The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 is a part of NVIDIA’s Pascal generation of GPUs and unlike previous releases, the company finally closes the gap between mobile and desktop graphics processors and that’s why there’s no “M” in the branding of Pascal GPUs. All thanks to the 16nm TSMC manufacturing process of the GPU, which allows better thermals and overall performance in a smaller form factor. That’s a big technology jump compared to the 28nm Maxwell generation.
Compared to its desktop counterpart, the GTX 1070 doesn’t differ too much. They share identical number of ROPs (64) and identical memory – 8GB GDDR5 with 256-bit bus clocked at 8000 MHz. However, there’s a minor difference in clock speeds – the laptop GPU ticks at 1443 MHz and can go up to 1645 MHz while the desktop variant is running at 1506 MHz – 1683 MHz. To compensate to some extent, the laptop 1070 carries more CUDA cores (2048 vs 1920) and more TMUs (170 vs 120).
Due to its performance, thermals and power consumption, which is believed to be 10W more than the GTX 980M, the GPU is suitable for large 17-inch laptops with the appropriate cooling solution.
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2x NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 (8GB GDDR5, SLI) - technical specifications
|Manufacturing Process||16 nm|
|Base frequency||1443 MHz|
|Memory Frequency||2002 MHz|
|Memory bandwith||256.3 GB/sec|
|Date of release||16 August 2016|
|Power consumption||110 W|
|Maximum frequency||1645 MHz|
|Memory Capacity||8 GB|
|Memory bus||256 bits|
|Supported technologies||Multi-Projection, VR Ready, G-SYNC, Vulkan, Multi Monitor, DirectX 12|