May 31, 2016 05:15 AM EDT

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 News: Titanic Features To Dominate Gaming World; Stunning Graphic Card For All Time?

Recent news and updates surrounding Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 revealed the titanic features of the gear that aims on dominating the gaming world. Also, the stunning graphic card upgrades intensifies the game's features and specs.

The GeForce GTX 1070 offers Titan-level, no-compromises graphics or a mere $380 and the GTX 1080 may be the new king of graphics cards, but this powerful new prince's blend of price and performance will no doubt make it the people's champion despite being overshadowed by the GTX 970 in terms of stealth, reports PC World.

The GeForce GTX 1070's power stems from the same source as the GTX 1080's: Nvidia's Pascal GPU while the Graphics cards from both Nvidia and AMD have been stuck on the same underlying 28nm technology for four long years, but Pascaland forthcoming Radeon cards based on AMD's Polaris GPU, according to the same post.

In addition, it is an appalling trend wherein there are indicators of process generations, lessening down to 16nm transistors and incorporating a 3D "FinFET" technology. In a former post from Jobs & Hire, it was revealed how the GTX 1080 stunned the gamers in terms of features and modifications utilized on the tech gear.

On a different note, a subtle, but vital difference from the GTX 1080 is the GTX 1070's memory. Comparing the GTX 1080 and its adopted cutting-edge GDDR5X memory set to 10Gbps, the GTX 1070 presently embeds 8GB of traditional GDDR5 RAM with a 256-bit bus which is clocked at 8Gbps for a more efficient memory bandwidth that runs on 256GBps.

As the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 arrives on the stalls, it is irrefutable that it would incorporate titanic features that could dominate the gaming world and attain the epic name of one of the most stunning graphic cards for all time.

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