Power & Temps
Temperature wise, our EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti FTW2 GAMING was running at nothing over 60C with the fans at 100%. If we dipped the fans to 70-80%, the temperatures would only rise a few percentage points up to somewhere in the 63-65C range.
Power consumption topped out at 315W in our testing of Metro Last Light Redux at 2560x1440, while Heaven and 3DMark testing at 1440p saw power consumption for our entire 7700K/GIGABYTE Z270 GAMING 7 testbed hover between 275W and 315W.
Damn good if you ask me, especially given the performance increase from the OC being a great chunk of free performance.
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