Gigabyte GTX 1070 TI vs Gigabyte GTX 1070 G1 Gaming rev. 2

So, I'm deciding between those 2 graphic cards:
1) Gigabyte GTX 1070 TI
2) Gigabyte GTX 1070 G1 Gaming rev. 2

They are priced about the same.
Is the TI better/faster then the 1070G1 version, although the G1 has higher cloc speeds...?
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  1. Just get the 1070 Ti. Only if you are on an extremely tight budget, then get the 1080 LOL
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  2. TheTerminator8 said:
    Just get the 1070 Ti. Only if you are on an extremely tight budget, then get the 1080 LOL


    I don't understand what You mean by that...? 1080 is more expensive than 1070Ti. But we're talking about neglectable price difference here (10-20€ doesn't mean much when we're talking about GPUs which cost arround 560€).
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  3. You get access to more CUDA cores as you go up, the only slight wrinkle is that all 1070 TIs are shipping with the same base/boost clock rates (meaning you'd have to manually adjust more to get the same headroom as aftermarket cards automatically provide for the other two).

    See this chart: http://cryptomining-blog.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1070-ti-specs.jpg

    So I'd say if they're all similar price at this point, don't go for the regular 1070. 1070 Ti and 1080 are very very close, but for me it would probably worth it to get the 1080 and get the benefit of higher base clocks from an aftermarket board (and slightly more CUDA cores), as well as a bit faster memory. Ultimately I don't think the 1070 Ti is quite cheap enough (yet) for where it's at in the lineup, and it sounds like these are all gonna be quite expensive for you anyway so there may be less difference between them than we'd see in the US. It's hard for me to say exactly though without knowing the current EU prices better.
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  4. 0v3rl0rd said:
    TheTerminator8 said:
    Just get the 1070 Ti. Only if you are on an extremely tight budget, then get the 1080 LOL


    I don't understand what You mean by that...? 1080 is more expensive than 1070Ti. But we're talking about neglectable price difference here (10-20€ doesn't mean much when we're talking about GPUs which cost arround 560€).


    Sorry, got carried away talking about the Founder's Editions. Just get the 1070 Ti, then. Spend the extra $50 (USD)
    Reply to TheTerminator8
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