Two different versions
Nvidia has piqued a lot of interest by teasing the new Titan Xp Collector's Edition but it appears that this is only a tribute to Star Wars as it will be available in the Jedi Order and the Galactic Empire version with standard clocks.
Brief video teaser gives birth to speculation
Nvidia has released a rather enigmatic and short video teaser with a brief glimpse at the Titan X Collector’s Edition sign on the shroud.
Review Roundup: Radeon RX Vega 56 or GTX 1080 killer?
Nvidia has lifted the NDA veil from its Geforce GTX 1070 Ti and reviews from the usual suspects have gone live, giving us a clear picture of the actual real world performance.
Workaround for their custom versions
While some partners have a luxury of built-in profiles in their overclocking utilities to work around Nvidia's weird factory overclocking restriction on the GTX 1070 Ti, Zotac was not so lucky and had to look for a different path, one with manual profiles.
Shortly after Geforce 388.10 Hotfix
Shortly after it published the Geforce 388.10 Hotfix driver, Nvidia has also released the Geforce 388.13 WHQL driver which brings support for the GTX 1070 Ti graphics card and is also a Game Ready driver with optimizations for Call of Duty: WWII, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, Need for Speed Payback and Nioh: Complete Edition.
Morgan Stanley dishes the dirt
Analysts at Morgan Stanley think that the stock price of AMD is too high and have issued a warning that it could fall as far as $8 per share.
One way or the other
By now, it is obvious that Nvidia has placed a block on GTX 1070 Ti factory-overclocking for its partners, but it appears that partners are finding different solutions to get their factory-overclocked versions to the market, one way or another.
AMP!, AMP! Extreme and Mini versions pictured
It appears that at least some partners will be making factory-overclocked versions of the upcoming GTX 1070 Ti graphics card and according to leaked pictures, Zotac will be one of them with AMP!, AMP! Extreme and Mini versions.
But forget about the cryptocurrency miners
Nvidia chief executive Jensen Huang said artificial intelligence would enable fully automated cars within four years, but played down a demand for its chips from cryptocurrency miners.