the performance improvements, I also love checking out what each manufacturer has done to change up their card designs. Some of them change almost nothing and others almost seem to start completely new each time. EVGA used the new launch to introduce their new ACX 3.0 coolers. The new coolers have a completely different look, not just for EVGA but really they aren’t like anything I’ve seen before. They also made improvements in their ACX cooler design. Well, we didn’t get a chance to check the cards out during the GTX 1080 launch but they did send a GTX 1070 a little later into that launch. Sadly, I have had to sit on it a little due to the GTX 1060 launch. With that launch behind us, I can finally run the GTX 1070 SC Gaming ACX 3.0 through our test suite and take a closer look at that cooler design. Having already taken a look at a few other GTX 1070’s I’m really excited to see how the new EVGA card compares.

Product Name: EVGA GTX 1070 SC Gaming ACX 3.0

Review Sample Provided by: EVGA

Written by: Wes

Pictures by: Wes

Amazon Link: HERE

 

Specifications
GPU NVIDIA GTX 1070
CUDA Cores 1920
Base Clock 1594 MHz
Boost Clock 1784 MHz
Texture Fill Rate 191.2GT/s
Memory

8192 MB, 256 bit GDDR5

8008 MHz (effective)

Memory Bandwidth 256.3 GB/s
Cooling ACX 3.0
Interface PCI-E 3.0 16x
Connections DVI-D, DisplayPort, DisplayPort, DisplayPort, HDMI
Resolution & Refresh

240Hz Max Refresh Rate

Max Digital : 7680x4320

Max Monitors Supported 4
Dimensions

Height: 4.376in - 111.15mm

Length: 10.5in - 266.7mm

Width: Dual Slot

Operating System Support

Windows 10 32/64bit

Windows 8 32/64bit

Windows 7 32/64bit

Requirements

Minimum of a 500 Watt power supply.

Total Power Draw : 170 Watts

Product Warranty This product comes with a 3-year warranty. Registration is recommended.

Before diving into testing, I did want to include a copy of the GPUz from the card. With issues popping up this year with manufacturers sending review samples that are turned up to their optional OC clocks I want to make sure we keep everything transparent. The MSI 1070 in our tests was tested at its OC clocks, so we have to keep that in mind when we get into performance numbers. The EVGA, on the other hand, is running right at the 1595MHz base clock that is listed in its specifications, so we are good to go.

Gpuz

 

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #38040 25 Jul 2016 14:29
Today I take a look at EVGAs new design for the GTX 1070. What do you guys/girls think of it?

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