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  • 8GB 256-Bit GDDR5
  • Core Clock 1607+ MHz
  • Boost Clock 1683+ MHz
  • 1 x DL-DVI-D 1 x HDMI 2.0b 3 x DisplayPort 1.4
  • 2432 CUDA Cores
  • PCI Express 3.0

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Ultimate Gaming with
EVGA Precision XOC + OC Scanner X

Take on today's most challenging, graphics-intensive games without missing a beat. The EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti delivers the incredible speed and power of NVIDIA Pascal - the most advanced gaming GPU architecture ever created. This is the ultimate gaming platform.

Overclock your EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti with
EVGA Precision XOC and EVGA OC Scanner X.

Take your EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti to the next level with exclusive EVGA Precision XOC / EVGA OC Scanner X integration. With the click of one button, EVGA Precision XOC will detect, scan and apply your optimal overclock!

Built on Pascal

The EVGA GeForce® GTX™ 1070 HYBRID features the most advanced GPU architecture ever made, designed to be the engine of next-generation gaming.

Hydro Performance without the Hassle

All in one cooling solution that is completely self-contained.
No filling,
No custom tubing,
No maintenance.
Just plug and play.

Sleek Looks

Intelligent wiring system and sleeved tubing make this one sleek cooler without the messy wires.

Copper Base

Provides maximum heat transfer.

Virtually Silent Operation

Variable controlled fans allow dynamic fan speed based on GPU temperature, and the water cooling efficiency means very low noise fans.

Built in Radiator and Fan

Built in 120mm radiator and fan helps dissipate the heat keeping the GPU as cool as possible. Fan can also be swapped or customized.

Cooling for VRM and Memory

VRM and Memory cooling solution separated from GPU, allowing for lowest GPU temperatures, and efficient VRM and Memory cooling.

The next generation of EVGA PrecisionX has arrived with EVGA PrcisionX OC. This new version of Precision is built for the NVIDIA Pascal architecture and combines the best of EVGA Precision and EVGA OC Scanner to give you never before seen overclocking features and built in automatic overclock tuning.


Standard Overclock Mode


Pascal Linear


Pascal Manual

  • EVGA Double BIOS
  • Simultaneous Multi-Projection
  • VR Ready
  • NVIDIA Ansel
  • NVIDIA SLI w/ HB Bridge Support
  • NVIDIA GameStream
  • NVIDIA GPU Boost 3.0
  • Microsoft DirectX 12
  • Vulkan API
  • OpenGL 4.5 Support
  • PCIe 3.0
  • Max Digital Resolution - 7680 x 4320
  • HDMI 2.0b, DisplayPort 1.4 and Dual-Link DVI
  • Built for EVGA Precision XOC
  • 5+1 Phase Power Design
  • White LED
  • 2432 CUDA Cores
  • Base Clock: 1607+ MHz
  • Boost Clock: 1683+ MHz
  • Bus: PCIe 3.0
  • 2-Way SLI Ready

  • Memory Detail: 8192 MB GDDR5
  • Memory Bit Width: 256 Bit
  • Memory Clock: 8008 MHz Effective
  • Memory Speed: 0.25ns ns
  • Memory Bandwidth: 256 GB/s

Learn more about the EVGA 08G-P4-5678-KR

Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
  • Warranty
  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti GAMING SC HYBRID 6/25/2018 8:40:55 AM

Pros: I use this primarily for Rendering with Octane Rederer. I have had this at 80% load for over 3 days of rendering. The Temp didn't go over 45c.
I have a light OC on the units and it is very stable.
I own 8 of these total. All worked out of the box and worked. Zero Issues

Cons: None yet.

Overall Review: I own 8 of these total. All worked out of the box and

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Verified Owner
5/ 5
Very happy with the performance 5/2/2018 11:22:53 AM

Pros: Reasonably affordable in this confirmation.
1911mhz out of the box. at 31C +- idling, 48C +- on Heaven benchmark after multiple loops. (4k 50fps +-, 1440 90fps +-)

Cons: no RGB option, or on\off LED option, only white EVGA Hybrid logo. Also I wish it had 140 or 240 option.

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4/ 5
Best 2K option for me. 4/2/2018 4:08:38 PM

Pros: To see what I think about where I am with the EVGA GTX1070ti SC HYBRID 8 MEG GDDR5 you need to know where I left! My old card was an EVGA GTX970 SCC version that served me really well @ 1080P gaming. No, not all games were at maximum detail, but close. I updated to a newer G-SYNC ACER XB271HU 1440P monitor and games were well below medium in most settings, not surprisingly. My main board is a MSI P55 GD80 1156 socket with an i7 870. Yes, nearly a ten year old CPU! I’ve changed the HD’s to 1TB Samsung 850 PRO and a 2TB Micron 1100 SSD running AHCI drivers. The SSD drive speeds are PLENTY fast to ignore $$$ NvME drive for now. The USB does use a daughter card for USB 3.0 on the computer’s two front USB sockets to get passed the slower native USB, for $8.00! 16 Meg of system RAM round it out. Why get the EVGA 1070ti hybrid GPU for this system?

I know the monitor I’ll be using, and the current CPU’s are “broken” until fixed in hardware. I’d rather wait till the new architecture is out before I change MB and CPU. Likely the 3 GHz hyper-threaded CPU can still supply the GPU with enough data at maximum resolution to get the job done just fine at 60 FPS or higher. If that’s the situation, there is NO REASON to spend $$$ on a MB, Memory, OS and CPU (or even a NvME boot drive). The GPU was technically too expensive as is but less aggravating than the 1080 hybrid cards. Did it work out that the 1070ti gets the job done at 1440P with this old CPU?

The GTX970 and the GTX1070ti are complete opposites when running. The zero fan GTX970 is SILENT (no fan!) at idle while the GTX1071ti VRM fan and radiator hum along at 1200 RPM. They seem fixed to one another and throttle together if you set the fan speed to 100% and listen. At idle the 1070ti hybrid is not loud at all, but it is indeed louder. The tides turn in 1440P games where the 970 hits 85C with ~ 85% CPU utilization on all cores in Crysis 3 @ 50 FPS (medium detail) and the two fans at full tilt. The GTX1070ti hybrid runs 46C and 85% CPU utilization with full detail and 70 FPS, fans not ramping up one bit from idle speed of 1200 RPM. Yes, it is indeed an upgrade. Could it be better with a 4 GHz CPU? Sure, but based on data with modern CPU’s @ 1440P it is less than 10 FPS. This card is ideally suited for 1440P gaming.

The XOC software is a mess. No directions, crashed in manual mode all the time, aggravating help bubbles that time out in three seconds, and it can’t seem to finish a “basic” over clock half the time. After several “automatic” sessions, and figuring out how to store a PROFILE for W10 @ start-up, I managed a 1607 MHz base GPU clock and an indicated +114MHz GPU over clock offset. I left the memory alone for now as little is to be gained there. Not a contest winner by any means but it is representative of a reasonable over clock. But wait, the software doesn’t really show what the GPU DOES in games! The new GPU’s have dynamic over clock and the water cooled CPU NEVER throttles back! It stays too cool so it goes to the maximum XOC over clock and sits there. How do you know? With the OSD, On Screen Diagnostics, you can see the real time performance on key variables. THEN you see the “ti” in action. And, I set CPUID Hardware Monitor, too, to capture the variables.

In Dead Space, an easier game to run, it reaches 110 FPS average at maximum detail and 1607 MHz GPU clock @ 30C. Stick a tough game in there like Crysis 3 at max detail, and it runs 75 FPS average and 46C with a constant 2020 MHz GPU clock. So yes, it does “over clock” to 1070ti territory, but you’d never know it from the software data front end. The fans never spin past IDLE speed (1200 RPM) the whole time in a 22C room. Can’t complain about that. The old i7 870 CPU load is ~85-90% on most cores with a few hits to 100%. The GPU is 98% load in both games.

The card is classy looking in a clean understated way with a white (not bright) LED "EVGA Hybrid" logo. I like it.

So there you have it. A ten-year-old PC with a modern EVGA HYBRID GTX1070ti runs fine, and I don’t have to spend a dime on the “greatest” CPU and support hardware. I already have the longest legged CPU in history. I’m sitting tight with this ten-year-old rig, and glad I bought the EVGA 1070ti hybrid GPU. It is QUIET in games, acceptable at idle and is a thin, light and easy to manage card that gets the lead out (the radiator/fan) so it doesn’t sag. If you have room for a 120mm radiator, to me this is the 1070ti series card to get. If this doesn’t cook your bacon…better look at the 1080ti for even a remote chance of added heat. But, that’s well over $400.00 more than the 1070ti and I can’t use 11G of Ram designed for 4K, which a 1080ti JUST manages decent frame rates in most games. 4K is the next round 4 years from now. I build behind the top of the curve at 1440P / 2K.

Cons: The downside is the price @ $150.00 over retail. It could be far worse, but the card saved me a new MB, CPU, memory, OS and NvME boot drive it runs so well with my i7 870 1156 socket system. This fact nudged it into the "forget the price" kind of purchase. Still, one egg has to come off as it isn't available for MSRP, even. It SHOULD be LESS than MSRP today.

Overall Review: The XOC software seems really buggy to me and doesn't show the upper limits of the GPU in game PRIOR to running the game(s). Most over clockers will have better luck with MSI AFTERBURNER. I don't overclock the last few MHz as the FPS are 10 or less, and to me that means a HUGE real improvement is needed. At real world price a 1080 might be justifiable overkill. Today's prices say to buy what you NEED and move on. An 11 Meg 1080ti is simply unobtainable performance increase for my system and resolution let alone the $$$.

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Verified Owner
5/ 5
A good deal 1/17/2018 11:52:19 AM

Pros: Great deal for hybrid at the time when it sold for 676 cad. It can overclock to match a 1080 . With included oc scan software I got 2025 gpu clock on a quick scan. With full stress test the temps stay below 40c in a room temp of 24c while Rad fan stays around 30% . Performance is closer to that if a 1080 than a 1070. There is no fan noise unless you crank it past 60% and the 120mm rad fan is well built . Came with a better looking backplate than advertised in picture as more solid rather than grill holes and has nice logo. White led is well lit up. The hoses are velvety in texture.

Cons: No driver cd is included although everything is free to download. Not really a con but they used to include a disk with all the software and drivers .

Overall Review: I am playing Battlefield 1 @1080p on ultra settings with highest fps around 130 and lowest fps around 110 . Thats with mild overclock if 2025mhz gpu running on a sabertooth x79 with a i73930k @3.8ghz. This card is best for a 1440p monitor . Dont think this card is stupid like youtube reviewers say. It comes close to the 1080 8gb version at less cost .It is lame that nvidia set a clock limit for manufactures of this card but the overclocking utility is well built and a good work around as it can really push this card while maintaining low thermals. If your going to get a 1080 make sure it would be for a 4k monitor other wise you spending to much and in that case if you want best fps on 4k monitor then skip the 1070 and 1080 8gb versions and go with the 1080 11gb version. If your playing at 1440p the 1070 and 1070Ti is best option. Amd vega cards are cheaper but they use to much power .get to hot and dont preform as well . I got this card for 676 cad and I think that since the price went through the roof I got lucky . As I write this review most cards have trippled in price and at the same time bitcoin had lost 40% of its value . The bubble will burst and people will be selling second hand 1070.1080s . Get ready for some affordable Sli configs if that happens .

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