Final Thoughts and Conclusions
So let’s see if our opinions are similar on this card.
- Tons of ports to fit almost any monitor
- Great performance
- Supports 3 x 4K displays
- Supports 4 monitors Simultaneously
- G-Sync Support
- Supports DX12
- 0DB Fan Operation
- Aluminum Backplate (For Better Cooling)
- Adjustable RGB LED
- RGB LED’s seem a little gimmicky, not a bad thing though
- Dual BIOS support
- VR Ready
- Supports 7680×4320 8K Super UHD
- Supports GameStream
- Includes 8 Pin Adapters
- Does not include any display adapters
- Could be important for people that have 2 x DVI Monitors, 3 x HDMI Monitors, 3 x DP monitors, etc…
While the con is a biggy, I can’t say anything bad about this card, aside from the price but considering its performance is a notch above the rest, it can’t be beat. Its next competitor over is the 1080 which can be double the price, the price of the 1070 in comparison is decent.
EVGA did a great job with the card, keeping it extremely quiet, beautiful (yet gimmicky) RGB LED’s, industrial yet elegant looking with amazing performance, this card is a keeper. With all of this, I am forced yet pleased to give this card our Editor’s Choice award.